Lost MMRPG Episode 61 The Siege Now Available

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Lost MMRPG Episode 61 The Siege Now Available

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In case you missed it, a free Blackmoor adventure called the Siege has now been made available as a free download. This adventure was released as part of the Blackmoor MMRPG's season 3.

It can easily be adapted to any edition of D&D.

You can download it here:

What do you think of this adventure?


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Re: Lost MMRPG Episode 61 The Siege Now Available

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You have it at Average Table Level 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11. Are all MMRPG episodes available in five different levels, or did they add larger ranges in that season to allow for people continuing season 2 as well as new people?
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Re: Lost MMRPG Episode 61 The Siege Now Available

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This adventure has quite an uncommon structure, compared to all the others, as it changes location depending on what's the average level of your players, rather than, for example, adapting the number or levels of the enemies.
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