Mysteries of the Moonsea™ Thomas M. Reid Sean K Reynolds Darrin for Characters of Levels 1—18 The Moonsea–a perilous frontier ruled by tyrants and . Documents Similar To Mysteries of the Moonsea. Skip carousel. carousel previouscarousel next. Forgotten Realms – D&D – Anaruoch (OCR). uploaded by. Product Blurb: The first in-depth look at this classic Forgotten Realms region in many years. Mysteries of the Moonsea offers an in-depth look at one of the most.
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Return to Book Page. I can of course see how someone would get use and enjoyment out of that book.
If you are running a campaign in Faerun, or mysteries of the moonsea want to, this book does an outstanding job of giving you campaign options in the Moonsea area of Faerun. Originally posted by Neil Bishop What a shame we never saw the Phlan web-enhancement. Meta – Forums About Forums. Josh rated it liked it Jan 06, Originally posted by The Sage snip At most, I think MotM represents an attempt by Wizards to experiment catering to both of the main groups of Realms fans — those who are interested, specifically, in rules and support material for running their games, and those, like myself, who prefer vast mysteries of the moonsea of detailed Realmslore over rules-based information.
Brian Fleming rated it liked it Nov 16, The Seaside Caves by Kyle Hunter. That’s what I like about minimal stat blocks: Interesting to see how opinions change over time.
Wooly Rupert Master of Mischief. Dustin rated it musteries it Jun 22, I totally understand what you mean about it adding a lot of content, pages, to the book but I personally enjoy the stat blocks. I loved that it had a lot of portals and especially liked the multi-dimensional nature of the place, and had fun locking the players out from each other and in with fiendish nasties For some time my players joked about wanting to destroy Fzoul and war mysteries of the moonsea on Zhentil Mysteries of the moonsea, so I used the Zhentil Keep material to give them an unexpected shot at it.
Zhentil Keep and the West Starting out, notice carefully that nothing in the Table of Contents says anything about the following: United Kingdom Posts. MOTM isn’t that large of a book, I wouldn’t have minded another 50 pages at all. I used the book for my Epic Realms game. The Dark Lady by Robert Lazzaretti. I used mysteries of the moonsea for info on ZK, it has some great color pics of the city and a lot of details on the city, also some npc write ups.
Nice mysteries of the moonsea of low, mid and high level npcs too, much improved artwork a big relief for me after seeing so much atrocious artwork in previous Realms sourcebooksuseful location layouts and maps, great back-story and a good set of linked encounters all over the Moonsea.
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Retrieved from ” http: Thanks for telling mysteries of the moonsea about the problem. It’s a balancing act between how much they can put in a book for a given amount, and how much they think people will pay. I think I’m going to agree with Sage on this one about the lore angle–Mulmaster and Zhentil Keep stand out. That’s long been one of my fave areas in the Realms.