The thrice-Ennie-nominated super-adventure Madness of Gardmore Abbey contains a wonderful sandbox adventure four 4th edition Dungeons. But having run my players through several sessions of Madness at Gardmore Abbey, I am of the opinion that it is easily the best 4E adventure. Madness at Gardmore Abbey has 23 ratings and 2 reviews. Brandon said: No spoilers here! This is the definitive 4th edition adventure. Pick this up even i.
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Madness at Gardmore Abbey by James Wyatt
There is more than enough adventure inside to be the entire focus of your campaign for these levels. As with the Feywild, you can easily toss in some bread crumbs here that lead to further exploration of the dread Far Realm later in your campaign. Madness at Gardmore Abbey is intended for characters of level 6 to 8.
These are rendered very nicely, but still generic enough to be reused in the future. Peter added it Oct 22, But having run my players through several sessions of Madness at Gardmore AbbeyI am of the opinion that it is easily the best 4E adventure, and compares favorably to such beloved classics as Keep on the Borderlands and Tomb of Horrors.
It creates a lot of flipping back and forth and I wish that abey had just consolidated the information relevant to one encounter together. Robert Jazo rated it it was ok Jun 07, Books by James Wyatt. December 20, at Trivia About Madness at Gardmo Perhaps I’ll follow one of the oth I rather enjoyed xt adventure module.
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Dan Jensen rated it it was ok Sep 06, According to legend, the paladins brought a dark artifact back from a far crusade and stored it in their abbey for safekeeping, and evil forces gathered to assault the abbey and take it back. Book ratings by Goodreads.
Whether by intention or not, Madness at Gardmore Abbey follows the line of adventures in the Essentials series very well. Looking for beautiful books?
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Christopher Frost rated it it was amazing Aug 03, HLF marked it as to-read Oct 03, While still dangerous, 4E style abbeey adventures are possible for characters of more modest abilities. It has been your support, financial and otherwise, that has allowed this site to become what it is today. March 13, at 3: The environment established around the Abbey is rich and filled with interesting creatures and NPCs.
The detailed and tragic history of a knightly order dedicated to Bahamut and their fall to the enemy siege when one of their order loses faith and brings their destruction is a rich and intriguing background.
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This makes for an adventure that sbbey challenge with simplicity to great effect. The Deck is interesting both in real life and in game, and one of the biggest reasons why Madness at Gardmore Abbey is awesome.
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Madness at Gardmore Abbey has direct ties to two planes: Patrick rated it really liked it Sep 02, Return to Book Page. The catacombs beneath the Abbey are full of undead, one of my favorite types of monsters to use. The Best Books of Thanks for telling us about the abbeg.
Share Facebook Twitter Email Reddit. Product details Format Game pages Dimensions You could just drop in new monsters to translate the encounters without too much difficulty, but I think the harder part will be updating the environments to be just as cool, and coming up with a way to handle the skill tests.
What the legends don’t tell is that this artifact was actually the Deck of Many Things, a force of pure Chaos.
Madness at Gardmore Abbey
According to legend, the paladins madnezs a dark artifact back from a far crusade and stored it in their abbey for safekeeping, and evil forces gathered to assault the abbey and take it back.
Perhaps I’ll follow one of the other raters’ advice and convert this to 5th ed. Steve Townshend Goodreads Author.