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Search inside document. They also learn that many different agencies are interested in this relic, including those loyal to the various House Cannith elders and agents of the infamous Lord of Blades. Building connections between the PCs also helps set the stage for adventures to come. They could be purposely on their way to a specific location, or they can be exploring the high towers with no distinct destination in mind.
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The Cloaked Figure: As the adventurers approach the scene of the crime, the cloaked figure who disap- peared over the side of the skybridge works its way across the underside to surprise them. She bears the mark of Karrnath on her brow, though she abandoned that nation to join the Lord of Blades in the Mournland. She leaped at the old man, struck him down, and was about to grab the satchel when the adventurers arrived. Then Gutter climbs back over the railing nearest the body and attacks. She wants the satchel and its contents, but her berserker nature makes it ard for her to break off a battle once it has begun.
Lenguage: Common. Anyone who succeeds on this check can act during the surprise round. Cutter dives into combat with gusto, attacking the closest opponent. They're murdering that man! If Cutter is disabled, destroyed, or rendered uncon- scious, her final messenger separates from her torso. Another shrill blare of a Watch whistle suggests that the law enforcers are fast approaching. When the PCs examine the journal, read: This small journal, measuring about 3 inches by 6 inches ond 1 inch thick hs a cover of dark brown lather with trands of mithral thread woven in astange pater.
Ink, charcoal, chalk, and other normal writing mediums simply slide off the blank sheets. The Journal radiates a strong aura of universal magie. The officers ofthe City Watch may give the adven- turers a hard time, but it becomes even harder if the PCs decide to Fight the law.
Neither their character levels nor their reputations can help them if they wind up on the wrong side of the Watch, but if they cooperate. Treo moles anda female, wearing the green-and-black studded leather of Shorns City Watch, emerge fom the rain-drenched night. Raymond Michaud. URGames Club. Josh Yanis. Walt Whimpenny. James Leopard. Jody Gates. Gregory Constantine. Wynther Knight.
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[Recruiting] The Forgotten Forge, Etc. (5E Eberron)
The Forgotten Forge is the classic adventure most often recommended as an introduction to Eberron. An adventure intended for 1st level character, The Forgotten Forge is set in Sharn and is included in the original Eberron Campaign Setting for 3rd Edition. This document is an update that will allow you to use it with 5th edition rules. In addition, notes have been added to provide additional context, encounters, and adventure hooks so that the DM can introduce some of their favorite aspects of the Eberron setting. Due to these notes, this guide is several pages longer than the adventure it is based upon. Please note that the original adventure is required to use this conversion. Now updated to version 2.
Eberron - Adventure - Forgotten Forge
The Forgotten Forge is a 1st level adventure featured in the Eberron Campaign Setting and is the first Eberron adventure. The adventure was designed as an introduction to the world of Eberron and is set in Sharn. Along the way, if the adventurers are successful, they recover a lost schema - a part of a pattern used by artificers to craft magic items. They also learn that many different agencies are interested in this relic, including those loyal to the various House Cannith elders and agents of the infamous Lord of Blades. The adventure is relatively short consisting of only 11 pages, has two images of art and three maps. It is designed for level 1 characters and by the end of the adventure they should reach level 3. There are four parts to the adventure.
The Forgotten Forge
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