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  • 04:04 PM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Greyhawk is the official setting for Ghosts of Saltmarsh
    Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe some Known World (Mystara) setting information and maps (continental map), sort of like a gazetteer is included in OAR #2: Isle of Dread as was in the original publications. You are correct: not only that, there are three separate Known World Gazeeters, as the two reprints of the original have one each, and the 5E adaptation has all of the same material as well. In retrospect, I think the choice of Isle of Dread and the whole book was designed to play nicely into GoS.

Tuesday, 30th April, 2019

  • 03:44 PM - Philature quoted vpuigdoller in post Ivan Van Norman Discusses the Future of Altered Carbon
    I disagree with their position on envoys and meths. Either way I want to see how the final product looks like and wish them luck in this endeavor. I agree with your disagreement! I want my characters to be the heroes of the story and not just a supportive character but maybe I am getting the type of game they want to bring.

Monday, 11th March, 2019

  • 05:14 PM - Nebulous quoted vpuigdoller in post Sneak Peek At Ghosts of Saltmarsh Maps
    I love the Saltmarsh map. Very sad they going for the b/w ones again for the interior maps. I know many ppl love them I prefer color. I'm very, very disappointed in the boring black and white interior maps.

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Thursday, 28th February, 2019

  • 12:41 AM - Pauln6 quoted vpuigdoller in post Do you want Greyhawk updated to 5e?
    In the new Dragon+ there is an article about Greyhawk with input from Luke Gygax: https://t.co/izXpplXIDX Great retrospective. I'm glad I stuck with Greyhawk. I've only played in the Forgotten Realms once in 36 years.

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  • 01:29 AM - Jay Verkuilen quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    I agree Saltmarsh was written in a way that can easily be placed elsewhere if you wanted to. They will probably give you some tips in how to set it in other Campaign Settings as they did in TftYP. I do hope that if Saltmarsh is indeed included that they also include the Saltmarsh maps. It was very loosely set in Greyhawk. I ran Saltmarsh (but not the other two) in my own campaign world. I ran that in 1999 and, with a number of lengthy pauses, that game is still going! The PCs are 11th level (in 2E that's pretty good) and they're now world-hopping through the Astral.

Sunday, 10th February, 2019

  • 10:37 PM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    You are not necessarily wrong. It's all speculation, maybe focusing the two adventure books in water-themed APs is a bit of a stretch? Me personally. don't care much about the rules part, I care more about the themed adventures part. Rules, I can figure a way to do those, though an official ruling might be nice for some groups. Lately, though, WOTC has been very successful by not putting all eggs on the same basket. We will have to wait and see for either more previews or official product information release. In 2017, the two adventure products had the same archvillain: still pretty different books. If this is an underwater Sahuagin-fest in the style of Aquaman, and the AP is a Sword Coast sandbox (as Perkins has laid hints towards in the past, the upcoming comic series, etc.), those can be even more different in terms of material.
  • 10:28 PM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    Oh I have never played those, do you mean GA1-2? The Murky Deep and Swamplight? That could be nice, are they related or stand alone? I think there was a GA 3 as well. Edit to add; The only other i can think of is Evil Tide trilogy by Bruce Cordell, but haven't played that one either. The Evil Tide trilogy, which is for levels 5-10 per the DMsGuild description, and designed as a companion to the Monstrous Arcana book on Sahuagin.
  • 07:57 PM - quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    If you are correct and the big AP from summer is also water-themed, that one might include then the seafaring rules that were playtested. the perspective of having two entire hardcover official wotc books focused on boats, oars and seasickness and zero for, let say, Eberron is totally nonsense for me. I can't really believe the market needs hundreds of pages about those topics, especially hundreds of pages batched in two volumes in a row. but given the enthusiastically feedback which airs, for example, here, I m most probably wrong.
  • 07:21 PM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    Oh, this is a very interesting piece of information. In an earlier post, I mentioned that the original U3 module included some kind of guidelines for underwater adventures but there were none for seafaring or navigating ships or other water vehicles. If you are correct and the big AP from summer is also water-themed, that one might include then the seafaring rules that were playtested. More specifically, those rules were part of a larger batch of vehicle rules that include land and air vehicles. They decided, for reasons, that selecting ship rules out for early playtesting would make sense. And in the past week or so, Mearls said on Twitter they have started reworking them based on the positive feedback. As to the contents of this book...there was a Tier II series of Sahuagin adventures in 2E. What if this book reprints those, with U2-3, and a Volo's Guide style section on Sahuagin...?
  • 03:27 AM - dave2008 quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    It was numbered sequentially. I think the pages from the preview havnt been merge yet with the rest of the chapters in the full book hence the numbering or the chapter was extracted and has its own numbering. Thanks!

Saturday, 9th February, 2019

  • 08:31 PM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    At this point imo they can include conversions for U1 to U3, converted notes on Saltmarsh and include the Underwater and Navigation rules. All this would make a decent book with mini-setting, rules and adventures (maybe new monsters). They can also include the kraken and "Fallen Star" ship (the mini from wizkids and Chris perkins) and call it a day. Lets call it Tales from the Fallen Star... lol. Outside the jokes, it seems we are getting something along those lines. My current wave is that there is an intro section on ship stuff, similar to the incongruous section on the Yawning Portal in TftYP (though probably more relevant), mainly adventure content (U1-3, not sure what else would fit: the Sea Devil stuff from 2E??), and a beastiary of monsters in the adventure material and maybe some random aquatic beasts and even random encounter tables. Yawning Portal was a successful book, but it seems they are working to avoid it's main pitfall, being a more or less random grabbag of stuff. ...
  • 11:35 AM - Azzy quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    It was numbered sequentially. I think the pages from the preview havnt been merge yet with the rest of the chapters in the full book hence the numbering or the chapter was extracted and has its own numbering. Yup. If they're doing something like one chapter per file in, say, InDesign and haven't combined the chapters into a "book" yet, the page numbers should be based on the chapter alone.
  • 07:22 AM - Parmandur quoted vpuigdoller in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    So the events in the first image are on the page 22 and 23 in the original, the wording has been updated and it seems they have renamed and updated some stufff. Second page stuff is on page 33 in the original. Some of the wording has been updated. In the first page a room was renamed from Lieutenants Quarters in the original to Wave Shaper's Quarters in the new one. The description of the room and what's in it is also different. Interesting, so this is a more significant adaptation than TftYP.


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