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    Joe & Jodi Walder
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    Warlock of the Stonecrowns: REQ

    > I saw this one at my gaming store, is it any good?
    > my campaign is set in Tournen, how easy would it be to adapt to this area?



    No, this is not worth purchasing because it has a lot (and I mean A LOT) of
    non-Birthright/Cerilian/Anduria creatures in it. Plus, it has the typical AD&D
    "Monty Hall" of treasure and magic. It's not well written, plus the editors
    didn't check it against the rest of the Birthright campaign setting, so there
    are a lot of inconsistencies.

    Now, if you don't mind retooling the whole accessory, then buy it. That's what
    I'm doing with my copy. Therefore, you can adapt it to your Tuornen campaign
    quite easily. In it's current form, it's not worth using.

    Joe
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    Soviet
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    Warlock of the Stonecrowns: REQ

    sorry the warning came a little too late...me being as desperate as I sually
    am...went forth and bought the scenario...
    to my regret..it is indeed a Monty Haul and the level of magic is extremely
    high......not what I expected, but I think I'm gonna rework it and use it in the
    area of the 5 peaks substituing the Warlock with the Eyeless One...
    any ideas are welcome......

    Joe & Jodi Walder wrote:

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    > > I saw this one at my gaming store, is it any good?
    > > my campaign is set in Tournen, how easy would it be to adapt to this area?
    >
    >
    >
    > No, this is not worth purchasing because it has a lot (and I mean A LOT) of
    > non-Birthright/Cerilian/Anduria creatures in it. Plus, it has the typical AD&D
    > "Monty Hall" of treasure and magic. It's not well written, plus the editors
    > didn't check it against the rest of the Birthright campaign setting, so there
    > are a lot of inconsistencies.
    >
    > Now, if you don't mind retooling the whole accessory, then buy it. That's what
    > I'm doing with my copy. Therefore, you can adapt it to your Tuornen campaign
    > quite easily. In it's current form, it's not worth using.
    >
    > Joe
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