CITADEL OF THE CORRUPTOR PDF

However, during a pilgrimage to Oricon to unravel the secrets of madness, Kataret had stumbled upon a single chassis that still maintained its original shape and form. Kataret cleverly recovered his new dicovery, taking it and storing it in his personal vault until further use. Once Kataret had ascended to the mantle of Dread Master as Successor of Brontes , he reclaimed the droid from his vault and began using his increased power and knowledge to reconstruct it. The Masters retreated with their servants to Oricon to shield themselves within the Dread Palace. They began preparing their defenses, and realized that their enemy would attempt a ground assault.

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Better story hooks would serve just as well, and would give a nod to player agency, at least. While it is not quite to my own taste, it is always nice to see illustrators that try for something other than dull verisimilitude.

The layout and print design is typical of the DCC line, which is to say that the typography is professional and solid, although the stat blocks could do with a little rethinking. In black and white, they are not as clear as they should be. Encounters tend to be solid, not exceptional, but there are a couple of minor highlights. Add tags Tags separate by space: When the forces of the wicked Mountain King discover an eldritch weapon of unmatched power, the future of the Northlands hangs in the balance.

Unfortunately, the read-aloud sections, featuring descriptions on areas and events, are a bit creaky. Along the way, the players will encounter a couple of points that run tne to type, but nothing too jarring.

In a world of arcane magic and divine might, some secrets are best left hidden. Follow the complete Mountain King adventure path! Only the most cunning and courageous of heroes can triumph against the Citadel of the Corruptor! This page does not exist. For my money, a better approach would be throwing the situation in their faces, forcing them to act rather than just camp out. In this case, there are a couple of DC 8 checks, one to find some barely hidden treasure.

While it will not blow your doors off, and there are elements that bug me, it gets the job done. Unfortunately, If is rather linear, and even veers toward railroading at the beginning. Dungeon Crawl Classics At least DMs are advised to ham up his megalomania in best 70s comic book villain style. On top of that, the text admits that the first encounter is designed to keep the PCs trapped by draining resources they could use to fight the storm, too.

Related reviews on OgreCave: Readers have to figure out context from previous sections, or by scanning handouts, later parts of the adventure, or even the maps. Only the most cunning and courageous of heroes can triumph against cotadel Citadel of the Corruptor!

Also, if you buy DCC products as PDFs, intending to print them out, this background will be an ink hog, even in a book this short. Related Posts.

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Better story hooks would serve just as well, and would give a nod to player agency, at least. While it is not quite to my own taste, it is always nice to see illustrators that try for something other than dull verisimilitude. The layout and print design is typical of the DCC line, which is to say that the typography is professional and solid, although the stat blocks could do with a little rethinking. In black and white, they are not as clear as they should be.

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The Situation This time, the heroes are drawn to the Ul-Dominor mountains, where they find Fort Frostbite depending on the story hook used, they can find it accidentally or intentionally. Taking shelter against an oncoming magical storm, they come across a scene of slaughter, but things may not be entirely as they seem. Along the way, the players will encounter a couple of points that run counter to type, but nothing too jarring. Unfortunately, CotC is rather linear, and even veers toward railroading at the beginning. The DCC format does not leave room for a more "exploreable" environment, of course, so a certain amount of linearity is to be expected. Using the aforementioned magical storm to push characters into the fortress leaves a bad taste in my mouth, though.

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