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The product codes for 4e books have nothing to do with worlds. Rather, they say what tier the characters are expected to be: Heroic, Paragon, or Epic. The number after the letter is their publishing order, starting from 1, and generally means that they can be used one after the other to create an adventure series. HS stands for Heroic Standalone, a ...


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Your girlfriend's birthday has almost certainly passed, but this seems to fit your requirements so well, I'll answer for future Googlers. Monte Cook games recently released Weird Discoveries: Ten Instant Adventures for Numenera. They are self-contained short adventures, specifically set up for minimal prep and pressure on the GM, and have pregenerated ...


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You're in luck, because the power levels of the old Basic D&D games are similar to those of 5e.* I'm going to illustrate my answer with examples from B5 Horror on the Hill, but you can apply the principles to any of your Basic D&D Modules. 1. Replace what monsters and NPCs you can from the 5e Monster Manual This will save you a lot of work, and ...



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