Halls of Undermountain (4e) – Beneath the streets of Waterdeep, a sinister dungeon awaits adventurers brave enough to face its perils. Created. Halls of Undermountain is a page hardcover book that presents a ready-to use dungeon detailing over eighty locations. The adventure offers a way for. Created for the 4th edition D&D adventure Halls of Undermountain, written by Matt Sernett and Shawn Merwin, this massive poster map is just.

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The second map details three encounter areas which appear in haalls adventures of Halls of Undermountain. First of all, the place is in a locale Waterdeep that no 4th Edition sourcebook was ever made for. Here is where things undermointain interesting. A very nice supplement and worth the purchase price. And the rest is said encounter write-ups. Its not readily available but I figured I would point out one more source of 4e Undermountain goodness The maps are the most useful thing on this product.

Jason added it Sep 26, Beneath the streets of Waterdeep, a sinister dungeon awaits adventurers brave enough to face its perils. Revenge of the Giants: It feels sloppy unrermountain to prepare. Let me start by saying that Expedition to Undermountain was the last adventure I played in 3.

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Jud added it Aug 07, Sinfjotli added it Jun 30, David Winston marked it as to-read Apr 04, See all 11 reviews. While the book is only 96 pages long, without the monster statistic blocks it is providing more than might at first be expected. Jayson added it Oct 01, You are commenting using your Facebook account. This content is really very good and does a great job of making this more of a story and dynamic adventure and less of a boring dungeon crawl.


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Matthew Hewitt rated it it was amazing Jan 10, Mike Dempsey rated it really liked it Jalls 04, When DDN gets released, I can see myself going back to this book and previous Undermountain stuff and use it well. And to date, there have been six supplements and modules featuring various parts unvermountain this massive delve, starting with The Ruins of Undermountain boxed set inanother boxed set called The Ruins of Undermountain II: A mark of a lazy DM.

And I remember very clearly, how one slow day at work turned into a day of exploration of DnD. This site uses cookies.

The undegmountain boxed product contained three adventures, plus pages more material and maps of not just one, but four levels of the Undermountain. Open Preview See undermoubtain Problem? The first section of the book details the history of the Halls of Undermountain, of the Wizard Halaster, and how the Spellplague affected the region.

Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Like many products from the older lines specially 2nd editionthere are a lot of magical effects present on some encounters that produces arbitrary effects and makes no sense. As I mentioned, my group never wanted to play DnD.

This is also where my shame ot being a newbie took over. Most of them lack any maps or monster stats, instead referring the DM to the poster map, or to the Monster Vault respectively. It comes with a fantastic poster map that has the entire floor map of the 1st level on one side and the interior halld the Yawning Portal Inn on the other as well as another poster map with a couple of decent battle map locations on either side. The Pleasant Widow added it Nov 09, Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.


Good artwork and maps. Visit my version of Fareun, or Sigil, or even the Underdark. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. While magic items specifically have detailed 4e halos, most monsters are not statted out, but referenced by book.

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The story hooks are not that great, and many encounters are just weird. The size and thickness of the folded maps did give me a bit of trepidation as I hzlls tore them out of the covers, being concerned that the thickness of that many layers might make them prone to tearing. I assume this was a deliberate choice informed by the undermohntain DDN push. Scott Prescott Interior Illustrators: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Showing of 11 reviews. The encounter design really shines and this is where I think of this as a sourcebook: To ask other readers questions about Halls of Undermountainplease sign up.

Jayson Summers added it Oct 17, The Deep Levels inthree modules in the Dungeon Crawl Series inand a hardcover book, Expedition to Undermountainpublished in