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by Dave J. Browne,Don Turnbull

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ISBN:
0880380284
Author:
Dave J. Browne,Don Turnbull
Category:
Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
TSR (September 1983)
Pages:
48 pages
EPUB book:
1674 kb
FB2 book:
1474 kb
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1348 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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The Final Enemy (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module U3). Dave J. Browne, Don Turnbull.

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The Final Enemy is an adventure module for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (AD&D) fantasy roleplaying game written by Dave Browne with Don Turnbull set in the World of Greyhawk campaign setting. The Final Enemy is an underwater quest to penetrate the lair of a species of fish-like monstrous humanoids called sahuagin.

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The Final Enemy (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Adventure Module U3, An Adventure for Character Levels 3-5) Paperback

The Village Of Hommlet (1979) is a level 1 or novice level module that is a perfect introductory adventure for novice players and Dungeon Masters to get their feet wet. I went through this module for the first time in the summer of 1982 on my friend's backyard patio. The Final Enemy (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Adventure Module U3, An Adventure for Character Levels 3-5) Paperback. Dungeon Module D3 - Vault of the Drow (Adv. Dungeons & Dragons, D3) Paperback.

The Final Enemy was written by Dave J. Browne with Don Turnbull, with art by.Template:Publication Breadcrumb/1e Adventures. Browne with Don Turnbull, with art by Keith Parkinson, and was published by TSR in 1983 as a forty-eight page booklet with an outer folder. It was designed and developed in the United Kingdom, and was intended for characters of 3rd–5th level. The module was the third and final module in the Saltmarsh series, presenting the climactic events in an underwater campaign of three related adventures set in the town of Saltmarsh which began in The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh and continuned in Danger at Dunwater.

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The Final Enemy (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Adventure Module U3, An Adventure for Character Levels 3-5). Part of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module WG5 Series and Underwater U3 Series). by Don Turnbull and Dave J. Browne.

The Final Enemy (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Adventure Module U3, An Adventure for Character Levels 3-5).

This adventure is intended for 4 to 6 characters of levels 3-.

At last - an oppurtunity to avert the threat to the little town of Saltmarsh! The real enemies have been identified - evil, cruel creatures, massed in force and viciously organized.
  • Mr_Mole
It was the final battle against a deadly foe. so deadly, that our heroes are only on a scouting mission, for to face the foe head on, would be suicide...
  • Mall
This is an excellent adventure. It is very different to others of it's era in that the PCs are expected to do a reconaissance mission rather than just kill everything in sight. The PCs have to map the lair of a tribe of Sahaugin who have occupied and altered the former home of a tribe of Lizardmen (who were met in the previous adventure, U2 - 'Danger at Dunwater'). The Sahaugin are planning to wipe out the town of Saltmarsh (module U1 - 'Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh') and the PCs have to map the lair in preparation for the assault later.
I played this game years ago with my cousin and we were just blown away how one room had like 64 Sahaugin in it each with claw/claw/bite attacks... We didn't know how we could possibly kill them all!
I recently found a module 'night of the shark' that was written for 2nd edition rules. With a tiny bit of tweaking it makes an excellent sequel to U3 and you can wipe out even more of the Sahaugin and pick up some cool loot. I highly recommend both modules.
  • Zehaffy
The final chapter in the Saltmarsh series continues the legacy of grim, dangerous adventure (for thinking players only!) with this well-plotted, intense foray into the lair of the Sahuagin! The overmatched heroes (levels 3-5) will find themselves in an horrific underwater adventure that plays more like an espionage movie than an AD&D adventure - flashing blades and spells will get them all killed in a matter of minutes. Instead, they need to skulk through the ruins learning everything that they can, in the desperate hope they might return with enough information for the hopelessly overpowered Saltmarsh militia to save them from inevitable destruction.