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The Slag Heap is mine!

I just picked it up yesterday, so I haven't gotten much of a chance to read it. The plot looks really neat; I'm glad to see gnomes and the fey feature in the plot.

I'm also glad that it's a low-to-mid-level range module.

Although, as an aside, this is the second time that I've placed a special order for something C&C-related and the FLGS has just placed it on the shelves without notifying me.


Thu Jun 22, 2006 4:28 pm
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Great module. Lots of material and open ended to use freely with Assault on Blacktooth Ridge or indendently. The NPCs are excellent as well. Add a couple of nice dungeon crawls and you got something for everyone.

I'll most likely run this after Dark Chateau after my PCs level up a bit more. 8)
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Thu Jun 22, 2006 7:06 pm
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I enjoyed running it. In fact the Knights new lands are the villages in Slag Heap, and greatful gnomes are helping to build his keep and have sworn fealty to him, but not Baron Botkin.

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Might be worthy to note. Take a look at the blurbs for the subsequent "A" series of modules. They go up progressively in levels as they go along 1-2 levels at a time. But thats my kind of adventure trend. ^_^
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Fri Jun 23, 2006 12:01 am
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Looks to be a really good module, I have not had a chance to run it yet I plan to wait until Erde is converted to C&C, and the whole series is out, so this is way down the line, but it does look good.
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Sat Jun 24, 2006 11:26 pm
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gideon_thorne wrote:
Might be worthy to note. Take a look at the blurbs for the subsequent "A" series of modules. They go up progressively in levels as they go along 1-2 levels at a time. But thats my kind of adventure trend. ^_^



Yep. And this module along with several others makes for a bunch of choices for levels 2-6!

Lion in the Ropes 2-4

Slag Heap 3-5

Mortality of Green 3-5

Heart of Glass 3-5

Dwarven Glory 4-6

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