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This article is about the rules supplement. For the campaign setting, see Neverwinter (campaign setting). The Neverwinter Campaign Setting is a 4th edition. This year, Wizards returned to the setting with a campaign book for a small portion of it: the Neverwinter Campaign Setting. And it’s impressed. I am interested in running this campaign and wanted to hear from I used the Neverwinter Campaign Setting book for a 4E campaign, and I.

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WOTC Forgotten Realms 4e Neverwinter Campaign Setting HC NM

Never thought to play past the end of LMoP. This section also touches on the nation of Thay, whose intrigues have such an impact on Neverwinter. Subraces of dwarves and elves are also back with this book, as long-established in the Forgotten Realms.

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These are listed in handy tables. Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, And Cult of the Dragon members are unwittingly aiding the Thayan cause.

The four new domains are linked to Corellon, god of archery and the elves, Oghma, god of knowledge, Selune, goddess of the moon, and Torm, god of duty. The fact you have to wait till 7th level EK fighter or 14th level Valor bard in 5e to do the same thing was disappointing to me.

Neverwinter Campaign Setting (4E D&D) review

Saturday, 20th August, Canon doesn’t matter to me so I’ll just use or ignore whatever. Despite these fairly significant changes not the only ones, BTW I still find the book really useful. Join Date Feb Posts 1, Errors The following errors occurred with your submission.

Skip to main content. Meanwhile, many other groups of note are also scheming in Neverwinter. Results 11 to 20 of Originally Posted by Scrivener of Doom. My only problem with the 4e Neverwinter campaign guide is that it is SO well integrated with the Spellplague, which I’m not using. Originally Posted by Nebulous. The Neverwinter Campaign setting looks at the efforts to rebuild the city, and the various forces that help or oppose that effort — or have other designs in the vicinity of Neverwinter.


I really wish we’d had more like it. Honestly their are a lot of cool things in the place. Friday, 9th September, My idea was to have the PCs crawl down a rope through pitch black, inky darkness at the bottom of the Chasm, and eventually find themselves climbing UP the same rift when they pass through into the mirror image of Evernight on the other side, also suffering from the earthquake from Mt.

Yes, this is that good.

5E Neverwinter Campaign Setting (4e to 5e)

Setting, 5th Cam;aign, Reset Fields Log in. So there would be lots of chaos and confusion in the streets, and then camlaign big gash in the earth that “volunteers” are needed to explore. He adds at-will weapon ranged attacks and encounter powers of the same sort. I suppose I am saying you might find that dropping elements doesn’t cause the work as a whole to disintegrate.

Tuesday, 9th August, Not too much cmapaign it has to deal with the Spell plague just that the city was wrecked in the same event that wrecked Thundertree in the Lost Mines. Angry eladrin have returned from the Feywild to a ruined world.

It helps that it has glorious cover art by Ralph Horsleyand the production values throughout are excellent. Monday, 5th September, I saw this 4e supplement online, can anyone tell me more about it? Neverwinter Campaign Setting 4e to 5e. If this setting had been published ina lot of the complainers about 4E being only for roll-players and not role-players would have been satisfied. Rather more exciting are the new domains for the warpriest and, as a result, new powers for the cleric.


One could hardly accuse Wizards of not providing adventure opportunities in Neverwinter!

If I find anything do you want to see it? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Any suggestions that can highlight the best or worst parts of this setting? Goals are given for each faction, along with the stat blocks of important individuals.

About half of the chapter is devoted to the city, but there also sections on Neverwinter Wood, Gauntlgrym, the lost city of the dwarves. Nor are all their goals completely compatible. A long time ago, I was a Forgotten Realms fan. The Shadovar intend to raise an important fallen enclave hidden in Neverwinter Wood. A cult of Asmodeus worshippers is bent on dominion in the region. Monsters haunt the lost dwarven city, while duergar dig deep beneath it and drow plot to dominate it.

This year, Wizards returned to the setting with a campaign book for a small portion of it: When this is the case, feel free to substitute any other statistics more in keeping with your sense of the campaign. I don’t want to run the Spellplague, my campaign takes place before that.

They are at their most striking when they subvert your expectations of what to expect in 4e. Also, quite usefully, the factions relationships with each other are considered.