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D&D 5E TLG Releases 5th Edition Adventure

Troll Lord

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Attribute checks are here to stay! Fifth Edition has followed in the noble steps of Castles and Crusades. And now, for the first time Troll Lord Games is bringing the two systems together!

Rising Knight! Converted to and for the Fifth Edition of the oldest, largest RPG on the planet!

Get your copy of Rising Night Here: http://bit.ly/A05th

This is an introductory adventure for those playing the 5th Edition of the world's best known and oldest RPG. The module has been designed to allow for the players and Game Master alike to begin play immediately.

The Drunderry River runs narrow and fast through much of its course, before tumbling into the lowlands beneath the Fallow Hills, in the shadows of the Blacktooth Ridge. From there, the river spreads out across fertile plains, laboring slowly to the south before emptying into the Elmarsh Lake. Until recently this area was unsettled, but a writ of the King's has brought many people to the area. The village of Malforten, nesteld along the banks fo the Drunderry River, near the Fallow Hills, is just such a place.

A quiet village with simple people, they learned the hard way the Blacktooth Ridge casts a deep and dark shadow. Seeing rich prizes in cattle and grain, people and other movables, Gritznak the Gnoll has come down from the Blacktooth with loot on his mind.

All they've done to drive him off have failed, at their wits end the villagers turn to others, more experienced in combatting evil. They look to a rising knight to save them . . . .


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Knight of Solamnia

I always thought that 5e took a bit of inspiration from Castles & Crusades (one of my favorite 3rd party D&D "clones"). So I am so glad to see the Trolls doing a 5e conversion. I hope to see more.


I've got it...it's pretty neat, a faithful adaptation of a C&C style module including the statblocks (which is my only issue, actually; the chatty format of C&C stat blocks gets in the way of easily parsing out the data on NPCs). Aside from that it's cool, hope they release more like this and also in print options.