4th Edition King of the Trollhaunt Warrens

King of the Trollhaunt Warrens and the D&D Roleplaying Game Starter Set have been released! The King of the Trollhaunt Warrens adventure is designed to take characters from 11th to 14th level. The D&D Roleplaying Game Starter Set comes with 4th Edition rules, dice, map tiles, and an adventure to get started playing right away. You can order either by clicking on the images below.

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I got this and found Coins that looked like a green dragon and an angry Pelican. I did not get a coin for the dragonborn soldier nor the halfling slinger (maybe I did, I don’t know what it looks like, there is no picture/illustration) And for the drakes i don’t know which one is the rager, spitter, etc. I would use the same coin for all of them except, one of them is on a 4×4 coin not a 1×1 coin. im not real sure what to do. I’m a beginner so i might just stop the entirly if i’m still confused.

Ok, I group of friends and i bought the starter set 4ed, and the instructions are so vague and confusing. they go way in depth about where your character is from, but do not really say how to play at all. I am going to go out on a limb here and say unless you have been specially taught by the super nerds, you have no real way of knowing. try looking up how to play online… I’ll wait… exactly. It doesnt give straight out instructions. unless somebody can help, Im gonna give up on this crap all together.

Extremely combat heavy so no problem there, but impossible to recreate with a hand-drawn battle grid. The plot of Trollhaunt Warrens is really well done. It was written by Richard Baker one of the author’s of “Red Hand of Doom” which is in my opinion the best module ever written.