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Thread Tools Show Printable Version. The Barrow of the Forgotten King This is a forum meant for a few in mind. The Barrow of the Forgotten King Hmm, ok? Not sure i understand this thread. The Barrow of the Forgotten King Is it that you’d like to talk about the 3.
Check out my Arboreal Halflings and my Megaliths of Zidydrion. The Barrow of the Forgotten King i own it and have read through it.
Never ran or played it but it really seemed like it knig be fun. Part 2 is Sinister Spire or something like thatand then we are going for Fortress?
It’s been alot of fun so far, so i’m up for talking about these modules if that’s the intention of the thread. Last edited by Norin; at The Barrow of the Forgotten King Forum fail: P this was supposed to be a setup for a few of my friends and me, but it didn’t go anywhere.
I’ve heard mixed reviews about the module; I’m currently running my players through the third room. Does the plot thicken? Is thhe worth going through the three modules?
Last edited by Destiny reached; at The Barrow of the Forgotten King I like sinister spire so far. A few pretty challenging encouters and such. I can not speak for the barroa part yet though. I believe most of the plot parts are there in the end. They enjoyed the puzzles and problem solving but the fights weren’t much of a challenge so come the second module they did not take the opponents seriously enough.
Originally Posted by The Giant. You don’t see the gnomes running around fighting wars with each other, do you?
No, because they’re civilized. Good Deeds Gone Unpunished!
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