The Darkenfold Expansion

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The Darkenfold Expansion

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Does the Darkenfold Expansion contain additional information that is not found in the Codex of Aihrde?

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Corrilwynn wrote:Does the Darkenfold Expansion contain additional information that is not found in the Codex of Aihrde?
Hmm, not familiar with this material.

Hopefully, one of our Crusader brethen will address your question!

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Yes, it has expanded information on the forest and its environs. If you like the C series of adventures, you should get it.

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Rigon wrote:Yes, it has expanded information on the forest and its environs. If you like the C series of adventures, you should get it.

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Thanks, yes ~ Mortality of Green is fabulous!

28 pgs for $10 seems excellent.

Are there any maps?
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Yes and no. There is one large map in the center of the book that gives a few more details to the Draken Fold, but it's kind of hard to read. At least for me.

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Rigon wrote:Yes and no. There is one large map in the center of the book that gives a few more details to the Draken Fold, but it's kind of hard to read. At least for me.

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Thx . . yeah that was our problem with the Aufstrag dungeon book ~ great maps but hard to see.

Remedy = PDF, where you can zoom and SEE!

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