Dungeons & Dragons D&D 4th Edition Menzoberranzan City of Intrigue Hardcover D&D 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons Encounters Council of Spiders 2. Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue (originally planned as the Menzoberranzan Campaign Setting) is a sourcebook and campaign setting. Menzoberranzan was possibly the most well known drow city in Faerûn. many of his early adventures dealt with the political intrigue and characters of the city.

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Leave this field empty. Obviously the book offers suggestions for running a drow campaign but Im looking for other sources and actual play DM advice that has worked.

The house was on the outskirts, and was not overtly evil, trending more towards chaotic neutral the matron was not a follower of Lloth. Thanks for the feedback.

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Also if your gaming gang is up for playing drow, or evil characters in general, this is a great addition to your collection. The final chapter of the book dives into much of what it means to be fity drow.

City of Intrigue to my readers. City of Intrigue is top notch and makes for menzoberrqnzan fun reading experience. Then things would die down. The little explored Northdark could lead to a lot of really fun adventures and I found this chapter to be a welcome addition which gamers will appreciate. The book treats the Drow houses as campaign factions, suggesting to include three in the forefront of your game for a good amount of intrigue.


The ground rules were iirc: Players, are mercenaries so they can be of a house or not. It was all intrigue and maneuvering until BAM! In addition, as a bonus, anyone who subscribes to my blog will be entered into dd& raffle twice.

As you suggest, I am planning on running this for a select by invitation group of 4 players.

Overall this is probably the least interesting section of the book for GMs as those with experience will discard much of the high level description of districts in order to create their own customized experiences for the players while those menzobfrranzan to running an RPG will feel the lack of menxoberranzan depth to the chapter leaves them with only straws to grasp at. IMC, the strict hierarchy in drow society made it easy to give them some common goals and enemies, thus keeping them from turning on one another.

This book goes hand in hand with the Book of Vile Darkness. Results 1 to 10 of Campaigns like this are great, but it requires the right players.

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So that statement kind of makes a difference. Reset Fields Log in. He was for a great deal of the campaign way too powerful to contemplate challenging, something which obviously also helped keep them in line.

DC Comics for December 19th, We play them every week. You also may want to make sure your NPCs are the appropriate levels. The module is somewhat infamous for a particularly nasty trap right in the beginning. Seeking advice on managing a drow group of characters and curious to know what has worked, what has not.


Houses are like guilds, they may be more of each type and some will work with other house but not all, some may even be in open warfare but most weaken others behind the scene.

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City of Intrigue By Morrus in forum Reviews. Effectively a color version of the first one, it comes with location markers that point to certain places within the book, becoming a handy reference for the DM or players. Six chapters make up the book and make no bones about it, o focus here is on running a campaign in which drow are the central characters.

Chapter three details the drow factions intrige houses with detail given for each including the current rank of power they exert in drow society as well as the size of membership. Which is a good thing I believe, there is enough theme support through Dragon magazine and the previous sourcebook, Into the Unknown.