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Simulacrum of Vraxeris the Illusionist

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Great Start to a Huge Plot

*****

This opening chapter really hit the mark on establishing the plot hook for a storyline that really has kept the PCs focused through the subsequent chapters. It couldn't have had a better climax.

The background for Riddleport was terrific for allowing the PC's to feel engaged during the sandbox aspects of the AP. And the Gold Goblin made for a great home base.

All and all, this really set the tone for what has been a blast of a campaign.



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