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Shadows of the Last War

by Keith Baker

Series: Eberron RPG (WTC 864100000), Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Edition (WTC 864100000)

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The first adventure for the brand new Eberron campaign setting. This full-length adventure for the newest D&Dreg; campaign setting is designed to showcase many of the most unique traits of the Eberron setting. It will play out across the entire face of the Eberron realm and is designed to either be a stand-alone adventure or an immediate follow-up to the short adventure provided in the Eberron Campaign Setting™.… (more)

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'Shadows of the Last War' picks up where 'The Forgotten Forge' leaves off in the 'Eberron Campaign Setting'. The adventurers, in the employ of the mysterious Lady Elaydren (now promoted to heir d'Cannith status), must leave Sharn in a hurry to find the location of a hidden House Cannith research facility.

The adventure covers a lot of ground and the maps were a lot of fun to play through, though my players may not have agreed every time. There are a few logic gaps that I didn't notice in my read-throughs but my players found out right away. What good are you wolves, what good are you?.

Specific information on traveling in the Mournland is readily available in 'The Explorer's Handbook' and 'Five Nations', but not in the adventure itself.

The encounters were either under or overpowered. If the Emerald Claw hadn't consistently rolled badly, no one would have walked out alive. Still fun though, looking forward to the set pieces in the next adventure.

Next: 'Whispers of the Vampire's Blade' ( )
  ManWithAnAgenda | Feb 18, 2019 |
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The first adventure for the brand new Eberron campaign setting. This full-length adventure for the newest D&Dreg; campaign setting is designed to showcase many of the most unique traits of the Eberron setting. It will play out across the entire face of the Eberron realm and is designed to either be a stand-alone adventure or an immediate follow-up to the short adventure provided in the Eberron Campaign Setting™.

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This is the first stand alone adventure published for the Eberron campaign setting. It is for 2nd level characters, and is intended to follow on from The Forgotten Forge, the adventure in the Eberron Campaign Setting book.

As in The Forgotten Forge, the adventurers are hired by a member of House Cannith to find an ancient schema, in this case the second of the set of four. Whereas recovering the first schema involved a relatively straightforward visit to Sharn's undercity, this adventure involves visits to Sharn, Darguun and then the Mournland.
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