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This material was originally published as two separate modules, D1 (DESCENT INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH) and. D2 (SHRINE OF THE KUO-TOA). Descent Into the Depths of the Earth by Gary Gygax. This module contains background information, a large-scale referee's map with a matching partial map for. Descent into the Depths of the Earth - Paul Kidd. Home · Descent into the Descent into the Depths of the Earth (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Module D).
The final confrontation with the giant, King Snurre, and the entry of mighty adventurers into the cavers under his stronghold discovered that Dark Elves, the Drow, had instigated the giant alliance and its warfare upon mankind and its allied races. This material was originally published as two separate adventures, D1: The adventure can be used alone or as part of an extended adventure that begins with G The collection appeared in after the final copies of the original adventures had gone out of print. The intent was to upgrade the older modules to match the new trade dress of Q1:
A native of the city of Erelhei-Cinlu and member of House Eilserv, Eclavdra has served other powerful entities in the past, notably the Elder Elemental Eye and Graz'zt.
This makes the Drow just that much more alien.
The plot breakdown has some good points to it; " In D1 Descent Into the Depths of the Earth, the PCs seek the home of the drow by traveling through an underground world of caves and passages.
The party encounters a kuo-toan rogue monitor who helps them cross a large river for a fee.
A party of Svirfneblin or deep gnomes approaches the player characters on the other side, and the party has a chance to convince them to help them fight against the drow.
As the party travels, signs of the drow are all around; the drow are allowed to pass through these subterranean areas, even though they are hated and feared by the other local intelligent races. The party then moves through kuo-toa territory, ruled by the Priest-Prince Va-Guulgh.
If the PCs appease the kuo-toa and respect their customs, the evil kuo-toa are not openly hostile to the party, but will attack if the party gives them a reason. The party learns that the drow and kuo-toa trade with each other openly, but the kuo-toa hate and fear the drow, resulting in frequent skirmishes between the two peoples.
If your dungeon master is going to go for this option I highly suggest to swap out some of the traditional monsters with some of your own invention. Descent also allows the DM to create and modify out several cults that can easily be be brought to the forefront of their campaigns.
Descent is great for just this sort of reference as well. Blibdoolpoolp, the Sea Mother would make an excellent patron for Dungeon Crawl Classics for either clerics or wizards with appropriate mutations, spellburn issues, and spells.
There's also a ton of background that can be incorporated into a game campaign especially if you've run your party of adventurers through the Temple of Elemental Evil. This series modules explores the wonderfully pulpy Hollow Earth roots of the hobby and you've got a wonderful mandate to explore the underworld of the modules. Descent Into The Depths is a perfect example of a series of modules that has monster factions folding into each other but some of these connections are very thin and have to be more fleshed out by the dungeon master for their own campaigns.
The Shrine of the Kuo-Tua gives some very solid background and details to the settlements, cities, and settings of these Lovecraftian bastards. Posted by.
Average Rating 15 ratings The final confrontation with the giant, King Snurre, and the entry of mighty adventurers into the cavers under his stronghold discovered that Dark Elves, the Drow, had instigated the giant alliance and its warfare upon mankind and its allied races.
The collection appeared in after the final copies of the original adventures had gone out of print.
The intent was to upgrade the older modules to match the new trade dress of Q1: "Queen of the Demonweb Pits" The Original Adventures. They were the fourth and fifth standalone adventures ever published by TSR. Like other early adventures, they were originally published with simple monochromatic covers orange and green, as it happens.
Another Tournament Release. You got big points in the tournament if you managed to pass the Shrine "unscathed," rather than fighting all the Kuo-Toa. It's really just a bit of filler between the giants and the more civilized parts of the Underdark.
The Upgraded Adventures. The collected edition was essentially the same as the originals, with improvements to layout and the inclusion of the original tournament characters for "Shrine.