Dark Legacy of Evard (4e) - Many years ago, Evard came to Duponde to destroy his rival Vontarin, a powerful wizard who Watermarked PDF. From publisher blurb: Many years ago, Evard came to Duponde to destroy his rival Vontarin, a powerful wizard who lived in a manor at the edge of town. The two. Dark Legacy of Evard - A D&D 5th Edition Conversion - Journey back PDF. $ 1 2 3 4 5. Average Rating (1 rating). Journey back into the.
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Each week of play is meant to be a single encounter, taking 2 hours or less to play. Characters can take short rests between encounters, then extended rests at the end of each chapter, each of which contains several encounters.
In "Dark Legacy of Evard," the chapters are 4, 5, and 4 sessions long respectively, for 13 total weeks of play. The entire season of play was published in one book, for Encounters GMs only.
About the Encounter Format. In "March of the Phantom Brigade," Wizards had begun focusing on encounters that included more than just combat. That trend continued here, with Baker including frequent skill challenges that had a real impact on the combats that followed. Baker also continued to experiment with how individual encounters were linked, something else that had been innovated in the previous season of play; thus, weeks 2 and 8 both include decision points that directly impact the following week's gameplay.
Baker had wanted to go further, creating a "sandbox" where players could move freely between four or five possible sessions. He ultimately decided that the Encounters program couldn't support that idea because the program would involve groups at different tables being at different points in the adventure—yet Encounters would return to this precise idea in Season 12's "Against the Cult of Chaos" About the Product Tie-In.
As a result, the pregenerated PCs are all Essentials builds—the exact same characters from "March of the Phantom Brigade," as it happens. However, this season of Encounters also ties in with Player's Options: Heroes of Shadow , which was Wizards' first post-Essentials release, supporting both Essential and classic 4e builds.
Heroes of Shadow featured Evard as the creator of shadow magic in the Points of Light world, so he was a natural focus for this adventure. That supplement had included a "Despair Deck," which could be used in this adventure.
Three more cards were made available to players as they gained renown: Cunning Plan, Lack of Scruples, and Countering Fate. About the Homage. Evard had first been mentioned as the originator of "Evard's Black Tentacles," which dated back to Dragon 67 November That changed a bit with the release of 3e. Expanding the Points of Light World.
This adventure largely focuses on the town of Duponde. The pre-gens provided were the exact same as the ones provided in season 4. There was no indication that any other new pre-gens would be provided. In fact Fargrim and Valenae are on the cover of the new Adventure. Looks kind of cool, but right now, seems nothing will be topping season 4.
I thought it was well written from the first read. This one will take some planning. I have thought to also let my players start level 3.
I get mostly all the same players every week and they are tired of 1st level characters also. I sent both Essentials style character sheets and the CB style sheets in case anyone has a preference. The cards are fantastic, very well done.
Normally I would be excited to print them and use them in my campaign, but we will definitely be going the level three route this season. Still, I am going to file them away for a Game Day or LFR session in the future, I am sure someone will wish to try their hand at a Heroes of Shadows character and these will be great to have on hand.
Lahrs — I can whip up an alternate set of level 3 pregen cards toward the middle of the week. Also …A number of other things on all of the characters now that I read them over — oh… wait a minute, you crafty fellow you! P mistakes.
Ameron — have you considered setting sample character sheets up more like monster statblocks? When deciding what to do what the source of a power is utility, attack, etc but what sort of action it takes it makes a HUGE difference. Previous post: March of the Phantom Brigade Week Next post: Need a map? Visit one of our map galleries. Share 3. Just a thought. March of the Phantom Brigade Week 12 Next post: Search Search for: Need a level 1 character?