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The only official D&D 5e tabletop products in which Baldur's Gate has appeared are: Murder in Baldur's Gate - this includes a 64-page setting book on Baldur's Gate and is probably your best source. Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide - About 2 pages on Baldur's Gate, definitely a summary rather than a source of detail. Hoard of the Dragon Queen - Extremely ...


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It depends on what options the mob has. Per DMGII p.60. mobs have attack options including one or both of Expert Grappler (they can grapple multiple people, with no -20 penalty beyond the first) and Trample. Looking at that mob's stat block in Fortress, I see both Expert Grappler and Trample listed under Attack Options. Therefore they can grapple however ...


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Tethyr and Amn are countries nowhere near the Moonsea or the Sea of Fallen Stars. See Amn there in the bottom left, far to the west and south on the Sword Coast? Tethyr is south of Amn, just south of that Forest of Tethyr, lying between Amn and Calimshan. (Tethyr should be described in the other books in the box that map comes with though.) Toralth would be ...


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All Living Forgotten Realms modules have adjustments for playing with 4 players (as well as adjustments for playing with 6 players). See the Living Forgotten Realms site.


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The group has probably broken one or two laws, or at least can be framed. In which case, arresting them would deprive them of everything they have. Given their assets, keeping them in isolation might be justified. Also, depending on the law they've broken, or been framed for breaking, it might be justification for either keeping the characters in ...


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You might be able to download maps from either the publisher or the cartographer or from a site like DriveThruRPG. These downloads are better than those in your books because they usually include unlabelled player maps (often both gridded and ungridded) as well as DM maps. Additionally, they are electronic, so you can print them yourself at whatever size ...


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I have done the following: 1) Scanned a map, printed out pieces to mini scale, glued them together, and put under plexiglass. I then put sand over the plexiglass which I cleared as areas were revealed. 2) Copied a map by hand to mini scale onto butcher paper. I put my DM screen or smaller sheets of paper over portions that hadn't yet been explored in ...



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