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  • Home Page

    Welcome! Be sure to join the "Facebook group":http://www.facebook.com/groups/rpgatqut/ for announcements. Please add to the wiki pages and adventure logs— it will make everything better! Check the "list of all wiki pages":http://www.obsidianportal.com/ …

  • Main Page

    h1. Welcome to your wiki! This is your wiki Main Page. It serves as a starting point for your wiki. From here you can begin organizing your campaign! To get you started, here are some examples of what you can do with the wiki. To see how these …

  • new player introduction

    Hi there! Some basics for making new characters are here, but don't worry; I will walk you through it when you show up. If you are keen to start and have access to a Player's Handbook, though, take a look at this checklist: * Please join the "Facebook …

  • equipment

    h3. Purchasing items * Magic items can only be purchased in-game, by consulting me ** "Common" magic items are the only ones you'll find in town shops ** Uncommon and rare magic items are only found in loot-- tell the DM your "wish list" for the kinds …

  • Obsidian skill challenge

    This alternate skill challenge system was designed by Travis Huston Dunlap, with slight adaptations here. h2. The Basic Skill Challenge Every skill challenge consists of three segments. Each segment can last as long as the DM desires. For many …

  • speed up the fight

    Though combat in D&D 4E is full of fun tactics and many find it entertaining, sometimes you want a fight to go a bit more quickly than the typical two-hour affair. Maybe you are a bit battle weary, or eager to fit the next thing into the current game …

  • calendar

    The story is set in Forgotten Realms on the sphere of Oerth, in the continent of Oerik. Here is the standard calendar for this module. See [[timeline]] for the story's events. There are 364 days in the year, divided into 12 28-day months, which …

  • timeline

    See [[calendar]] for more about the year. h2. Year 300's This is when the families of [[Nen]], [[Abanfyl]], and [[Cavendor]] struggled for power in [[Nentir Vale]] and beyond. 320ish: Orcus worshippers opened the rift to the Shadowfell. Nerath's …

  • Plot Points

    These are a way for players to steer non-combat encounters, contributing to the story and sharpening high and low points. Start with 0 points at the start of a new story arc (as announced by DM); can’t have more than 12 at a time. h3. Spend PP …