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Sharn Schema Scandal: An Eberron Conversion for Waterdeep Dragon Heist
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Sharn Schema Scandal: An Eberron Conversion for Waterdeep Dragon Heist


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Take the swashbuckling adventure of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist to Eberron's City of Towers! Sharn Schema Scandal reimagines this 5E adventure to take your adventurers on a sky-scraping, depth-plumbing campaign through Sharn. Square off against Sharn's four largest crime syndicates--the Boromar Clan, Daask, House Tarkanan, and the Tyrants--as you search to find what legendary House Cannith creation has been lost in an ancient Dhakaani vault in the ruins of Old Sharn!


Pit yourselves against the cunning Boromar Clan, the brutal Daask mob, the vengeant House Tarkanan, and the elusive Tyrants! Each villain is featured in this campaign but one will end up being the adventurers' greatest enemy.


Accomplished adventurers draw the eye of many of Sharn's wealthy guilds. Find allies in adventuring guilds, inquisitive agencies, newspaper agencies, and universities. Complete their assignments to earn powerful benefits within the city.


Not everyone can pay off their debts in time--pray you're not among them! Collectors stalk the alleys of Sharn to harass and even eliminate characters who bit off more than they could chew with some of Eberron's more ruthless groups.


To preserve the unique flavor of Sharn, new encounter chains take your adventurers to some of Sharn's most exotic places. Explore the Skyway, the Nightshade bar, the Cogs, dreamlily dens, and more with 20 new encounters based on spring, summer, autumn, and winter!

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Francesco V July 25, 2021 7:50 am UTC
In Chapter 4 we get 20 different encounters to be used to form an unique chain for each different season. But there is no diagram to explain how to arrange the sequence of encounters according to the season and main villain (I assume we should not use all of them, even because "unlike the original adventure, each encounter chain has its own unique encounters").

So, can you please explain how to arrange the 4 different encounter chain?
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Matt V July 29, 2021 8:17 pm UTC
Hello, and I apologize for the late response!

The encounters are arranged numerically by the order in which the "Summary" subheader beneath the Seasonal Encounter Chain details them. For example, encounters 1-5 are used for the Spring Encounter Chain, and the Summary explains the order of events. 6-10 are used for summer, 11-15 for autumn, and 16-20 for winter.
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Francesco V July 30, 2021 4:31 pm UTC
No reason to apologize, and thanks for your explanation, I really could not figure it out.
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Francesco V July 23, 2021 9:14 am UTC
Page 17: "Because of Morkos’s own dwarvish constitution [...]"

Because of DALAKHAR’s constitution, I suppose.
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Kaleton M June 24, 2021 5:52 pm UTC
Would it be possible to have a preview made available?
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Matt V June 25, 2021 10:36 pm UTC
A preview has been made!
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Kaleton M June 28, 2021 12:29 am UTC
Thank you~
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