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Yggsburgh/Mortality of Green 
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Ulthal

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Post Yggsburgh/Mortality of Green
I'm getting ready to start a C&C game in Yggsburgh. I'm going to use Dark Chateau as the initial adventure, and am thinking about what to do beyond that. The Yggsburgh book has TONS of adventure hooks, but mostly for PCs in the 4th-6th level range, so I'm thinking I'll run a few more lower-level adventures prior to taking advantage of the Yggsburgh material.

Would Mortality of Green fit into the Yggsburgh setting easily? Any other suggestions?

P.S.: Both the Yggsburgh book and Dark Chateau are awesome, IMO.


Thu May 11, 2006 12:03 pm
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Sure, I think MOG would fit into most any of the forests around Yggsburgh. Pick one that suits you and have the adventure take place in the deepest, most remote part of that particular forest!
[Most of the forests have adventure hooks so perhaps you could tie in to one of them if necessary]

Enjoy. 8)
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Thu May 11, 2006 12:31 pm
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