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Curse of the Aldani

Curse of the Aldani

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Far from the safety of Port Nyanzaru is the homeland of the cursed aldani people. Known only from legends, the lobsterfolk are descendants of the aldani tribe who invoked the wrath of Ubtao. Now these people hide in the lakes and rivers of the Aldani Basin hidden from civilization. One aldani has discovered means to lift the curse and restore her people’s humanity, but threats within stand to doom the aldani to be cursed forever and the mindless undead creep ever closer.

This supplement to Tomb of Annihilation expands on the location the Aldani Basin from Chapter 2: The Land of Chult. It is meant to make this location more exciting and manageable for both the DM and the players. The document includes:

  • (5) Battlemaps, providing a tactical encounter experience within the Aldani Basin.
  • A New Location, Nephropia, providing characters a fun way to interact with some aldani.
  • New Flora, see how your characters make tactical use of ling nuts, the natural water caltrops.
  • Adventure Hooks, tailored to give a natural start to the adventure in your Tomb of Annihilation game.
  • Expanded History & Lore, which elaborates on the history and culture of the aldani people who live in the Aldani Basin.

This supplement assumes a party of 4–6 characters of 3–4th level. More powerful parties will have an easier time with the challenges within. Expect 4-6 hours of play time in addition to what is already presented in Tomb of Annihilation.

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Kyle T August 07, 2020 1:21 am UTC
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This may be a dumb-dumb question, but I purchased this module but the maps won't import to my roll20 library. It may be my lack of tech know-how, but is there some kind of formatting I have to do before it will import? The token for the Aldani Shaman imported fine.
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Daniel K August 07, 2020 1:37 am UTC
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Hey there. I had thought that Roll20 let folks upload files as large at 10 MB, but that appears to only be paid users. It looks like free users can only upload files up to 5 MB.

I have added a second set of the five maps at a lower resolution so that they're all under 5 MB. You should be able to download the update for free from this page. Please let me know if that fixes the problem!

If you run into this problem with other maps you can try any of these: If you use a Mac, you can edit file sizes in the Preview app by going to Tools - Adjust Size and picking a lower resolution. On Windows you may be able to open the image in Paint and manually shrink it a bit with the same aspect ratio (I'm not a windows user). You can also check if there are websites that do it for you.
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Kyle T August 07, 2020 10:45 am UTC
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Thanks for the quick reply. I'll download those smaller maps tonight and try and upload them.
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