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Expedition to Undermountain (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Adventure) [Eric L. Boyd, Ed Greenwood, Christopher Lindsay, Sean K. Expedition to Undermountain () – Expedition to Undermountain is a page super-adventure that revisits the greatest dungeon in the. expedition presents Undermountain as a grand adventuring area for any DUNGEONS & DRAGONS campaign. Undermountain contains nine main levels and.

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Expedition to Undermountain

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Located beneath the city of Waterdeep, Undermountain has lured countless heroes to their doom. Rich with source material for players and a new combat encounter format designed unddermountain make the Dungeon Master’s job easier, as well as information to help Dungeon Masters adapt the adventure to serve their home campaigns.

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Read reviews that mention forgotten realms dungeon crawl yawning portal like dungeon undermountain adventure level players encounter encounters map campaign module poor adventures chapter exepdition expedition inn levels. Showing of 21 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. In the end, though, neither myself or my players feel we have much to show for it.

Eight levels of character development have pretty much been wasted. It’s hard not to be bitter about this product.

So why two stars instead of just one or zero? The book does start off with a fairly good synopsis of the various levels of Undermountain.

It’s a collection of thumbnail sketches, to be sure, but it’s enough underomuntain generate some ideas if the DM is ready to invest some work to flesh things out. And the core idea, a major personality in the Forgotten Realms udnermountain eliminated, could have easily been the kick-off to something truly exciting. That excitement never came though. This is such a scattered, non-motivated adventure. The “Encounter Format” is cumbersome and redundant, not user-friendly in the least.


And unless your players like to dungeon crawl for the pure pleasure of killing and looting, there’s no real reason for them to move from one chapter to the next. The story is elusive even for the person sitting there with the book. The book should come with a handout to give to players at the end which explains what they’ve just spent all their time acheiving. The cover also suggests that it will take characters from level one to level ten.

We just crept into eight by the end, and even at that level nothing ubdermountain the final chapter was the least bit challenging to them in terms of tactics or combat. If you really want to explore Undermountain, I’d have to suggest trying to get your hands on older material from the previous edition or playing the Neverwinter Nights computer game.

This book exepdition so many excellent Forgotten Realms stories into an adventure that let’s you really explore Undermountain. It’s easy to build off of the material provide for epic level fun. Undermountain is supposed to be a well designed near epic dungeon. Not to mention that there are power groups in Undermountain, Halaster’s apprentices, one of which is an epic class villain, a beholder slavelord, and Skullport, who presumably would do something when the initial events of the book begin.

This is poor execution and some of the events of the book feel incredibly forced, like the writer is rushing to reach a rather insipid conclusion. The take in Dungeon Magazine on Vampires in Waterdeep is far superior and much more reminiscient of Undermountain as originally conceived. Let’s hope Expedition to Greyhawk is much better. Save your money or better yet find the 2nd ed. Undermountain box sets and update a quality product. If your jones’n for it, wait a few months and buy it at a major discount.

If you haven’t died in under mountain, you haven’t lived. This is the first one that I had for the new encounter Structure. The only thing I wish is they did a summary list of all the equiment that you can loot and the price for each at the end of the chapter. I think every player in our modest game had to create a new character at least twice. I might have needed four.

Yes, this new Expedition volume waters down our original, the maps on the first areas are fairly expansive, offering no underkountain or written descrition for encounters. The deeper the delve, the more ‘here it is’ we cross. The entire trip through Undremountain, expedltion is suggested to add or subtract the enemies and encounter level as needed.


In my opinion, this is a good thing, because no scenario in no RPG will go the exact way it is written out.

The Dungeon level is like a litmus test: Plus, the book is written as a bridge between character levels one through ten. That easily translates into months of gaming, with minimal prep work undermountin the Dungeon Masters. Ninety per cent of needed books are hardbound, and cross-referencing between three books the core books and then extra notes from two additional Monstrous Manuels, maybe another book or three, it can get ridiculous if not monitored closely.

This book reminds me of the old Bard’s Tale C64 games I played: But the main issue is that we all played the originals, yes? Twenty years later, we think these revisitations should be more exacting memories re-enacted than they are? IMHO, that leads to stagnant games. If I wanted to play the original, I would. What’s wrong with new stories built upon the legends that came before? See all 21 reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?

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