Shadrack wrote:Hey there, I've been running this module for a pbp game, actually the one being mentioned above. And we just wrapped it up. I had a great time, and I think my players enjoyed it as well.
Nice to hear it!
Shadrack wrote:I have a couple questions/comments about the module, which I feel safe in asking now that it's finished, so I don't mind if my players read it or not.
Okay. Let's get going.
Shadrack wrote:1) for the encounter with the orcs between Chapel's bolt-hole and Clipwing's lair. in the prelude it calls for black wolves and archers, but in the scene description it calls for warriors and a wild card warrior. Was it meant to be GM choice as to what they faced?
Yes. There is flexibility there. I've run it both ways.
Shadrack wrote:2) Chapel's bolt hole - the mana pool entry says it doubles recovery time for PP's. Should it be halves recovery time for PP's? Or if the entry is correct, then it heals the physical, but impedes the regeneration of PP's. Just curious.
It should read halves recovery time. It is interesting as written though, as it would seem the pool leeches PP...
Shadrack wrote:3) Clipwing's description calls for a guts check, but as you stated at the beginning of the module, no guts skill, just spirit. So that should maybe be adjusted. Also, I debated not having my PC's roll for fear, as Clipwing wasn't trying to scare them, but decided against that. Instead I decided that any effect would last only until the end of the module, strictly because Clipwing wasn't flexing his muscle, so to speak. Of course, one of my players went and rolled a heart attack...
Ack! It should've been a Spirit roll. You could certainly rule he doesn't evoke Fear unless he's riled up, which is how I generally run it. Poor guy with the heart attack. Did the character live?
Shadrack wrote:4) Scene 9 - showdown w/ Sebastian. in the overview it says that Iron Legion sympathizers rush forward and plunge a blade into him. My interpretation is that would kill him, but in the adventure hooks it asks if Shaw will have his revenge, so perhaps I misread the 'overview' section. oops. poor Sebastian.
That one was left open to interpretation (i.e. whether the GM wants to have a recurring villain or not).
Shadrack wrote:Anyway, these were just a few things that I was curious about. I really like the line, I've already bought #2, and will probably be picking up #3 in the near future. Thanks for all the hard work, we enjoyed it!
We're glad you enjoyed it, and I appreciate pointing out the things you have. We're currently deliberating our approach to future adventures!
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