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Return to Where the Forgotten Realms Began!

The Moonshae Isles, beautiful and dangerous, provide adventurers the opportunity to fight evil — and uncover ancient secrets and treasures. When a mysterious figure predicts a grave future
for you, it triggers an Isles-spanning adventure full of intrigue, fun, and danger!

MOON 2-3 THe Eye in the Mist is the finale of our first trilgoy in our exciting new D&D Adventurers League campaign – Rising Shadows. The events at Dynnegall revealed evidence that a new threat to fey and Ffolk may have emerged on Moray. The ties to prophecy are too strong to ignore. If true, every moment is critical. The Earthmother herself shudders as attention turns to the Eye in the Mist, a moonwell in the forest of Moray’s eastern coast. A 4-Hour Adventure for 1st-4th Level Characters

Interested in our campaign guide full of history, culture, player options, backgrounds, and some really sweet maps?  We can do that – Moonshae Isles Regional Guide

About Baldman Games

Baldman Games are gamers, DMs, and writers, who love D&D. We’ve been running shows since 2001 starting with small regional shows in NE Ohio (All Americon & MVC) and grew quickly to adding Origins in 2004 and Winter Fantasy/DDXP & Gencon in 2005. We added organized play to our plate in 2011 with Ashes of Athas – our in-house Dark Sun campaign. In 2014 we added PAX Prime to our plate and have expanded upon that in 2015. And in 2018, we introduced Season of the Rising Shadows for the Adventurer’s League, a series of adventurers set in the Moonshae Islands.

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Christopher B January 09, 2020 6:34 pm UTC
Is this series designed to be one long adventure. I have MOON 1-1 and am looking to run it then follow up with MOON 2-(1-3), but they all seem to be for max CL of 4. Really like the setting from the Regional Guide and running a longer term campaign based on these is prettying fun idea.
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David C January 19, 2020 3:14 am UTC
Yes. These are written for D&D AL and Tier One which is level 1-4. So play Moon 1-1 and Moon 2-(1-3) and you should be 5th level (depending on now you level). The Moon 3 Trilogy is then written for level 5-10.
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Steven D July 26, 2019 8:44 pm UTC
Cool setting, good RP opportunities. The trials for the party were varied and interesting. A puzzle, a short combat, and a task with setbacks to overcome. There was also a nice fight concluding this trilogy. I really like the mechanic of having multiple sources of lair actions, some hurtful and some helpful to the party. It was a big moment at the table when the players realized what was happening. My only complaints are with the mix of creatures for the party to fight. I felt this installment really ignored its origins with lycanthropes, making my players who'd spent GP on silvering their weapons after MOON 2-1 feel silly. However I understand the reasoning behind that decision as several players at my table hadn't played 2-1 that morning. On the other hand, the big bad could bring skulks into the fight, but if the players hadn't done MOON 2-2, they would be in serious trouble. I doubt that, in the middle of the final fight, players would have been able to discover the secret to the skulks to neutralize their...See more
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John G July 23, 2019 10:04 pm UTC
I ran this at a con so I did not purchase but just wanted to say that the whole trilogy is quite good but this module is my favorite. Memorable NPC, some good humor, challenging puzzles, challenging (but not lethal) combats. Players I ran it for all seemed to have a blast. You know that challenge level is right when the players are like "we can't possibly do this" but then they do. Super well done.
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Kyle G April 15, 2019 2:12 pm UTC
I'm looking for more in this series. I found on the Baldman Games website (specifically that there are addition entries (MOON 7-1,2,3, 8-1,2,3, and 10-1,2,3). Are these going to be added to the DMs Guild, or am I just terrible at finding them?
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David C April 15, 2019 8:51 pm UTC
There are more. Lots more. Some have premiered, some are yet to premiere, and some are in final editing/layout right now. MOON 3 and MOON 4 trilogies are next up in the queue and MOON 3 is really close to being done.
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