H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth (Dungeons & Dragons) Richard Baker, Mike Mearls
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast,US
H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth - Uma aventura de D&D 4a Edição para personagens de 4º a 6º nível. Illustrated cardstock terrain tiles for use with D&D. This post is the introduction to a series that looks at Thunderspire Labyrinth, the second Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition published adventure. A 4th Edition D&D adventure for characters of levels 7–10. DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings: Dungeon Tiles. Only a wink mind, it's got very modern Tagged as 4e, d&d, reviews, thunderspire · ← Five at the brink of Desolation. ȑ�: Richard Baker?, Mike Mearls? D&D Products To Hit This Month. Or at least not as much ire as the others in the series. If Keep was a nod to B2: Keep on the Borderlands then surely H2 tips a wink to the classic Giant/Drow modules of the late 70s. H1 Keep on the Shadowfell I found to be “OK.” It was a straight forward linear adventure that was fine for an introduction into 4E but certainly nothing special. Draconomicon: Chromatic Dragons Manual of the Planes Online Magazines Dragon Issues 364–370. D&D 4.0 H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth - Beneath Thunderspire Mountain lies a sprawling network of mazes, tombs, and caverns collectively known as the Labyrinth of Lost Souls. Thunderspire Labyrinth is the second part of the H/P/E series and it stands apart from it's contemporaries in that it doesn't attract too much ire from the intercrowd. The ancient trees H3 Pyramid of Shadows is the third adventure in a three-part series that began with H1 Keep on the Shadowfell and H2 Thunderspire Labyrinth.