This is the adventure series that sparked my love for the Iron Kingdoms. It was one of the first adventures I ever picked up for D&D 3E, and I was. Review of The Witchfire Trilogy Collected Edition While it was a good adventure, we the players saw it for a first part of a trilogy and Setting: Iron Kingdoms. This is a single volume, compiled reprinting of the first three Iron Kingdoms products: The Longest Night, Shadow of the Exile, and Legion of Lost Souls.
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Inhe created Ragnarok Publications www. I will second the remarks that the cover art-work is a huge spoiler. So is it worth it?
The Witchfire Trilogy, Collected Edition by J.M. Martin
Julio Sueiras rated it really liked it Jan 20, There is a short loosely tied only because it happens in Corvis and the has some of the occupying Skorne as enemies adventure where the PCs must evaded the forces of the deposed king in the city and help a Infernal-possessed man free himself from the dark entity’s control by securing an ancient magical text from the university and conduct a rite of banishment.
Want to Read saving…. Martin edited the Stabby award-winning Blackguards: Return to Book Page. This standalone campaign adventure for characters of levels or higher contains monsters, locales, magical creations, firearms, and intriguing characters to introduce players to western Immor. This is a great world. There are some minor text differences throughout, but the artwork is entirely the same.
Ross rated it really liked it Jan 18, The hardcover is also more durable, so you can keep your originals safe on the shelf and not worry as much about tearing either the originals or the hardcover up too much.
In cillected to KrielMaster: I sympathize with the fact that the cover can make it more difficult to play out Alexia’s role in the early part of the adventure, iton she was featured on all three of the original books collectfd the series as well and given her prominence I’m not sure if we could have easily persuaded Matt to feature someone else there. After researching the location of the vault, the PCs find out they have to break the vault seals with a magical hammer that was wielded by a giant who was a defender of the city in ages past.
I think given the scope of the adventure and how quickly it becomes apparent that something is going on with Alexia, this really isn’t that large of an obstacle. When we game, I’ve been using my laptop and the official PDF version instead of the book.
Karrym marked it as to-read Jan 16, Naturally it’s still a connected trilogy and the flow of events still require a few specific things to happen to flow as intended, but we did try to reduce the “railroading” which had been one of the main complaints of the original.
But on the matter of the measures taken to address railroading problems, honestly I didn’t find the Collected Edition went far enough.
When my gaming group isn’t playing Dark Heresy, our back-up game is Iron Kingdoms, and we just finished the Witchfire trilogy with five total adventures if you include the two short ones that our Game Master GM converted for Iron Kingdoms 2nd Ed. Open Preview See a Problem?
Jason added it Jun 29, Quite the opposite, I think they are more attractive to novices, who are just the type to require a little witchfier handholding and a little more preparation than was given for all the “what if” possibilities that the Collected Edition barely discussed. Rochellethecute is currently reading it Aug 30, This standalone campaign adventure for characters of levels or higher contains monsters, locales, magical creations, firearms, and intriguing characters to introduce players to western Immor Set your next adventure in the world of the Iron Kingdoms.
Josh rated it really liked it Jan 25, The PCs are able to stop Alexia’s plans to sack the city but that’s one part one.
Matthew Walton rated it it was ok Dec 13, Marc S added it Apr 22, I think it’s worth ediition money just to have everything in one up-to-date hardcover, but your mileage may vary. I have the three original 3. And a great adventure for a new or seasoned DM to send her adventurers on.
Honestly, it’s not too much trouble for an experienced GM who is used to designing their own stories.
Mookiewheeler marked it as to-read Aug 12, That cover, while awesome imho, does kinda give Alexia a reputation of being the ‘kill first and ask questions later’ type of NPC. Of course the PCs must stop Alexia’s plans, but they also find that there is something more going on regarding the deaths of Alexia’s family and the persons responsible, who are equally unscrupulous and have ties to the ruthless, now officially disbanded, Inquisition of the deposed king of Cygnar, King Vinter Raelthrone.
Paul Bates marked it as to-read Feb 06, Otherwise, it’s fairly easy to cover the kintdoms until such a point as that is no longer necessary. witchfide
The Witchfire Trilogy, Collected Edition (Iron Kingdoms)
In response to Mr. The PCs need to do research, while getting occasionally attacked by members of the Inquisition, to find the hidden temple first. Or for the interest of completeness, of one’s IK-RPG canon, for the purposes of whatever joy that brings, plus the ability to quote chapter and verse. In the end Corvis is saved and Vinter retreats. Myk Myers marked it as to-read Aug 22, Clllected are a number of places where addenda state “If required triloggy point G doesn’t look like it can happen, here are three ways you can make it happen.