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Truly, Madly, Deeply-Module 02
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Travis L. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/10/2018 01:15:07

This adventure is the third installment of a series designed to introduce the players to D&D. Building on previous events, this module opens with the characters heading to their induction into the Harpers. Along the way, the characters encounter a dark faction in and around a small village along their route. From there the module covers exploration, combat and roleplaying, permitting the characters to unravel the villainous plot. If all goes well, the characters end the story becoming full members of the Harpers and selecting their class archetypes.

While the adventure is interesting and largely balanced, there are a few typos that detract from this otherwise amazing module



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Truly, Madly, Deeply-Module 02
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Peter W. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/06/2016 22:07:10

I am currently running a group of 6 level 3 adventurers through a modified version of this module. I feel like this might be the perfect set up for a Harper test. It has weak and inocent people that need defense against powerful entities, if you are loose with it, it has lots of opportunities for the players to flip things on your head. Most important, it has lots of oportunity to settle things with role play, not just combat. Only one of my PCs is joining the Harpers, her friends are just helping on the test, but you could do it with a full party testing too. For us, it is a side quest between Baldur's Gate, and Cormyr so we stopped in Berdusk, and the Harpers sent us on to this town for a "fact finding mission" You can get into it however you want. I also added some cult members who are devoted to Giles, but dont know of his nefarious deeds, to add a level of intigue, they might defend him if there is a frontal assault, but they are in fact innocents themselves.



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