H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth (Dungeons & Dragons) by Richard Baker, Mike Mearls
H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth (Dungeons & Dragons) Richard Baker, Mike Mearls ebook
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast,US
ISBN: 0786948728, 9780786948727
This evening, I picked up my copy of Thunderspire Labyrinth from a national retailer (btw, there was one more copy available at the store on the west side of town). It can be played as a standalone adventure or as the second part of a three-part series. ȑ�: Richard Baker?, Mike Mearls? With The Keep on the Shadowfell, we had a shiny new edition of D&D that we wanted to learn and explore. If Keep was a nod to B2: Keep on the Borderlands then surely H2 tips a wink to the classic Giant/Drow modules of the late 70s. H1 Keep on the Shadowfell I found to be “OK.” It was a straight forward linear adventure that was fine for an introduction into 4E but certainly nothing special. As published adventurers go I was mostly happy playing through this one. Or at least not as much ire as the others in the series. Non-player characters (NPCs) are used for various purposes in the classic modules like H1: Keep on the Shadowfell and H2: Thunderspire Labyrinth. H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth is a 96-page D&D adventure designed for heroic-tier characters of levels 4-6. Check out this Side Trek that expands on the action from Thunderspire Labyrinth. Thunderspire Labyrinth is the second part of the H/P/E series and it stands apart from it's contemporaries in that it doesn't attract too much ire from the intercrowd. About two days afterwards, said barbarian took out 2 Bronze Warders at the same time(taken from H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth) dying 9 times in the process. Halfway through Thunderspire Labyrinth, I think the shine of 4E wore off and the “flatness” of H2 was shown. Only a wink mind, it's got very modern Tagged as 4e, d&d, reviews, thunderspire · ← Five at the brink of Desolation. Obsidian Portal allows you to create campaign websites for tabletop role-playing games including, but not limited to Dungeons & Dragons™. ϻ�NPC interaction in Dungeons & Dragons Fourth Edition. I liked the Compare the level 11 boss of H2 with Karavakos the level 15 boss of H3 their attack bonuses vs non-AC defenses are the same. This D&D adventure for characters of levels 1–3 was previously produced as a D&D Encounters season adventure. The Den of Dreus Want more H2 fun? Thunderspire Labyrinth (Spoilers) Last night we finally got enough people at the table to finish the last battle of Thunderspire Labyrinth after a month of unlrealted adventuring due to absent player syndrome. Brothers Gray, The (Dungeon 172, If your PCs aren't ready for H2 after finishing Keep on the Shadowfell, or if you just haven't had enough of Kalarel, these extra encounters can add extra depth to any H1 experience.