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Very Enjoyable

*****

First stand alone module ever purchased and ran it on the fly for my players with fresh level one characters.

Enjoyed the layout of the dungeon and I had no real complaints about the module. Tweaking of the main "bad guy" might be advised in order to prevent your party from absolutely steam rolling him. (which mine did) Plenty of additional plot hooks to take this setting and run with it. Highly recommend purchasing the City of Strangers book either before or after if you wish to continue with the Kaer Maga setting. However it is certainly not required to run this nor do you have to following the setting of Kaer Maga!

Very well done!



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