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I finally found some more people to game with and I'm looking at… 
17th-Apr-2006 03:21 am
I finally found some more people to game with and I'm looking at starting a 1st level game with them... I'm the DM and I've recently heard about the Shackled City Adventure Path... Has anyone played/DMed this particular campaign...? Is it any good...? What is the level bracket (1st-20th, 5th-15th, 4th-7th, etc)...? Age of Worms also sounds great, I was a big fan of Kyuss back in 2nd Ed...
23rd-Apr-2006 11:42 pm (UTC)
Thankyou, you have been quite informative... I have decided to run the adventure, and will take your advice on leaving clues, etc so the party can get a hint of the plot... Do you think it plausible to add a recurring antagonist...? Maybe just in my ad-hoc adventures...
25th-Apr-2006 04:57 am (UTC)
You could certainly create a recurring antagonist, and your outside adventures would be a good place to use him/her/it. You could also expand one of the very interesting villains that are already presented in the book. There are several candidates that show up once or twice before getting killed. You could bring them in sooner -- make sure it's not a combat scene! -- or give them some additional power that allows you to bring them back more often or longer.

I liked the traitorous female wizard of Wee Jas, personally. If it was my game, I'd make her "the woman the PC's love to hate." It's her or the beholder.

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