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I'd recommend this adventure from Dragonsfoot.org, which has the benefit of being free. It is designed for 4-6 players of 1st level who are of 'novice or intermediate' skill, so it's pretty much perfect for the group composition. The contents of the adventure are rather straightforward. A Meazle has secretly made its home in a small village and is stealing ...


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Four hours is a pretty short requirement, and since this is going to be a learning session it's probably going to go more slowly and even further limit what you can accomplish. The one that comes to mind that might be most suitable is N1 (Against the Cult of the Reptile God), which was an interesting (if sometimes stereotypical) adventure designed for ...


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Usually, all published 4e adventures are set up for 5 players. If you want to be sure, just figure out how many XP the adventure dishes out (by adding up the major quest XP and all the encounters) and see if that's enough to get a 5 people party from level 2 to level 3, without reaching level 4.



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