Fortress of the Three (New HH Adventure Mod)

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Fortress of the Three (New HH Adventure Mod)

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While at GenCon, I was informed by Mr. Troll Lord himself that one of the freshly printed new modules available from TLG was indeed an adventure module written by Casey Christofferson and set squarely set upon the shore of Lake Ugashtan! That's right, we have a bit of expansion to the Haunted Highlands in the new Fortress of the Three module.

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Re: Fortress of the Three (New HH Adventure Mod)

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I just went through the new modules on the TLG Store site and noticed this. My players have left Eskadia and found a portal talking them elsewhere, tracking foul goblins who stole goods from noble houses in Eskadia. They will probably return to the city at some point and maybe I can run this new adventure since it is nearer Eskadia than the rest of the DB series.
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Re: Fortress of the Three (New HH Adventure Mod)

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Excellent - must buy for me!

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