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RMH-01 The Final Curtain

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Over dinner, a friendly face asks you to venture to Emherst, a quirky village in Kartakass, in
search of a missing person. No sooner do you arrive, than villagers start winding up dead. Who is behind the murders?

The second in the Ravenloft: Mist Hunters series of adventures.
An adventure for 3rd-level characters.

CONTENT WARNING: Murder, death by suffocation and poisoning, fire, gore and mutilation, performance anxiety, forced into a role, manipulation (gaslighting), drug and alcohol use


Reference the Mist Hunters’ Safety Kit article and Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft for tips and tools on running a safe and fun game.

The order of the Misthunters Series:

RMH-EP-01 The Grand Masquerade

RMH-01 Curtain Call

RMH-02 Back to the Front

RMH-03 The Amber Dirge

RMH-04 The Amber Secret

RMH-05 Unexpected Hospitality

RMH-06 Amber Reclamation

RMH-07 The City of Dreams

RMH-08 The Palace of Bones

RMH-09 Deadliest Game

RMH-10 The Scion of Darkness

RMH-11 Calling Upon the Dead

RMH-12 Beneath the New Star

RMH-EP-02 A Dark Lord's Denouement

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Rachel C July 02, 2022 12:30 am UTC
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A lot of money for not having a printer friendly version.
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Cameron E December 16, 2021 1:37 pm UTC
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Hello, I recently purchased this, Is there able to be a printer friendly version of these modules? The only available version would use a lot of ink.
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Mark W November 01, 2021 5:06 pm UTC
This was an interesting adventure, but for me it really highlighted how poorly-suited 5E is for running investigative scenarios. The setting itself was delightful. Ermherst is an interesting little town populated with quirky (albeit very confusingly-named) NPCs. There are lots of opportunities for interesting freeform roleplay -- when you set aside your character sheet and just chat in-character. It's when you pick up your dice and get to the actual gameplay that things start to fall apart.

I haven't read the module, but I've played through it with my local AL group. This was my first Mist Hunters experience, and I’m sorry to say I’m not particularly inclined play more adventures in the series. It was a bold move for AL to break from the standard format of “you meet in a tavern, fight some random monsters, and call it a day”, and I applaud the authors' creativity. Investigating mysteries in a roleplaying game can be a ton of fun, and I was really hoping Mist Hunters could pull it off –...See more
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Casper K September 29, 2021 1:10 pm UTC
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I am not allowed to review this, so I'll add my comments here instead.
I have nothing bad to say about this module. Well, it's tricky to keep track of the NPCs with similar names and letters, and their relationship to eachother but a drawing helps with that.
Now the good things. Everything else. Everything!

We played this - in person - immediately after playing RMHEP-01, and I - the DM - was blessed with the best party every! Picked the right player for the .. ahm .. significant part, and they caught on immediately! The rest of the party slowly caught wind of what was going on, and we had the most fun session I have had in years! Yes, this session saved my AL DMing!

Thank you, Greg (and Travis) for this chapter in the story. It is utterly hilarious - and slightly scary - to both play and DM :)

100 stars from me! Share them between the two of you! :)
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Casper K September 29, 2021 1:11 pm UTC
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(I'm not allowed to review modules as I have a Publisher account and I cannot revert it :))
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Miguel Luis D September 10, 2021 7:21 am UTC
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The second in the Ravenloft: Mist Hunters series of adventures.

What is the first one?
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Gregory M September 10, 2021 7:18 pm UTC
https://www.dmsguild.com/product/367294/RMHEP01-The-Grand-Masquerade
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Richard S December 08, 2021 8:39 pm UTC
Maybe have a list in the description of the adventures?
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Jeremey A September 05, 2021 3:11 pm UTC
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How did we not learn our lesson from Season 8 and unprintable PDFs? Printer Friendly Versions do not take that much extra work and at 2X the price point should have a printer friendly option. What's even more sad about this is that we know that printer friendly editions exist because we know layout isn't done for convention premiers so they're using printer friendly versions. This is an obvious miss.

Further, I'm really confused, I thought character levels and adventure numbers were going to be in sync for every adventure in this campaign yet the first adventure is still written for APL 3?
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Gregory M September 06, 2021 6:38 pm UTC
The first adventure in the series is for 1st-level characters is the epic (RMH-EP-01 The Grand Masquerade) and which has rules for playing as a single table at home so no one misses out. It takes characters from 1st to 3rd-level. Also note the rules for the Ravenloft campaign are similar to the old 3.5e Campaign style adventures (LGR, MoH, XE...) and your PC is the level of the mod you play, regardless of the order you play and whether that makes you level up or down.
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Stephen M August 19, 2021 2:40 am UTC
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So, my only grief with the RMH content so far: where are the maps? Specifically, where are the maps as digital artifacts in the bundles to use on virtual table tops?
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Martin H September 21, 2021 4:10 pm UTC
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I played this adventure at GenCon and I thought it was fantastic. The DM had a map of Emherst that he used. I wanted to run this for my home group but can't find the map anywhere. Does anyone have it?
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Michael P August 14, 2021 5:52 pm UTC
WoTC is losing a store that runs AL every weekend because they added things that were not needed (over art and layout heavy) and way over priced the modules. These are 4 hour modules being run for strangers in a store or convention. $150 for the season plus a huge printing fee? No thank you.
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Aaron S August 14, 2021 12:12 am UTC
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There's a typo on page 12, it says "By the time the fire is put out, Zagia's body has been burned..." I believe it should say "Angeleia's body has been burned"

So far this looks like a lot of fun, hoping to run it this weekend
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Michael B August 12, 2021 8:11 am UTC
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No ratings? No reviews? Surely it can't be that bad! :-) Please give some feedback purchasers!

PS: The "Mist Hunters’ Safety Kit article" anchor link doesn't actual link to any article.
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DDAL Admin T August 12, 2021 12:42 pm UTC
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Found and fixed, thank you!
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Michael B August 14, 2021 2:47 am UTC
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Actually it was fixed and worked, but now the link is gone again.

For anyone bothering to read comments it's: https://yawningportal.dnd.wizards.com/blog/mist-hunters-safety-kit
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William S August 21, 2021 2:26 am UTC
The issue is probably that yawningportal isn't on DMsGuild's white list for hyper links.
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