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A1 Assault on Blacktooth Ridge -- Adventures for 5th Edition Rules

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Complete with customized anchored hyperlinks! Click on the map for locations in the Rising Knight!

The Blacktooth Ridge, far to the north and east of the more civilized lands, is fabled for its string of long abandoned fortresses, treasure houses, temples and underground mansions. This alone is an invitation for many an adventurer seeking fame and fortune. But it is an altogether dangerous place, tainted with the evil of the Horned One and those who still worship him in hidden caves and darkened temples.

Now, raids and plundering confound the settlements near the Blacktooth Ridge. The armies of King and Lord are warring in the west and few are left to protect this region. Rumors of Rottenkip the Goblin King and his fearless warriors taking up residence in the Blacktooth Ridge are circulating. Ogres and Trolls are raiding villages and looting caravans. Few are coming to the aid of those beset by these depredations and the evil denizens of the Blacktooth Ridge continue to spill out of the Blacktooth Ridge.

The call has gone out, the mustering of militias is at hand and the Blacktooth Ridge beckons to any and all willing to come to their aid and discover what is calling forth these foul creatures.

From the makers of the Castles &: Crusades role playing game comes the first adventure for would be heroes to test their mettle in the heat of combat.

The Adventure begins anew: Now.

 

Adventure Type: Overland, Dungeon
Level: 1-3
Party: 3-5 characters
Setting: Aihrde, Portable to Home-brew

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Matt M August 09, 2016 7:32 pm UTC
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Upon attempting to open the updated file(s) released today (Tuesday, August 9) did anyone else receive the following error message?

"There was an error processing a page. There was a problem reading this document (109)."
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Matt M January 15, 2016 9:53 pm UTC
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I see that there are now two files with the exact same name. What is the difference between them?
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Anne T January 15, 2016 10:01 pm UTC
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The file sizes are exactly the same (5,136,997 bytes (5.1 MB on disk) per my Mac), so it looks like it was just a duplication error. I just deleted the second file.
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Jeffrey K February 07, 2016 2:36 am UTC
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I was wondering the same thing. I'm showing that they don't have the same file size (one is 5,137,881 bytes, and the other is 5,136,814 bytes). They did update the file on January 15, and it really annoys me that the Update section gives you two files to download (the older version and the updated version) without giving you any indication which one is the newer file. This is happening more and more on DriveThru, and if the publisher doesn't state what the specific changes in the update are (which they do occasionally), then it's pretty hard to figure out which file is the new one and which file is the old one.

I just updated another product by a different publisher, and once again, it gave me two files. But the publisher stated that the change was to the map. So I compared the map from the original file with the maps in the two that came with the update, and I was able to spot which one was different, which meant it was the update. I wish all publishers would do that.
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