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    In the Shadow of the City-God
     
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    In the Shadow of the City-God
    Publisher: First Hungarian d20 Society
    by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 11/11/2020 04:13:30

    Spoiler light read through review, more may be added after play.

    Interesting mix of intrigue and dungeon crawling in a distinctive city. The unique features of the city and plots in motion are concisely described. Probably best described as a framework, as the referee will need to do a little work for this adventure to achieve its undoubted potential. Some extra supporting material (which might not get used) would be welcome, for example details of: (i) how the abduction of the wife took place, and any clues investigation might yield; (ii) an encounter with an information broker; (iii) the waking of a certain figure, and the devastation that follows.

    An observation and a suggestion: (i) the two riddles in the Hall of Madness, area 8, are very close to ones posed in the Hobbit; (ii) plenty of playtesters have been credited, but it would he helpful to have details of what happened (possibly in an appendix).

    The ruins of a Roman noble villa and surrounds, now inhabited by cavemen raiders, are described in a bonus adventure at the end, The Valley of the Skull. Some evocative descriptions in this one.

    In the hands of a skilled referee, this could be a memorable adventure. Recommended.



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    Thank you very much for your detailed appraisal! Your remarks and criticism are much appreciated, and I will also forward them to the author.
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