I'm dumb, I was asking for Zeitgeist 5e but asked in the wrong 3d xD
I'm going to be starting 5e WotBS with some of my Zeitgeist group (Bosum Strand Irregulars thread around here somewhere), thanks to these conversions. We're thrilled to have them (and the roll20 versions). Thanks!
Yeah, already got It and enjoyed the Reading.No worries. It looks like only adventure 1 is available in paperback.
Is there any update concerning part 5?
I'm running the adventure for 3 PCs, and the adjustments for some encounters seem like they're scaled for 4th edition (-40 hp per enemy for 1 fewer PC was seen, for one). I also notice that enemies have a very high number of hit points. Black Horse Thugs have hit points like they're 7th level but attack like they're 1st level. There's an NPC in the first adventure who has more hit dice than most Ancient Dragons. Is this a result of bringing over hit point totals from a previous edition, or are all fights intended to be difficult and long?
First off: I'm so chuffed that this makes it to an official 5e. It's certainly riding high on my list to run (right after finishing off To Slay a Dragon, unless we extend that group into To Stake a Vampire).
But, what's all this "bonus adventure" stuff [MENTION=6776887]Tormyr[/MENTION] has been talking about? What am I missing? I own the full compendium soft cover version for 3.5. Is there going to be new stuff added to the 5e version?
I hope that helps, and please let me know if you have any more questions or would like suggestions of how to alter things to better fit your table and your game.
Gotcha. I guess I just haven't run enough 5e at this level. My only other experience with 5e was live-converting a Zeitgeist game from epic tier 4e to level 11-20 5e.
I also wanted to say, thanks for all the work you're putting into this. Without your work, we wouldn't even be playing WotBS right now, and we're having a blast!
Just bought pt.6! Thanks a lot for your work!
Will start pt. 5 on the coming weekend if everything works according to plan.