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Thursday, August 31, 2017

Dungeons & Dragons: Over the Edge - Three Bargaining Coins


You can buy these adventures here:

DDAL07-01 City on the Edge
DDAL07-02 Over the Edge

You can buy Tomb of Annihilation right here.
You can buy Xanathar's Guide to Everything right here.

This adventure is available to DMs who run games at game stores. It's broken into 5 missions meant to take one hour to play through. If you're going to play in this, don't read it!
  • City on the Edge has a "wide release" on September 5th.
  • Over the Edge has a wide release on October 3rd.
This mission is tied to the Zhentarim, a shadowy organization of villains and vagabonds.

It looks like a page was omitted... the intro. It's weird.. the page numbers are in sequence, but the first words of this deal with the aftermath of accepting the mission. Here's how the adventure starts:

We already know from the intro that we're checking out a tobacco farm, so no big deal.

The group is going to the tobacco farm. Pock-marked Po wants the group to tell the farmers that the son of a farm owner died. He was on a ship attacked by a sea monster.

Po gives the group a magic potion to give to the farmers as a gift for their loss. Ha! That should lead to all sorts of shenanigans.

The group goes to the farm and something's not right. Divination spells don't work correctly.

A friendly couple chats with the group. Wow... this is tough to write about without ruining it. There's a lot going on here... very amusing stuff, also deadly. There's a pseudodragon that heckles the heroes. Tobacco is smoked.


The group meets some other adventurers, named Belleflower and Izzy Bit (a gnome).

It culminates in a battle with some spellcasters. No map, but it's not needed. It's just a farm.

This one is very different. It's kind of like a Twilight Zone episode. You show up and everything's weird, and you need to piece it together before it's too late.

The authors put this together in a very concise way and they packed it with interesting NPCs and events. Very good stuff! The first one is still my favorite, though.

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