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Escape from Riedra: An Across Eberron Adventure

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Riedra may be the land of your dreams, but the Eyes are always watching.

Journey to the distant empire of Riedra in this stand-alone Across Eberron adventure from the team that brought you the best-selling Convergence Manifesto adventure path and Eberronicon. This Tier 2 module is optimized for five 7th-level characters.

Adventure Summary:

A Riedran deserter has come to the adventurers with a simple request—save her lost love from the control of the Inspired and bring her safely back to Khorvaire. Player characters must navigate the sinister surveillance state, do battle with powerful psionic foes, and resist the creeping threat of psychic assimilation.

Far more than an adventure module, Escape from Riedra provides DMs and players with a bounty of tools to bring any Sarlonan adventure to life, including:

  • An introduction to the empire of Riedra and how it integrates psionics into daily life.
  • A new system for tracking the nefarious and ubiquitous psionic influence of the Inspired.
  • An extensive bestiary with thirteen new monsters for use in any campaign.
  • Racial traits for Chosen and eneko player characters.

About Us:

Across Eberron (www.acrosseberron.com) is an Eberron community project that aims to tell the stories and exploits of heroic characters in Eberron and introduce players—new and experienced—to the wonderful lore and rich history the setting has to offer.

Imogen Gingell (author) is a professional space nerd by day and RPG enthusiast by night. She began her journey into the worlds of D&D in the late nineties, and found her creative stride with the release of the Eberron campaign setting. She serves as co-host of the Manifest Zone podcast (along with Wayne Chang and setting creator Keith Baker), and survives the urban sprawl from her little corner of England, practicing her art, writing, and game design. Her DMsGuild work includes the platinum-bestselling School of Geometry, the electrum-bestselling Codex Siberys, and more.

Laura Hirsbrunner (editor) is a TTRPG editor and designer, wife to a paladin, and mother to two gibbering mouthlings. In her free time, she explores dungeons and slays daelkyr (because really, dragons aren't the bad guys). Her DMsGuild work includes the adamantine best-seller Exploring Eberron by Keith Baker, as well as Eberronicon, Archetypes of Eberron, and more.

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David P May 05, 2024 10:09 pm UTC
Are there any plans to do a Roll20 conversion?
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Jeff S September 03, 2023 6:55 pm UTC
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While I like not 'railroading' the adventure and letting the PCs make their own choices, I always like to mentally figure out at least some paths myself. With the players in Borutesh, they are free to explore but are always going to be under escort by the guards. There is a lot of information for them to gather, but it seems having the guards close by would prevent that. For me, it seems that even if they ditch the guards, being seen around Borutesh unguarded would draw unwanted attention and more/closer guard scrutiny.

In section "2. Shield Barracks" there is a Stealth check to avoid the guards, but it seems to be just avoiding the guards when infiltrating the barracks. Even if they ditch their own guards once, it seems that would draw the aforementioned more/closer guard scrutiny. Is this just solved with an ever-increasing DC?

How have other parties solved the issue of ditching the guards so they can explore Borutesh unhindered?
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Joseph M October 01, 2020 5:26 pm UTC
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Playtester here just want to say this was a *really* fun adventure!
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