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Red Cap

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Post GG1: The Mysterious Tower and Goodman Games C&C conversi
http://www.trolllord.com/newsite/cnc/gmg5550.html

Inside this module, and in the description I just linked to, it lists it as an "Adventure for Character Levels 3-5". But on the cover, it lists Character Levels 1-3.

I know BASH MAN frequents this board sometimes, any chance this discrepancy could be cleared up? I'd like to run this module for my next game starting in 3 weeks, but am not sure if I should start off with it or work it in later.


Tue Jul 25, 2006 6:02 pm
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Lore Drake

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I would think, judging from what the adventure contains, the 3-5 range would be correct
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Tue Jul 25, 2006 6:05 pm
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You could put in 1-3 level characters, but they would die. Heck I sent a party of 3-5 and they almost died in the adventure. A fun one, but it can be deadly, look out for the assasin vine.
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The d20 version is 3-5 (if that helps matters)...

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Wed Jul 26, 2006 12:08 am
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Red Cap

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Ogma wrote:
The d20 version is 3-5 (if that helps matters)...

~Ogma



That does, actually. One of them has to be a typo, but if that leaves Levels 1-3 for a D20 adventure that required 3-5 converted to lil' old C&C...man that could get bloody!


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It was. The Ranger died. Mostly due to stupididty, though. Having his head and left arm bit off didn't help.

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Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:34 pm
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Treebore wrote:
It was. The Ranger died. Mostly due to stupididty, though. Having his head and left arm bit off didn't help.



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Inside this module, and in the description I just linked to, it lists it as an "Adventure for Character Levels 3-5". But on the cover, it lists Character Levels 1-3.



Both are right. You start out 3-5, but after being drained by horrific undead, you end up 1-3.


Thu Jul 27, 2006 12:23 am
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