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Wait...This is talking about the adventure Malevolence, right???
Or am I reading it wrong?
Either way. Absolutely wonderful.

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chris manning wrote:
Excited to run this one

Me too.

I am especially interested in the research aspects mentioned in the description.
Visions, dreams, and investigating. It sounds like fun!!

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Yes.

Based on your comments, I think it might be what your looking for.
Although I didn't run/play Age of Ashes, I read a lot about it. And I felt the same about Extinction and Agents, no interest.

It doesn't get any more straight forward as a dungeon crawl. Many are saying this should have been the first AP for 2e. I agree.

As for balance. I don't know yet. I am running this one, but my group is only through a couple encounters. Looking ahead there is going to be some tough fights, but not game breaking. At least I don't think so. I should mention there are 5 PCs in my group and I don't make any adjustments to the encounters.
I say check it out. I believe it's the best 2e AP.
Check out the last page of the comment section of the product page for the first book. People were discussing some of the encounters.

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Nice. I enjoyed the art in the first volume, so I'm looking forward to that.
But my primary focus is on the encounter with that fine gentleman on the cover. I have a feeling it is going to be real good. (or bad),depending on your perspective. :)

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As the PCs walked through Otari, I had some children jumping rope singing a certain nursery rhyme. This sparked questions. One of the players cleric grew up in Otari and told the basic story which I had given her before the game.

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Funny. I was looking up this very question because of the Shocking Grasp spell.
Actually it is in the rules.
Page 276. under damaging armor.
it is listed under leather FWIW

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Really digging this so far. Some of these will make an appearance very soon in my campaign.

quick note: The bookmarks are still labeled Mythic Demons!

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Wow, wow, wow.

I only scanned the monsters thru G before I came here to type this. Here's my review:

I have to re-write my whole campaign! Thanks FGG! I mean that as the utmost compliment. Superb!

If anyone comes to this thread who is on the fence about getting another monster book. Get it now. It's that simple.

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I must say I was one of the many who purchased Way of the Wicked this weekend.

I remember seeing Knot of Thorns on store blog. I checked it out and and put it on the back burner. As time went on I kept seeing the next chapters coming out and the posts adding up on the message boards. With that I revisited the product and began reading through the reviews. Done deal.

Congratulations to Fire Mountain Games. Excellent Product. Looking forward to much more.

Thanks to the many reviewers (the one above me for sure). Forget fancy advertising and such. Word of mouth is what sells.

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Omen - Battle Cry

Rainbow - Rainbow Rising (Tarot Women and Stargazer, anyone?)

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High level one-shot. Another dimension, playthings for the gods type of game. Instead of wracking my brainabout some cool PC, I rolled up a standard dwarf barbarian. He is rather boisterous and tends to reveal a bit too much information at the wrong time.

The party enters a room and are greeted by a gold dragon. All but one of us failed the save and stood frozen while the one PC began chatting it up without the dragon. After the awe wore off, somehow my dwarf and the deep gnome PC began chatting about recent events in Cheliax (side note: we tend to talk about other campaigns (I ran Council of Thieves for this group)) so we are talking about the other Pcs ignoring this dragon. Finally, the dragon yells "SILENCE!!!" All of us at the table froze. You could hear a pin drop. My dwarf broke the silence in a low voice. "I think I peed a little"

A moment of silence was followed by raucous laughter. It took a few minutes to get back to the game.

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Gutboy Barrelhouse

Dwarf fighter from the melee examples in AD&D DMG. That name just sums up a dwarf to me.

On the opposing group was:

Aggro the Axe

Classic stuff.

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Wondering when this was going to start.

HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!!!