The adventure was a treasure trove of actionable information. The factions, map, characters had plenty of personality without restricting options for the GM or players. Really love adventures like this that don't force a specific story. So many have a illogical yet linear story.
It could stand to have more resources for the players to find and interact with, but everything presented was useful. I'd happily recommend this to any GM somewhat comfortable with improv.
Just finished GMing this adventure with my group and it was a blast. The premise of the story is really engaging and the final encounter is truly epic. It can be played in a long session or two shorter sessions. Really recommended.
Una razza divertente e particolarmente adatta ad ambientazioni un pò "Horror"!!
Con il mio gruppo abbiamo giocato una serie di piccole avventure ambientate nella Patria dei ghintas ispirandoci al materiale visto per Barovia e TCoS ed il risultato è stato fantastico!!!
This publication has two major virtues – creative content and lovely formatting and tech editing. As mechanics for a Feywild campaign, either as a shopping session or a standing resource for players, this publication provides a HIGHLY creative way to get unusual items (including potential question items) into the character’s hands. The next time I run a campaign set in the Feywild I will definitely use this as a resource and keep an eye out for further publications from this author on the DM’s Guild website.
For reference, this review is updated from 5/19/22, which was based purely on the previous price, which has since been updated. See “Discussion” for more information. Thank you again to the DM’s Guild Customer Service for their prompt response and resolution.
This is an excellent book bundle. i'm very pleased with the encyclopedia as it details just about anything you would want to know about a land (population, plant and animal life, geology, etc., etc.,. For those looking to find a "One-Stop Shop" for Ravenloft information from all editions. this is your book!
I am a big fan of sources like this which fit a dungeon onto one page, and I especailly like the dungeons which were desgined. They are simple to use and the monsters seleceted/made all fit perfectly with the the dungeons.
Although I did like the old school layout I did think it could have been finessed abit more to better fit in the information of the dungeon, and the monsters. Having the monsters on the same page would be even better. Like wise a bit more fleshing out of the narratives would have made this perfect, but there was enough for me to easily build into. Will be running one of these in my next session....
I personally LOVE giving my party characters that aren't who they appear and intentially mislead or steer them in wrong directions. Then comes along the 'Impostor Syndrome' encounter that hits you with a double whammy! It's a great plot hook that went on longer than I expected, which gave me way too much joy when the big reveal happened.