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SJ-DC-ECHO-01 Starfall


Githyanki pirates have raided the Hesperides Temple and made off with a sacred relic. Can you retrieve the lost item before time runs out?

A Two-Hour Adventure for Tier 3 Characters. Optimized for APL 13.

Content warning: Death (fire), possible phobia trigger (spiders)

Wildspace system: Echo

This product includes:

  • Adventure PDF
  • Map Pack - Standard and Printer Friendly versions included

About the author: 

SJ-DC-ECHO-01 Starfall is Mike Arrow's second written adventure! Mike has been a D&D player and DM since 2018. He is passionate about writing action packed, high octane adventures with a focus on combat and mechanical crunch.

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Axel R October 31, 2022 9:15 pm UTC
I'm pretty sure the flintlock pistol and smokepowder will generate a lot of questions from other DMs so I just wanted to make sure if it's really alright for one adventurer to keep it. I had my players roll a d100 to know who keeps it. I just want to cover all bases.
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Mike A November 02, 2022 8:22 pm UTC
Hi Axel. To clarify, the pistol is treated as mundane treasure and does not duplicate.

Dungeoncraft_Spelljammer_v1.2 states: "Firearms. You can include a mundane pistol or musket as treasure or as equipment on NPCs (which the characters can keep). These are not magical items. The value of the firearm is included in the adventuring gear budget discussed above."

Also: "Only one consumable per adventure can be smokepowder (Which is awarded in a packet of five shots and includes bullets. While the bullets are not magical, in this instance they are included with the smokepowder. To simplify accounting deduct 6 gp (the cost of 20 bullets) from the portable item budget explained below when awarding this consumable.)."

Hope this helps!
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Axel R November 03, 2022 1:56 am UTC
Thank you very much for the clarification!
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