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Rime of the Frostmaiden Companion 1: Ten Towns

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From the author of the best-selling Dungeon of the Mad Mage Companion:

Everything You Need to Run Rime of the Frostmaiden and More!

The Rime of the Frostmaiden Companion is your one-stop supplement to enhance your campaign. This supplement includes:

  • DM Notes. Notes including but not limited to spicing up the region with valuable roleplay with select NPCs.
  • Sample Plotline. The Companion provides a sample plotline for your campaign's first session, including advice on which town to start it.
  • Scaling Difficulty. If your party doesn't fit the mold, look no further. The Companion provides details on how to expand or reduce an encounter's difficulty. Say goodbye to the CR 6 frost giant skeleton in Easthaven's quest.
  • Expanded Ten Towns. Each town is further detailed with a new or enhanced locations, as well as how they approach their sacrifices to Auril. Every town is also personified with an ideal, bond, and flaw—and yes, the bond of Dougan's Hole is "Family first."
  • Areas of Note. Notes, room descriptions, scenes, and scripts for the various areas of the adventure.
  • Magic Item Descriptions. Save yourself the time of digging through the Dungeon Master's Guide to determine how the magic items in this chapter work. The appendix also lists the area the item is found.
  • Monster Stats. Time is precious, and matters all the more in combat. Appendix B has the statistics for the NPCs used in this chapter!
  • Effects. From charms to traps to brown mold, say goodbye to leafing through the Dungeon Master's Guide for an effect.

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Daniel G October 05, 2020 4:08 am UTC
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Did you update this PDF? I went to download it again and it's 4 pages shorter than when I first downloaded it and the sections with statblocks display sentences on top of the statblocks. For example, on page 34 it says "The creatures below are present in this chapter, with the following creatures' statistics found in Appendix C of the Rime of the Frostmaid:" and this sentence appears over the Assassin statblock.
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Christopher B October 05, 2020 9:09 am UTC
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On the changelog, there is a note the author revised the bestiary appendix to comply with the DMsGuild's license requirements. The DMG license prohibits the use of intellectual property belonging to third-parties who partner with WOTC, so it could be the creatures/NPCs that were removed and are now only referenced belong to third-parties, or some other license restriction may have applied. In any event, the material had to be removed.
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Wyatt T September 22, 2020 2:25 am UTC
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