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slimykuotoan
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Finished Enon, now need adventure...

Post by slimykuotoan »

Players are 2nd level; any ideas?
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Post by StealthSuitStanley »

I'm assuming you mean Enon Tor? If so, try using Beorth as a starting point for a campaign...
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Post by Maliki »

Shadows of the Halflings Hall is suitable for 2nd level characters or use Rising Knight, and start them on the "A" series.
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I've always liked the Lost Island of Castanimir, from AD&D1e, but I'm warped. Otherwise, Dark Chateau. ;)

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I 2nd Shadows of the Halfling Hall. Awesome. Truly, truly awesome.

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"Shadows" or "Assault on Blacktooth Ridge"!
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