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Paizo Adventure Paths are generally the answer to questions like this. The most "undeady" of these is the Carrion Crown Adventure Path, which I just got done playing in. It's a gothic horror adventure path, so it's not 100% undead, but full of ghosts, vampires, werewolves, frankensteins, cthulhus, and liches. It is OK, though a little railroaded at times, ...


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Adventure Paths You're looking for an Adventure Path, published by Paizo. For 1-20 they are widely regarded as the most interesting, easy to run, and well-designed campaigns. The older ones were released in Dungeon magazine and also as printed hardcover collections for 3.5e, the newer ones are released for Paizo's 3.5e re-release, Pathfinder. For an ...


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Based on precedent, I'm going to say.. probably not. Wizards makes a lot of their money off of additional sourcebooks when a new edition comes out and even more money from adventure paths that players essentially use because they don't have the time to plan their own adventures. However! That does not disqualify you from adapting modules from any other ...


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The adventure should be useable out of the box with only free Basic Rules publications. For example, I don't want to rely on Playtest content. Right now your options are limited until they release a bestiary with the Basic D&D PDF. Various companies will release a variety of adventures but they are in the same boat of not having the final 5e ...


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The short answer is: there are no pre-made adventures for T5, in the book or, as far as I'm aware, otherwise. The long answer is: players new to Traveller are probably better served with Classic Traveller or Mongoose Traveller rather than T5. I don't have any experience with T5, but it's my understanding that it's closer to a Traveller toolkit than a ...



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