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GameMastery Encounter: The Liberation of Prince Thorgrim (OGL) Compleat Encounter

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Prince Thorgrim rots in jail, wrongly accused by the corrupt sheriff and his cruel gaoler. Whispered rumors speak that those in his keep are tortured and sometimes murdered. Only the truly brave or fantastically foolish would try to storm the jail and free the prince. A Compleat Encounter, scalable to any level, featuring the elven sheriff, the shackled dwarven prince, and his foul gaoler.

• Written by Jason Bulmahn
• Designed by Andrew Hou
• Sculpted by Dennis Mize
• Cartography by Corey Macourek

Paizo Publishing's GameMastery™ Line is designed to help GMs run interesting games quickly and efficiently.
Compleat Encounters provide everything you need to run a single encounter:

  • 3 brilliantly sculpted, high-quality, 25mm-scale one-piece metal miniatures
  • 4 double-sided full-color 5"x8" minis-scale map cards
  • a detailed level-scalable microadventure with statistics compatible with the world’s most popular roleplaying game.

"Adventure Only" products include only the adventure and map cards, and do not contain the miniatures.

Minis painted by Keith Robertson.
(The product includes unpainted metal miniatures.)
Original sculpts for the miniatures.

Desktop wallpaper of the original sketches
Desktop wallpaper of the painted minis

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Great encounter and plot, dwarf a bit tall

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Like with all the other Compleat Encounters, this presents itself as a set of three miniatures and a few tiles presenting a short mini-plot to be inserted in any campaign, the main NPCs involved, the actual battlemap in four tiles and means to scale the encounter to any character level.

The plot here is simple: two corrupted "law makers" kidnapped a dwarven diplomat/prince and want to blackmail the nation he came from for ransom. What I really like among the suggestions to adapt this mini-plot to your campaign is the possibility to substitute one PC for Prince Thorgrim has the prisoner of these two scumbags: if you have a player who can't make it for a session or two, that can be a great Compleat Encounter to run by making the PCs save the unfortunate, unplayed character until the player makes it back at the table.

My small complaint here is about Prince Thorgrim's miniature: it is a bit tall for my taste. While 28 and 25 mm miniatures are usually fairly compatible (after all, I use my old Ral Partha minis alongside D&D miniatures), Prince Thorgrim looks almost like a simple broad human with a beard.

Overall, another great Compleat Encounter for any D&D campaign. Gift Certificates
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