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Fallen Angel (5e)
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/31/2019 17:01:07

I was working on converting this very adventure when I came aross this! Saved me a ton of work, and did a better job than I could. I love the little extra additions too. Should make this a fun adventure for my new group!



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Fallen Angel (5e)
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Mark N. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/15/2018 12:39:33

I had been wanting to run Fallen Angel in 5th edition and I was aware that Laura had been working on a conversion of the module so I reached out for help. As luck happened, my group hit the correct level right as her conversion was ready to be tested.

My group enjoyed the story and Laura's conversion allowed for some interesting roleplay opportunities not found in the original. My group tends to avoid fights when they can, but the combats they engaged in felt balanced, with the party coming through but certainly feeling a challenge at times.

I want to call out that Laura doesn't just do a straight conversion. She actually addds a lot of flavor and possible plot hooks that help a DM flesh out the encounter or things of ways to take the story next, as well as mentioning other DMs Guild modules that could be used to help keep the PCs linked to the NPCs in the party.



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Fallen Angel (5e)
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Patrick D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/15/2018 11:51:48
First off it is important to note THIS TITLE REQUIRES THE ORIGINAL ADVENTURE FROM THE PAGES OF DUNGEON TO RUN THIS CONVERSION

That out of the way this is a fantastic edition conversion of a great adventure written by Eberron setting creator Keith Baker.

The conversion here written by Laura does a wonderful job updating this treasure of an adventure from the gone, but not forgotten Dungeon Magazine. Not only do you get encounter by encounter conversions to so you can jump in and run this classic Eberron adventure in 5th edition, there are notes from someone who has run and clearly loves this adventure on how to expand it's scope beyond the base adventure.

I particularly like the conversion done to the memelith. An original monster created for this adventure back in 3.5, it adds a twist to the encounter that is pretty brilliant.



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