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Dzeebagd C&C Errata

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Ok, so I made a couple of mistakes on p.30. Under the Miiween description, their fascinate ability is CR1 to save against and they get 2 level 1 spells, not 1. Their spell selection from p.4 (Miiween) can be used if desired. This got past me somehow, sorry 'bout it!
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Yeah unfortunately I didnt catch it before it went to print.
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Post by Rhuvein »

Thanks for the update, BD.

Say, I couldn't find either a page on the main site for this module or a thread in the TLG Products forum. Did I miss it somewhere?

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It's a Gencon release... for the 'I' series. It follows 'I1 - Yakhund: Into the Unknown' (converted from the d20 version).

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What he said
It's part II of the Treklant trilogy, originally D20. I converted it and Felsentheim to C&C. The general feeling is that it was a good conversion, but it was still my first "official" conversion, so I hope it works well for those who get it. It was always a bit high powered, that's how Davis rolls. I tried to tone that down just a bit without hurting the overall flavor of the modules. Only you guys can decide how I did.
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Cool. Thanks. I'll be adding it to my list.
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How do you say "Dzeebagd" anyway?

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Post by Rhuvein »

PIperdog wrote:
How do you say "Dzeebagd" anyway?

Hmm, I like dropping the "d"s.
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Post by Treebore »

I say it kind of like "gee" then "bogged".

Most people hate words like this, but I think its kind of fun to figure out how to say them. Kind of like a puzzle.
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