Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, AD&D, Wizards of the Coast, all .. One final note: how on earth did the Slave Lords modules get. “The Last Slave Lord” was another AD&D 1e adventure, with D&D Finally top it off with, “Slavers”, (sequel to “Scourge of the Slave Lords”). Quickly rate Against the Slave Lords / Scourge of the Slave Lords think it has merit for any OSR gamers, as well as D&D fans of any edition.
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This is not a good adventure intro. The previous adventure ends with the capture of a map to a fortress citadel in the hills, used by the slavers as a waypoint on their route. Retrieved June 22, In the final room of the section, the players are captured as a set-up for In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords. The price point for this release of Against the Slave Lords is very reasonable, given the price of buying individual modules these days.
Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December,ecourge The reviewer complained that the module was poorly edited, and that it would have been easier to use with a roster of monsters provided. Tge did notice the monster list has to be modified considerably. One of the first encounters suggests a Hill Giant against 1st level characters, not so sure I could bring myself to do that to my group.
The first part of the module consists of a dangerous labyrinth.
Please read the rules wiki page for a more detailed break-down of each rule. Thursday, 28th February, Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Views Read Edit View history. Only the most fearless of adventurers could challenge the slavers on their own ground, and live to tell of it!
Whenever the PCs either fail, or when the original modules would have aid from the few agents of the hiring lords, the PCs get bailed out by a conniving slavelord looking to overturn one of the other slavelords. As the first module in the series, Slave Pits of the Undercity was the first TSR publication to introduce players in the Greyhawk setting to the Slave Lords and their operations in the central and southwestern Flanaess.
Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords: I’m curious how some folks worked the party in the first scourgs as it is really a loose outline for what happens and the npc descriptions are rather light. I actually got that mixed up with a totally different module and was just grabbing them when I refreshed and saw your post The book dlave has a lot of little editing issues. Find a store near you United States Find. The artwork depicts a slave master battling a group of slaves. Local lords, finally tired of the situation, hire a band of adventurers to attack the slavers in their home.
The battle against the slavers continues!
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If the PCs win those fights, they’re automatically overwhelmed in a later fight and tossed onto a ship and made to be slaves for a while, etc. Each area contains additional points available for gain or loss based on specific actions by the players.
The filters work on reddit mobile. Also included is an all-new fifth lors — A0: In the second part of the adventure, the group discovers the haven of the Slave Lords, a town on an island in a volcanic crater. When discussing a specific edition, include the edition in the title or select the appropriate link-flair.
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The module has been described as the first in a series of medium-level scenarios that provide the player characters with a mission to track down marauding coastal raiders. Well, some did, as slaves, and the campaign changes radically as half of the players dropped out. A Scourge of the Slave Lords.
1E Against the Slave Lords / Scourge of the Slave Lords
Pages using deprecated image syntax Articles lacking in-text citations from November All articles lacking in-text citations. However, he said the module was “reasonably well done” overall, and a lotds, workman-like” adventure.
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