Expedition to Undermountain (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Adventure) [Eric L. Boyd, Ed Greenwood, Christopher Lindsay, Sean K. Expedition to Undermountain Excerpts. presents Undermountain as a grand adventuring area for any Dungeons & Dragons campaign. However, you may use many other Dungeons & Dragons Expedition to Undermountain is a page super-adventure that revisits the.

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And the rest is said encounter write-ups. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Fortress of the Yuan-Ti.

I started worrying about not really knowing anything about Undermountain. This book however makes it feel different. Class Based Pilot, Wizard, Scientist, etc.

Expedition to Undermountain

We also get a suggestion for an overarching campaign that will incorporate the three adventures that form the structure of the encounter write-ups, designed for levels 1 to 5. Just get the book and check it out for yourself. Meanwhile, I would prefer the creative guys at Wizards work on actual new story stuff. Previews, news, and gear for gamers. Add tags Tags separate by space: I never bought that book.

It provides the plots, power groups, and lore to enable a Dungeon Master DM to detail any corner of Undermountain, to create a vibrant long-term adventure setting — the ultimate dungeon dunheons that feels realistic, exciting, and dangerous. Retrieved from ” https: Notify me of new comments via email. It instantly became my office computer wallpaper. The book treats Undermountain as dragosn unexplored underground region, and provides plots, power groups, and lore to enable a Dungeon Master to detail any corner of Undermountain to create a long-term adventure setting.


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And the more I thought about roleplaying games the more I wanted to explore those worlds by myself. I imagine this name means many different things to many different players. We dared not follow him. As a fan myself, those books are outatanding.

Expedition to Undermountain Excerpts

I’ll probably steal half that chapter outright, as it’s very well written. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Some regions could be used as a prison, others to contain ancient secrets, still others a recent uncovering of a long-forgotten eldritch horror. You can just take any adventure, replace “blue skies” with “stone ceiling”, shorten the travel time between places, and its exactly expesition same. Yeah I’ve got a half-assed UA and a really generic not really quite right for the flavor artificer and psion. E3 Prince of Undeath. Could be interesting, though frankly, Doomvault from Dead in Thay is more than enough dungeon for me.

This Month’s Dragon Magazine. It was too mainstream for them. There is, after all, enough material in this book to keep you going for quite a few months even if you play this campaign weekly. Instead, this campaign adventure treats Undermountain as an unexplored underground region, a new realm that can attract characters for months or even years as in the case of many nonplayer characters, or NPCs of game time.


I let go, and learned to just embrace it for what it is. I think it’s more that some people are getting tired of having only FR as a supported official setting. This book brings Undermountain to life — make it your own! So it took me two paragraphs. We get some history on Undermountain, a write-up on the Yawning Portal — a tavern providing immediate access to the rungeons, filled with colourful NPCs and various side-treks.

Basically, its one giant dungeon, but not one continuous crawl.

I was always dubious about improvising in DnD. June Learn how and when to remove this template anv. No Web Links Found. GeekGold Bonus dragnos All Supporters at year’s end: The rest will mainly be single rooms taken either from old editions of Undermountain, or ripped straight out of Dead in Thay and Tomb of Horrors. If Wizards does release a guide to Undermountain, I hope it also contains plenty of info on Waterdeep, Downshadow, and Skullport. In the Forgotten Realms campaign, Undermountain stretches throughout the bowels of Waterdeep, the famed metropolis on the Sword Coast.

Day, night, I can no longer tell. It might even be you.