Product Blurb: Take Your First Steps On the Road to Adventure. Goblins set upon the quiet town of Barrow’s Edge, and the community cries out for heroes to. Scourge of the Howling Horde is a generic setting adventure module for the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. The adventure is. Scourge of the Howling Horde (3e) – Take Your First Steps On the Road useful DM advice for beginning and experienced Dungeon Masters.

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Incidentally, I still recommend Of Sound Mind as the best low-level adventure for a brand new DM to sink his teeth into, even if he doesn’t intend to use psionics in his campaign; I understand it’s even being – or maybe has already been by now – updated to the 3.

David Maple added it Mar 29, Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, With 7 HD, she should have 3 feats, not just 2. Join Date Sep Posts As far as that goes, Gwendolyn does an excellent job providing the neophyte DM with all of the help he should need; she provides page numbers in the Player’s Handbook and Dungeon Master’s Guide where scourhe information can be found, gives reminders about how some of the concepts like damage resistance and hardness work, and so on.

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Speed should include ” can’t run. Sunjay added it Jul 06, Sam Ebertz added it May 14, Adam added it Dec 05, Scourge of the Howling Horde. Of course, the adventure’s simplicity makes perfect sense when you consider its target audience: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.


One thing new about the stat blocks in this adventure is the complete removal of any indication of Hit Dice. Phaez marked it as to-read Mar 01, Want to Read saving….

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Zachary added it Dec 09, Retrieved from ” https: Even assuming that she spent a full 10 points on Hide, she still only spent 42 of dunngeons skill points. Trivia About Scourge of the Ho Brian Fleming rated it really liked it Jun 18, I suggest bumping each of those three skills up by one point.

Reset Fields Log in. Matt Bogen marked it as to-read Jun 06, The adventure itself is rather simple, like I mentioned in the first paragraph of this review: Antioch rated it liked it Dec 26, Her previous design credits include Races of the Dragon and Fantastic Locations: Saturday, 11th November, If, however, you’re a player whose DM might be considering having you run your group’s PCs through dragoons adventure, read no further than this green area.

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Scourge of the Howling Horde

You’d think that they’d have gone the extra effort for an adventure with this type of “new DM” focus, but I guess not. I just hope this was an oversight in this one particular product, and that the powers that be at Wizards of the Coast haven’t decided that we no longer need to know just how many HD the creatures in their products have.


Sadly, past experience has shown that cannot be taken as a given. It’s a rather simple “go fight a goblin tribe in their cave network” adventure, with a few added things thrown in here and there.

In the end, I rate Scourge of the Howling Horde at “3 Average ” – good concept, decent if by-the-numbers adventure, hrde reminders and suggestions for the neophyte DM, but poor stat blocks and a difficult-to-read background make this product a much lower value for the money.

This is Glarr’s animal companion, but there’s no indication what trick she knows. Hit points are provided on the very first line of the stats something I noticed they had done with almost all of the stat blocks in Expedition to Castle Ravenloftand Scourge of the Howling Horde even takes it one step further by adding a number of “check-off boxes” the DM can “X” through as the creatures take damage, but nowhere do the stat blocks state how many HD a given creature has.