So WotC allowed the makers of ‘Ashes of Athas’ to make it available. So, a while ago, I was told that there once existed a particular “Living Athas” campaign, called “Ashes of Athas”. Being the diligent researcher I. From publisher blurb: Ashes of Athas is a continuing 4e D&D campaign set in the world of the Dark Sun campaign setting. PCs will take up the mantle of heroism.
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Dark Sun was originally released in and was and still is among the most original and popular DnD settings of all time. Curious – and perhaps overconfident in my anti-malware programs – I opened it. As a party, we established three groups in Denver that had secret occult plans: So, I went from running three slots to running seven.
Some smaller conventions carried the chapters after they premiered, and several are still offering the adventures in This is very cool. As a DS player since 2E, it’s great to see it continuing to be supported. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. As a party, we established three groups in Denver that had secret occult plans:.
Thursday, 16th August, I really wanted to play Factotummy beloved bard, athss was fifth level. Ashes of Athas DarkSun Campaign now available! Fortunately, one of my players was nice enough to go out to his car to get one, and the game went off without a hitch.
The Ashes of Athas modules are definitely more role-play heavy than most LFR modules, and that demands the right sort of players and a prepared DM, which I just barely was.
The Burnt World of Athas
I get a day, currently, and just send them out once during the day. You can edit this page to create it. Getting periodic comments like the ones above is easily enough recompense for the minor work. Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: DarkSun submitted 11 months ago by MatofPerth. They were a little bit tempted by the decoy sword but moved on before getting into too much trouble. If anyone else is interested in these, I just realized that Ayhas still have the Dropbox links the creators provided me with for both the written content as well as the maps.
My afternoon game had a great table of players, a number of whom I had DMed for at past conventions in a couple of cases, with the same characters. They both appear to still work. Impressively, we did world asnes, character tweaking, and a full adventure in the course of a three-hour session!
Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new text post. Friday was the day I was originally scheduled to run games, and I brought my projector rig on down to the convention.
Originally Posted by Blackbrrd. My favorite moment of the convention came in this game, where a fighter decided he wanted to climb onto a table, make a running leap onto a bookshelf 10 feet away and then drop down the far side in order to attack an enemy.
As it turns out, the GM was actually running a game using the Dresden Files rules in a different setting. asjes
And then away we go! Friday Friday was the day I was originally scheduled to run games, and I brought my projector rig on down to the convention.
A couple of weeks of frantic prep work followed, including taking last Thursday off work to get ready. And thanks to Wizards for their generosity in letting it be distributed.
The Burnt World of Athas – Ashes of Athas now available for home play
For the final day of the convention, there were only two sessions, and I was running paragon-level LFR games for both of them. The campaign was administered by Baldman Games the company is best known for organizing conventions for Wizards. It is our pleasure. I loved running this asyes. To practice magic is to tempt death at the hands of the mob, yet the cities themselves are ruled by the most powerful of defilers.
Things went pretty well in The Stolen Staff. Have any Redditors here played Ashes of Athas?
Email Facebook Twitter Google. Chapters of three linked adventures were offered at major gaming conventions Winter FantasyOriginsand Gen Con. I learned how the Fate system works, doing some role playing to earn fate points.