DL4 DRAGONS OF DESOLATION PDF

“Dragons of Desolation” is the fourth module in TSR’s “Dragonlance” series and ends the first third of the adventure. Tracy Hickman and Michael Dobson present . “Dragons of Desolation” is the fourth DRAGONLANCE adventure for use with the ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS game system, and concludes the First. DL4 – Dragons of Desolation – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

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Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: If you are unsatisfied with your purchase please contact me before leaving neutral or negative feedback so we can come up with a resolution. The Kingdom of Thorbardin consists of miles of tunnels connecting dagons miles-long blocks of underground city sections, underground caverns, burial mounds, and even an underground lake with its own cable desolatiom system. This portion of the adventure involves the party fighting their way through soldiers to the Temple of Stars.

AD&D Adventure Review – DL4 Dragons of Desolation

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After a confrontation with Ember, which ends with the death of both Ember and Evenstar, the heroes escape on magical horses as the tomb begins to sink this is the image shown on the module’s cover. This is not present in the 3.

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DL4: Dragons of Desolation

Drragons events of this module were not covered in the original Dragonlance Chronicles but are told in the novel Dragons of the Dwarven Depths by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. But this is quite obviously meant to mitigate a valid tactic with minimal dramatic impact. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Verminaard, Arman Kharas, the fireshadow, Eben Shatterstone potentiallyand the dark dwarf and Dragonarmy soldiers. Making it actively guarded is cool, too. Add to watch list.

The Dragonlance Nexus does not publish any of the products listed in the Products section. I suggest keeping the theiwar army encounters more descriptive, and have a half dozen fight the PCs at a time when they’re running. This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. Finally, there is the matter of the giant pit of death in the center of the Temple. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, need any issues resolved or need any help whatsoever please do not hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you ASAP.

It’s basically an opportunity for the villain dseolation show up, gloat, and make an offer to the party to betray the refugees. I say the dodge is clever because it reduces the mapping load, and it has a good explanation – dwarves are conservative, and like things dragnos the same way over and over. This should be great, right?

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Trivia About Dragons of Desola While most of the dreams related to the climax of this adventure, two dreams — those of Sturm and Laurana — related to a later adventure. Instead of mapping the entire dwarven city, the adventure provides a poster map that contains 16 geomorphic maps about feet x feet that can be combined to create certain areas of the city; their arrangements are then listed for the areas the characters are expected to enter.

They take a clever dodge of using 16 different 30 x 30 square x geomorphs and arranging them into the sections of the city. Will usually ship within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment – opens in a new window or tab. We also finally get a climactic confrontation with Verminaard, the main Highlord foe of the First Book.

In the Temple of Stars, the heroes confront Verminaard, the traitor is revealed, and they fight the final battle. But it does have some really cool stuff in it, making it worth tracking down a copy for salvagable bits. Sami Koskinen rated it it was ok Dec 18, The battle against Ember should be climactic, although like previous dragon encounters he is extremely powerful in 3rd Edition.