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Yearning to Breathe Free FREE RPGDAY PREVIEW


Yearning to Breathe Free is a Dungeons and Dragons campaign for characters of levels 5-15.

The Yearning to Breathe Free FREE RPGDAY PREVIEW gives a basic overview of the central plot of Yearning to Breathe Free and details the nascent settlement of Camp Brimstone, which is home to the Order of the Hellfire Hearth, an order of paladins dedicated to building a homeland for the tiefling people.

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Byron H June 19, 2018 10:09 pm UTC
Any Lord of the North that supported allowing an organized and armed community, much less the foundations of a fortress, to sprout up within their lands or right on their borders should be hung for incompetence and/or stupidity. The lone exception would be if the community itself was in alliance/debt to the Lord and could be used as a buffer between them and a neighbor of questionable good will. Buffers are always useful, as long as they can be controlled.

The apparent preconception that "tieflings are just great folks" that seems to inundate the preview ("there are some exceptions, as some small and remote villages celebrate their heroic tiefling residents"--"heroic" seems a bit grandiose...) hopefully will show something to validate it in the full campaign.
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Travis L June 19, 2018 11:49 pm UTC
The alliances and rivalries, political opponents and ramifications of Camp Brimstone are well detailed within the campaign. Needless to say, there are potent forces within and allied with the fledgling tiefling settlement.

As to the overall perceptions of tieflings, this preview largely focuses on the Camp Brimstone perspective. Other viewpoints are certainly explored within the campaign proper.
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Rick U June 17, 2018 2:45 am UTC
If I were a tiefling in Faerun, and the cooperation and good will of our allies and other groups is important, I'd be arguing against naming places and organisations that add to the stereotype. Order of the Hellfire Hearth, Camp Brimstone, Fort Hellfire would be targets for name changes. And they probably will if/when I play this. I like the concept and will likely be a buyer of this campaign.
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Travis L June 17, 2018 11:17 am UTC
Thank you very much! I think you touch on an interesting aspect of the themes within the campaign that could lead to some very rich storytelling opportunities. There will doubtlessly be those among the tieflings who would want to take a similar approach. Others within the community might take an opposing stance, arguing for a sense of pride in what it means to be a tiefling. The internal politics and policies of the tiefling settlement could be the basis for several stories within or beyond the structure of the campaign as presented. I would love to hear how that plays out at your table!
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