Princes of the Apocalypse

Princes of the Apocalypse Primordial Evil Threatens the RealmsThe first signs are always small bandits on the roads pirates on the Dessarin River monster sightings throughout the Sumber Hills all too close to the lands of ci

  • Title: Princes of the Apocalypse
  • Author: John-Paul Balmet Sean Macdonald Mike Schley Michele Carter Stacy Janssen
  • ISBN: 9780786965786
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princes of the Apocalypse

    Primordial Evil Threatens the RealmsThe first signs are always small bandits on the roads, pirates on the Dessarin River, monster sightings throughout the Sumber Hills all too close to the lands of civilized folk.To top things off, a delegation from the dwarven city of Mirabar has gone missing Are these events all some bizarre coincidence, or is there a deeper reason bePrimordial Evil Threatens the RealmsThe first signs are always small bandits on the roads, pirates on the Dessarin River, monster sightings throughout the Sumber Hills all too close to the lands of civilized folk.To top things off, a delegation from the dwarven city of Mirabar has gone missing Are these events all some bizarre coincidence, or is there a deeper reason behind them Working through its prophets, the Elder Elemental Eye has emerged to spread chaos across the Forgotten Realms How will the adventurers prevent absolute devastation A Dungeons Dragons adventure for characters of levels 1 15

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    1. Ed

      Ring Side Report- RPG Review of Princes of the ApocalypseOriginally posted at Throat Punch Games, a new idea everyday!Product- Princes of the ApocalypseSystem- DnD 5th EditionProducer- Wizards of the CoastPrice- $50 HereTL; DR- Good, but I left feeling hungry! 85%Basics- The elements are back! Around the town of Red Larch, monsters and evil are stirring. Horrible elemental forces are advancing on civilization, and the heroes are the only ones who stand in their way. Can you stop the elemental cu [...]

    2. Deanna Pina

      I've finally reread this cover to cover instead of the piece by piece way I was going about it. I have a few negatives for this campaign book first, followed by many positive feelings.1. Organization is poor in this work. This stems from the fact it is a sandbox, and I think it is definitely hard to organize a sandbox game. In any case, they did not organize this adventure as well as I would have liked.2. The poor organization makes this a hard read, and thus a bit hard to prepare. Since my grou [...]

    3. J

      A great adventure with a very nice sandboxy feel to it. I ran a Dark Sun campaign based on this. It contains many great locations and encounters, and I especially liked the staged reactions of the temples once they discover the party is messing with them. The one thing I was missing was more info on a path with evil parties - seems reasonable that some parties might want to ally with/take over one of the elemental factions

    4. pookie

      An Elemental Improvement—A review of Princes of the Apocalypse, the campaign against Elemental Evil published for use with Dungeons & Dragons, Fifth Edition by Wizards of the Coast.rlyehreviews/20

    5. James

      I don't like the set up of the campaign books for 5th edition that much. The stat blocks just aren't detailed enough and the adventure doesn't read like a story. The magic items are also very under-powered even for epic levels.

    6. Nicole

      No one is ever really finished with this book until the campaign ends. I keep reading it over and over trying to make sure I remember everything or think of new things for my players.

    7. James Bowman

      A solid enough adventure path, although it basically turns into a series of dungeon crawls towards the end. The four elemental cults make good enemies, well-constructed with interesting minions, and I liked seeing the Elemental Princes of Evil back in action. But overall, I feel like it's missing something, which I can't quite put my finger on maybe it was too game-y, and didn't have enough of a sense of storytelling? Maybe the stakes didn't feel high enough, despite the premise and the title? I [...]

    8. Taddow

      I have never played or read the original Temple of Elemental Evil adventure but I have always heard good things about it. This book, which is a 5th Edition remake of that adventure, did not disappoint and I look forward to running this in my current D&D 5th Ed. group (which just arrived in Red Larch as 3rd level characters). I like the sandbox feel of the adventure and thought that the elemental cult themes and unique monsters and leaders was a great touch. There are some minor challenges wi [...]

    9. Denise

      This a a D&D 5th Ed campaign book, and a re-re-imagining of the Temple of the Elemental Evil.If you like exploring ruined temples and killing cultists, this is a great adventure. You'll need to help enforce the ordering of things, or be willing to jump up fights if the adventurers get to things out of order. But I thought it was pretty well done and enjoyed running it.

    10. John Walker

      An interesting adventure and story line. However I have always felt these adventures clunky to run and prep, you have to flip around way too much to find information. Though the books are amazing to read and pilfer for art and inspiration, trying to run the module with out A LOT of prep time and notes is just bogus.Take a page from Montee Cook and his adventure structure.

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