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Peren, a guildless Devkarin collector of obscure relics has gone missing. The elf of shadow is in deep debt to the Orzhov as well as to the Rakdos performer, Ophyira. To discover Peren’s fate the party must descend into the Undercity of District Four, within the territory of the Golgari Swarm.

The Felicity Triskelion is a 2-hour Guildmasters' Guide to Ravnica adventure for 3rd-4th level characters. Continuing the Secrets of the Triskelion campaign which began with Off to a Weird Start, and picking up where The Palace of Pain’s Pleasures left off, this adventure is designed to be part of an ongoing campaign. For Dungeon Masters who wish to incorporate The Felicity Triskelion independently from the ongoing story, 10 Adventure Hooks (one for each guild) are included, giving The Felicity Triskelion flexibility for one-shot play or for inclusion in your own campaign!

The Felicity Triskelion contains:

  • A new location beneath the streets of Precinct Four.
  • A new NPC antagonist (or contact), Kakerlake, the kraul death priest in charge of the Brobourg neighborhood.
  • Two new monsters, including the undercity necrolisk and a mysterious, mutated Horror!
  • A new Artifact, which might change the face of Ravnica forever: The Felicity Triskelion.

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Paul B April 26, 2019 8:04 am UTC
So I just finished running this and...oh boy. The boss encounter was certainly something, especially since I decided to spice things up by making it semi-legendary (2 LAs and 2 uses of LR) which made for an effective fight where the PCs had to be strategic about fighting it rather than locking it down due to its abysmal Intelligence score. The party fighter got close to death a couple times, but the party eventually reigned victorious (and the bard even dealt the finishing blow with the toot of his horn!)

That said, the mandatory arresting aspect ended up (predictably) irking my players. Is there perhaps a suggested alternative for other DMs to use in case they'd rather take a different path?
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Travis L April 26, 2019 11:19 am UTC
The next chapter of the story, Assault on Precinct Four, relies on the party being in custody. Having said that, the information the party learns in that adventure could easily be passed along through other means, such as one of the NPCs from a previous adventure or a guild contact of one of the PCs.

The arrest is not mandatory, but deviating from that plot point will require some work on the DMs part.
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William D March 04, 2019 12:39 am UTC
I ran the palace of pain's pleasure and my players loved it! I can't wait to run this one and then the 4th one. These are great
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Travis L March 04, 2019 12:49 am UTC
Thank you so much! Glad to hear you have enjoyed it! Expect part 4 soon!

Please be sure to leave ratings and reviews!
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Ian S February 13, 2019 5:08 am UTC
Is it just me or does Rogad seem way too strong for a party of 3rd level party. Maybe not for a 4th level party. Or does this assume that the Kraul are lending their aid?
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Travis L February 13, 2019 5:36 am UTC
The encounter is meant to be very challenging (it is, after all, the climax of the story.) A 3rd level party will have quite a bit of trouble, but if they play it smart and tactical (or get the help of the Kraul, or the other denizens of the neighborhood) they should prevail. There are also a number of environmental situations in the area that a quick-thinking party should be able to use to their advantage in such a confrontation.

Running is also a perfectly valid option. Some fights, you are just not ready for.
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Paul B January 25, 2019 6:55 am UTC
Any estimation when part 4 will be out?
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Travis L January 25, 2019 8:13 am UTC
aiming for late february
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Paul B January 25, 2019 6:11 pm UTC
I am curious though... Which guild do you think that part would be 'affiliated' with (like how these past three parts were Izzet, Rakdos, and Golgari respectively)? Based on the ending, I would think Azorius, but the title of part 4 evokes Boros.
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Travis L January 25, 2019 6:59 pm UTC
The Azorius and the Gruul will be heavily involved in the next chapter.
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Andrew S January 19, 2019 12:49 am UTC
I'm planning on running this for my party, but there is one thing I am unsure of. How can the party get in or out of the neighbourhood if its a vertical drop down?
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Travis L January 19, 2019 5:43 am UTC
They will have to figure out a way to climb down, try to jump down, utilize magic they may have at their disposal, or convince the residents to take them up or down.
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Victor S January 10, 2019 11:22 pm UTC
OMG yes, I have been checking daily for the third part lol!!!
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Travis L January 11, 2019 1:29 am UTC
<3 Thank you!

I look forward to your thoughts!!

- Travis
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