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Are there premade campaigns/adventures that take place at least partially in Sigil - City of Doors and where can I find them?

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Do they have to be adventures with 4E stats, or will you accept adventures from older editions for conversion? –  Simon Gill Jan 25 '13 at 22:24
    
Al thou I would appreciate 4th edition ones, I am still interested in older ones as long as the concept of Sigil stays 4th ed (I am not sure if it has changed with editions) –  TheBW Jan 25 '13 at 22:27

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Since you are interested in older stuff, here's the list of the official published adventures for Planescape:

Don't know if 4ed changed the concept of Sigil, though, or if there is a fan conversion. The only conversion I know of is for 3/3.5.

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Sigil itself hasn't changed in 4E, but the planes around it have changed a great deal. Faction War is currently available from dndclassics.com and takes places entirely within Sigil. Tales from the Infinite Staircase is also available but the adventures will need altering to take place in domains in the Astral Sea. –  Simon Gill Jan 25 '13 at 22:47
    
Like @SimonGill said, a couple of them are available again from dndclassics, but I thought I should add that you're better off browsing the Planescape setting. –  Roflo Jan 26 '13 at 1:00

Spoilers, of course.

Expedition on the Demonweb Pits is a planar campaign for D&D 3.5 featuring Sigil in its role of extraplanar crossroad.

The PCs arrive there after a poor hook they might entirely disregard and then they need to get in touch with severla NPCs living in Sigil. A great part of the adventure happens in planes that can be reached from there but the quest-giver NPC lives in a inn in Sigil so the players will be back for restocking and talking to him quite often. The book completely ignores factions, the lady of pain and any other planescape reference that I could recognize. Such a pity.

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The epic level adventure E1: Death's Reach from WotC has a (short) section based in Sigil

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