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EB-EP-04 The Last War

EB-EP-04 The Last War


In this Epic event, the Lamannian Triune hurls the adventurers back in time on a mission to unlock the hidden secrets of the Oracle of War. In the blasted mud of the Cyran front line, the adventurers confront old enemies and new foes in a desperate mission to acquire the Oracle’s arcane codex before the rift pulls them back to the future! This four-hour Epic event is optimized for APL 20. Notes in the adventure allow for it to be used as a single-table event as well.

Welcome to the Oracle of War campaign, a new 20-part standalone story for the D&D Adventurers League! You can play this adventure as part of your own Eberron: Rising from the Last War campaign, or as part of the Oracle of War organized play campaign. While this campaign runs under the umbrella of the Adventurers League, it utilizes different rules. You can familiarize yourself with these unique campaign rules by checking out the Oracle of War Player's Guide and Oracle of War DM's Guide, found in the D&D Adventurers League Players Pack.

Find other adventures in the Oracle of War campaign here:

EB-01 The Night Land

EB-02 Voice in the Machine

EB-03 Where the Dead Wait

EB-04 The Third Protocol

EB-05 A Century of Ashes

EB-06 The Last Word

EB-07 Song of the Sky

EB-08 Parliament of Gears

EB-09 Lord Bucket

EB-10 Judgment of Iron

EB-11 My Undying Heart

EB-12 The Waiting Game

EB-13 Stonefire

EB-14 From Dust

EB-15 Dream Eater

EB-16 The Dragon Below

EB-17 The Final Tribute

EB-18 Scales of War

EB-19 Back to the Mud

EB-EP-01 The Iron Titan

EB-EP-02 Rolling Thunder

EB-EP-03 The Rising City

Oracle of War: Salvage Bases and Missions

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Elena S January 27, 2022 4:47 am UTC
I'm in the middle of running this for my group-- a player dug up the original letter which was found in the Oracle of War's drawer when it was found. A letter addressed to Rumeo, written by Gorth, referencing 'something going wrong' during the 2nd test. This seems to be referring to the bit of prophesy that was spouted when the party appeared in the past. My players are now obsessed with finding Gorth to figure out what happened.

1. Is this a mistake? Gorth doesn't seem to be here.
2. If 'Gorth' is supposed to be one of the operatives, but someone goofed on the name continuity-- why would he write a letter about an event that Rumeo witnessed as well?
3. Did an operative seriously write a letter, immediately after the prophesy being spouted, in the middle of the battle? Then whisk the OoW off to Rumeo to take to safety?

Any help resolving this would be greatly appreciated.
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Jeremy B January 27, 2022 7:26 pm UTC
I'm confused too. It feels like they accidentally took the sendee's name from that letter instead of the sender's name. My solution would be to replace Rumeo with Gorth, meaning that it is Gorth d'Cannith who leads the test team and whom the party needs to chase down in Part 3. And in this case, Gorth wrote the letter when stashing the Oracle, expecting to send it off to Rumeo, who may have operated in another city and acted as an assistant or intermediary to Sulring.
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Jay R January 21, 2022 8:43 pm UTC
Any ETA for EB-20? It was originally going to be November, then several dates in December....
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STEVEN R January 06, 2022 5:25 pm UTC
So... err is there a drop date for EB-20 Old Scores?
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Jeremy B January 13, 2022 7:14 pm UTC
I found the following update from Will's Twitter account (source:

"It'll be out later this month. All is looking good now, but there have been some delays!"
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EVGENII T December 13, 2021 12:35 am UTC
Are two of the three code words in Appendix B meant to be the same?
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Will D December 13, 2021 12:50 pm UTC
It's an error - Ira's code should be "Corvo"
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STEVEN R December 11, 2021 12:48 pm UTC
First skim through, interesting has Edge of Tomorrow vibe to it .
Major piece of puzzle about oracle finally revealed, and important character knowledge about Sulring (no spoilers from me!). I would have played his interactions with the PCs a bit differently knowing this way back when they first met him. I’d imagine he’d feel pretty guilty about his involvement , or turn on the PCs and work against them to hide his involvement per original protocols.
Looking forward to 20!
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Malcolm W December 10, 2021 1:02 am UTC
I have just bought and printed the epic. I have not started to read it yet but have a comment...Page numbers are your friend
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Jeremy B December 09, 2021 11:01 pm UTC
What's the correct timeline of events between Naori's original death, Irullan joining the Emerald Claw, and the flashback adventure in EB-05? Irullan professed in EB-11 that every crime and act she's done for the Emerald Claw was to find and resurrect Naori. But Irullan's acquisition of the crystal skull (as an Emerald Claw necromancer accompanied by 10 undead soldiers) is dated "Twelve years previous", which would predate the Day of Mourning (during which Naori is apparently still much alive) by about 8 years. Is this a continuity error, was Irullan simply lying in her EB-11 confession, or is there some other explanation?
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Will D December 11, 2021 12:40 pm UTC
This is unfortunately a continuity error. All references to "12 years previous" in EB-05 should be adjusted to "2 years previous". Well spotted, and apologies - we'll try to fix this in a future update.
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Jeremy B December 15, 2021 3:41 pm UTC
Will, if I'm not mistaken, I believe you will also need to rewrite EB-03's journal page (Handout 3). The 16 Olarune entry was written 3 days prior to another written entry, presumably before Curla Hurwinch also died on the Day of Mourning.
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Jeremy B December 08, 2021 8:00 pm UTC
This is great! A recurring time-loop adventure was always my second-biggest aspiration to run in a custom campaign! (And you covered my first-biggest aspiration in EB-18.) I can't wait to see what happens in EB-20!

One major open question I have, which I'm not sure can be answered here: How did some select characters appear to survive the Mourning, when everyone else within appears to have died during the event? Currently, there are at least two major NPCs who had disappeared, presumed dead, on the Day of Mourning, and yet were later found alive within the Mournland. As a DM, it's unclear to me whether all were really killed and these two survivors were actually just outside the boundaries when it happened and later brought into the Mournland, whether these two survived by some other magical means, or whether the Mourning has a more intermittent, <100% mortality rate that allowed for a small handful of survivors. The group I'm running includes a wizard who studied Chronurgy as a hope of rescuing...See more
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Will D December 09, 2021 1:42 pm UTC
Thanks, Jeremy! I hope you enjoy playing it and I can't wait for you to read the conclusion of the campaign in EB-20.

Regarding Mournland survivors, very few people are canonically supposed to have survived unless they escaped the cataclysm using magic, or managed to outrun the spreading mists. The Eberron: Rising from the Last War book has a few background flavour options that suggest characters did survive but were twisted somehow by the magic. For Oracle of War, most major NPCs who went missing on the day but are later found in the Mournland are presumed to have escaped Cyre, become lost in the chaos that immediately followed, and then been captured by renegade warforged (this applies specifically to Sulring Mroranon and Jara Blue). Aaren d'Cannith is presumed to have been shielded by the magic of the Lifespark Foundry. Hope that helps!
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Jeremy B December 09, 2021 6:34 pm UTC
That helps a ton. Thanks! I had reasonably presumed both Sulring and Jara were definitively in Cyre during the Mourning. If Sulring was actually elsewhere, then captured shortly after the Mourning, that's fine. But Jara's survival is still the most difficult for me to reconcile, given his punitive assignment to the vanguard on a battlefield in Cyre, where he was presumable killed (or captured). Is there more to his survival story to be revealed in EB-20, or am I just missing some simple context clues that make his escape from Cyre (and the Mourning) more believable?

And for the record, I just remembered my third and fourth-biggest ambitions for a custom Eberron campaign: finally take my players all the way through levels 1-20, and run an escort mission to rescue Jaela Daran from imminent danger and return her to safety back in Flamekeep (I had imagined a kidnapping scheme masterminded by one of the cardinals, leaving Jaela more vulnerable absent most of her power outside Flamekeep, but close enough!)....See more
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Sean T December 08, 2021 7:20 am UTC
Full colour, high res battle maps for this epic adventure can be found here:

Also, a bundle of maps for all Oracle of War epic events can be found here:
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Benjamin F December 23, 2021 1:04 am UTC
Hopefully I'm asking the right person, will there be a map bundle for the complete second year (including the epics) after EB-20 releases?
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Sean T December 24, 2021 7:24 pm UTC
There certainly will! The Year 2 bundle will include maps for episodes 11-20 and Epics 3&4. We'll also be releasing a complete Oracle of War bundle, compiling all content from years 1&2.
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Benjamin B January 01, 2022 7:36 pm UTC
Any idea on a timeline for the bundle release of the adventures? I'm planning to start this series soon and would prefer not to buy individually.
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Paul B December 07, 2021 11:32 pm UTC
Interesting, although I honestly would've preferred EB-20 at this point.
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