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Last night, we finished off the penultimate adventure in the Freeport Campaign: Bright Mountain King from Dungeon #142 which we've been playing since March. The whole campaign has been running since 2000 when 3rd Edition first came out, started with Death in Freeport and featured The Sunless Citadel early on, so it's only fitting that the final adventure is the infamous Bastion of Broken Souls, the last adventure in the original 3.0 adventure path. Of course, the adventure also gives me a chance to use my colossal red dragon "mini".

The aim is to finish the adventure and the campaign by next Summer, so we can make a decision once 4th edition is out whether to start our new campaign using 4e or continuing with v3.5. If we decide to stick with 3.5, I have three very cool Dungeon adventure paths I could run of which Savage Tide looks like it would be the most fun. However, there's something quite neat about starting a new campaign with 4e just like we did in 2000. We'll have to see - there's plenty of time yet to decide.

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kb98
Sep. 30th, 2007 04:41 pm (UTC)
Does that mean. . .
. . . we are going to have to fight the vomiting flame monster? Nice to have something to look forward to!
richgreen01
Sep. 30th, 2007 09:09 pm (UTC)
just checked...
... I last ran Bastion of Broken Souls from January to June 2003.
pastryproducts
Aug. 29th, 2008 04:46 am (UTC)
Haha, I just read this... Bright Mountain King was mine. *sigh* Small world...
richgreen01
Aug. 29th, 2008 05:45 am (UTC)
We had great fun with it! They are still carrying Darsam-tor-ews around to this day (not quite sure why they didn't hand it over to the dwarves for a reward). As for Teverak, I didn't think they'd believe his lies but of course they fell them hook, line and sinker!
pastryproducts
Aug. 29th, 2008 06:43 am (UTC)
Haha, Teverak. I've copped a bit of abuse from GMs who think he's too easy to see as a villain, but I guess it comes down to how good the GM is at lying to his players.

Did they get to the Vault before the doors were opened by Carradoc? Did they get jumped by the dragon?
richgreen01
Aug. 29th, 2008 04:36 pm (UTC)
Or how inattentive and naive your players are!

Carradoc got inside the Vault first so there was a massive fight between the PCs, Carradoc, his dire lion, a huge fire elemental, four huge rust monsters and the dragon! Carradoc died to massive damage from chain lightning. The halfwit monk Kadia cried out "Calm down, calm down, Mr Dragon!" (no, really) but eventually Kal the sorcerer managed to get the dragon to stop attacking on condition that the PCs promised to seal off the Vault and never return.
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