DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:24 pm

AA1 is 87 pages; BF1 is 73, BF2 is 61, JN1 is 44, and JN2 is 54. The two JN modules are a bit shorter than I'd prefer, too short to put their names on the spines, but they don't naturally combine with each other, and they really deserve to be in print so I did it anyway. DC1 is 34 pages, 10 pages less than JN1, and thus in my opinion just too short to print. That's sad, because I think it's a good module that should be in print.

You don't have a fourth modestly-sized adventure to add to it, do you?
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Sun Jun 08, 2014 11:13 pm

I actually have this huge castle/dungeon already drawn and the beginnings of a story.. I'll guess I'll have to work on it some more.. It takes place in the Old Keep in the Southern Barony.
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Mon Jun 09, 2014 7:46 am

Is this module too long to include in the eventual AA2?
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Mon Jun 09, 2014 7:57 am

Yes. It contains three connected adventures, averaging about 10 pages per adventure. Adventure Anthologies are for disconnected small adventures, with a maximum of probably 10 pages. The thematic unity makes it deserving of separate presentation... it just needs to be a little longer. If dymondy has more material he can add, that would be ideal.

And it's not as if there's a deadline.
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:20 am

dymondy2k wrote:Ya know I have those in a straight image format if you need me to send them! They are kinda crappy because they came from a much larger map..
Can you send those to me? I'd still like to work on the maps for this thing.
dymondy2k wrote:I actually have this huge castle/dungeon already drawn
If this is in a ready state feel free to send that along too!
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:31 pm

DC1-Tales-from-the-Laughing-Dragon-r4
downloaded: 9/8/2014

HP check box errors: 2
Page 13

1 Hobgoblin Patrol (4) [one has 1 hp and 4 boxes]
7 Gnoll Patrol (5) [last 1 has 9 hp and 10 boxes]
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:37 pm

Snagged for R5. Thanks!
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Fri Sep 19, 2014 3:24 pm

So much for feeling smug about getting all my checkboxes right! :)
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Sun Sep 21, 2014 3:03 pm

dymondy2k wrote:So much for feeling smug about getting all my checkboxes right! :)
I've created an automated system in Calc to try to catch these things - because I make so many mistakes.
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Re: DC1 Tales from the Laughing Dragon

Post Sun Sep 21, 2014 3:05 pm

DC1-Tales-from-the-Laughing-Dragon-r4
(double words - same word used twice in a row, you can use the search function to find the exact location):

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