Scourge of the Howling Horde is a stand-alone adventure designed for a group of 1st-level characters. Perfect for new players or seasoned players, it features. Scourge of the Howling Horde (D&D module).jpg. Rules required, D&D Character levels, 1st. Campaign setting, Generic Setting. Authors, Gwendolyn Kestrel. First published, Scourge of the Howling Horde is a generic setting adventure module for the edition of the. We have a special treat for you in our excerpts for Scourge of the Howling Horde! Instead of presenting our excerpts as text on a web page, this.

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Retrieved from ” https: Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The interior artwork consists of a scant 3 black-and-white illustrations by Carl Frank: Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.

June Learn how and when to remove this template message. However, even it has an error: Likewise her creature type is missing the ” Water scourve subtype. Dark Sun Dark Sun: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Thursday, 19th April, Each is a rather simple drawing with some basic shading, but I credit Carl with paying howlijg attention to the written descriptions of what he’s illustrating, as the depictions are spot-on, from the details on the buildings to the specific weapons and armor carried and worn by the goblinoids.

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Breath weapon should be a foot, not foot, line of acid. You’d think that a product designed to help new DMs – and a product hord only has 32 pages, and a total of only 20 stat blocks in all, all of which are of low-level creatures and therefore the least complex stat blocks in the game – would have top-notch, high-quality stats, wouldn’t you?

I’m not sure who’s responsible for the stat blocks in this product – author Gwendolyn F. The “Urrtarr’s Deal” section describes her color spray and sleep spells, but her stats list burning hands instead of sleep. Kestrelwith cover art by Simone Bianchi and interior art by Carl Frank.

I’d delete one of the prestidigitation boxes. Results 1 to 1 of 1. Also, I want to point out that even though there are 20 stat blocks in this adventure and I have 20 items on my “unofficial errata list,” I added Thamior to the list merely out of convenience; he doesn’t even have a full stat block, just a list of spells. Reset Fields Log in. The Gorgon’s Alliance Howlinh Speed should include “climb 20 ft.


Scourge of the Scougge Horde. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This is the same format that was first used in Expedition to Castle Ravenloftonly here, some of the “2-page encounter spreads” are just a horre page. That combination was not the wisest one that could have been made.

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That’s just the sort of thing that a newbie DM would find exceptionally helpful, and my only guess is that they just couldn’t make room for it. Hit points are provided on the very first line of the stats something I noticed they had done with almost all of the stat blocks in Expedition to Castle Ravenloftand Scourge of the Howling Horde even takes it one step further by adding a number of “check-off boxes” the DM can “X” through as the creatures take damage, but nowhere do the stat blocks state how many HD a given creature has.

Judging by his BAB, he’s a Ftr2. Several spell and magic item names were not italicized, “goblin” wasn’t capitalized when used as the name of the language spoken by goblinoidsthere were a few parts of some stat blocks that had words that should have been in bold font but weren’t, sentences with incorrect words reference to the inside front cover was made when it was the inside back cover that was being indicatedand a sentence missing a word.

As far as that goes, Gwendolyn does an excellent job providing the neophyte DM with all of the help he should need; she provides page numbers in the Player’s Handbook and Dungeon Master’s Guide where specific information can be found, gives reminders about how some of the concepts like damage resistance and hardness work, and so on.

Join Date Sep Posts All in all, I commend the thought process that went behind tthe design of Scourge of the Howling Horde ; it’s about time Wizards of the Coast decided f&d create a 1st-level adventure with the neophyte DM in mind. If, however, you’re a player whose DM might be considering having you run your group’s PCs through this adventure, read no further than socurge green area.


Friday, 24th November, Unfortunately, the rest of the text in this product is not as clear to read, due mostly to a poor choice in “background pattern” on the pages that hold the goblin lair area maps. I’m guessing the reason was “because there wasn’t room for those lines if we wanted the stat block to fit on the page.

For the record, the dire weasel stat block on page 18 looks perfectly fine to me. Judging from his hp and CR, I’m guessing this is a Ftr1, in which case he should have a second feat listed his fighter bonus feat. howing

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Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. He only spent 9 of his 12 skill points. I don’t see how that can be anything but confusing to a new DM trying to learn the game.

The cover artwork, by Simone Bianchi, is a painting of five goblins in threatening poses, reminding me somewhat of the antics of professional wrestlers. Also, while I don’t mind hairy-armed goblins, Simone’s attempts at rendering arm-hair makes it end up looking more like spines or quills. There were also a few places where some odd assumptions were made; for example, the tunnel text on page 27 assumes the PCs are all Medium size, but this is not necessarily so, given that halflings and gnomes are core races.

In the end, I rate Scourge of the Howling Horde at “3 Average ” – good concept, decent if by-the-numbers adventure, helpful reminders and suggestions for the neophyte DM, but poor stat blocks and a difficult-to-read background make this product a much lower value for the money.