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About AndrewTBP

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    Started in 1981 with D&D, then Traveller, RuneQuest, Call of Cthulhu, and so on.
  • Current games
    13th Age, 13th Age in Glorantha, Trail of Cthulhu, Fantasy AGE, etc.,
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    Sydney, Australia
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    I play online with Roll20 mostly these days.

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  1. One of my players has dropped out because their work schedule changed and they can't make the scheduled game time any more. So I'm looking for another player to bring us back up to 7 again.
  2. The Hollow This adventure is designed for 1st level characters. It is structured using the 13th Age Adventure Toolkit from the 13th Age Game Master’s Screen and Resource Book p.8 In this adventure, the characters must rescue more than a dozen children in order to thwart Gloomwillow’s ritual for Harsandra the Quick. But the Woods of the Dead are not for the faint hearted! Montage Tell the players that their characters just undertook a long and difficult journey to get to the spot where the adventure begins. Turn to the player on your left and ask them to describe one threat or obstacle that the party faced on their journey toward the location where the adventure begins. The obstacle could be large (a dangerous ambush, or an avalanche) or small (someone stole the Storm Voice’s trousers). Turn to the next player clockwise and tell them that their character did something impressive to overcome that threat or obstacle. Ask them to describe what they did. Don't make them roll dice at this point — this event happened in the past, and they succeeded. Continue around the group until every player has had a chance to invent an obstacle and describe how their characters overcame an obstacle. If some players aren't comfortable with making something up on the spot, feel free to coach them, or turn their one- or two-word answer into something bigger. The First Probe In this scene, the characters must overcome a major obstacle that stands between them and their goal, using roleplaying, skill checks, or a combination of each. Challenge DC 15 Normal Flock of Ravens +5 vs PD (multiple targets) — 1d10 damage Giant Dragonflies +5 vs AC — 2d6 damage The Second Probe At last, the PCs get to hit someone! This is a fair fight. PCs Mossback Mossback Minion 2 0 4 3 0 6 4 2 5 5 2 7 6 4 6 7 4 8 Mossback is a reskinned Newtling Grownup (13th Age Glorantha p.319) Mossback Minion is a reskinned Newtling Juvenile (13th Age Glorantha p.319) Visions Most Foul They must now overcome a more difficult — and deadlier — challenge to reach the next battle. Challenge DC 20 Hard Chill Sounds +10 vs MD (multiple targets) — 1d12 psychic damage Disturbing Patterns +10 vs MD — 3d6 psychic damage Terrifying Forms +10 vs MD — 3d6 psychic damage The Willow’s Crown When Gloomwillow is staggered for the first time, she concentrates on the battle against the adventurers. This has the ancillary effect of letting the walking willow out of her control. The tree begins walking, then sprinting. This is a double strength fight. PCs Gloomwillow Mossback Mossback Minion Walking Willow 2 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 4 2 5 1 2 5 3 6 1 3 6 4 7 1 4 6 6 Gloomwillow is a reskinned Wild Dryad (Lions & Tigers & Owlbears: 13th Age Bestiary 2p.206) Walking Willow is a reskinned Awakened Trees (13 True Ways p.202)
  3. Sandy talks about them in More Forgotten Secrets of Glorantha, p.13
  4. That's really good, except for Magical Beard, which I hate. 😉(I prefer the beautiful jewelled false beards as shown in RQ:G)
  5. You'll want the Roll20 Token Marker Library files I uploaded. I created them for my 13th Age Glorantha campaign, but they'll be useful for RQ:G & HQ:G too. You can also use them for your Art Library so you can have Runes in Handouts, Tokens, etc., https://basicroleplaying.org/files/file/834-glorantha-runes-roll20-token-markerszip/ I recommend registering for a Pelgrane Press Bookshelf account. Then you get access to all the Maps created for 13th Age Organized Play adventures. I'm using them all the time. I used one for the Dawn Road in "The Hollow" from Pegasus Plateau last night. I have lots of Tokens made from the art in all my Glorantha PDFs, but I cannot share those. Vile Ashen Zuv Koppi Rites, you know. 😉
  6. Right now I'm converting Gloomwillow's Hollow from RQ:G to 13G hot off the PDF. Once I've played it, I'll upload it for everyone to see.
  7. Have you seen the Mythras Encounter Generator? I think it's got far more utility than a PDF or book of NPCs. Something similar for RuneQuest: Glorantha would be very nice.
  8. Then I apologize for my confusion. It was an excellent scenario!
  9. Jason Durall ran it on the Saturday instead of the convention module as a playtest. I played a Maran Gor priestess.
  10. AndrewTBP


    Yes, Pavic street food is minced mockpork, it’s cheap.
  11. I played Crimson Petals at RuneQuest Con in Melbourne, November 2019. It’s excellent.
  12. Thank you! Invitation sent. Those folks usually "fail to launch", but I like being newbie friendly.
  13. The LFG listing is supposed to be public, but let's try the Enable Listing button too. I checked the Roll20 forums, and I think that should fix it, as explained here: https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/7294216/lfg-listing-still-available-when-disabled-if-link-is-posted-somewhere
  14. Thank you! I've confirmed that you have to be logged in to Roll20 to see the page. I tried in an Incognito window and got the same error. So I signed in and it showed me the page. I don't think there's anything I can do about this Roll20 behaviour.
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