Okay got the basic layout done, anyone care to read over to make sure it's correct?
0: Newby: 32 point characters - Sorcerers Manor, Orcs of the high mountains 1: Basic: 32-34 point characters - Oracles Breath, Raid on Cygnosa 2: Intermediate: 34-36 point characters - Isle of Lost Spells, Wolves on The Rhine, Crown of Kings, Sewers of Redpoint, Thing in The Lake 3: Advanced: 38 point characters - Fire in The Streets, Gates to The Underworld, Dark Vale, Shadows in The Dark 4: Veteran: 38+ point characters - Emerald Twilight
Does this look right to everybody? Are there any adventures missing?
I can't find another location where he might have saved the graphic. I'll email him and see if he still has interest in posting it back here.
While the graphic was nice, a nicely formatted table of text posted somewhere here would be even greater, imho. Less likely to disappear and easier to update. Just a thought.
EDIT Something like this:
EXTREMELY LOW-LEVEL Orcs of the High Mountains The Sorcerer's Mannor
LOW-LEVEL (Choose 2-4) Raid on Cygnosa (Abbr.)(point/skill) The Oracle's Breath
MID-LEVEL (Choose 2-4) Isle of Lost Spells Wolves on the Rhine Crown of Kings Sewers of Redpoint The Thing in the Lake
UPPER-LEVEL (Take on as many as you want, tough-guy!) Fire in the Streets Gates to the Underworld The Dark Vale Emerald Twilight
- where (Abbr.) is the abbreviation [like (ROC)] and (point/skill) is the suggested point-level / skill point range [like (32-34/4-6)] - and it doesn't have to be 100% complete/accurate and fleshed-out on day-one either. You can update it at your leisure. I just noticed above that I quoted a text out-line of the graphic made by joe as well. Half the work is done. Just needs some formatting. I'd gladly do this myself but then you wouldn't be able to edit it...or would you?
Prevent cyberspace-warming! Conserve those 1's and 0's!
Last Edit: Dec 14, 2017 0:14:48 GMT -5 by platimus
Good points, Plat. Given my limited graphic skills, a table is far more likely.
Mine aren't too great either I was just thinking if there were a text-table of the info, I might make a graphic from that info to satisfy the graphically-oriented. Then I realized some things. I was willing to make a graphic at that point because it would be easier - because all the info would already be neatly compiled in one place. Someone would with more graphic skill would most likely beat me to it for the same reason. Another plus for the text-table format!
Hey guys. I was bored, couldn't sleep, and found myself compelled by dark forces to make the following post.
Welcome to The Order of Adventure! Don't get too excited. You aren't a member of the Order just yet. First, you must pass a few tests...
(Don't worry. Visual aids will follow.)
BEGINNER: 32 point characters (Free) The Sorcerer's Manor (TSM) link Orcs of the High Mountains (OHM) link
NOVICE: 32-34 point characters (Recommend only 1 per party) Echoes of the Old Ones (EOO) link Terrors of the Night (TON) link The Oracle's Breath (TOB) link Raid on Cygnosa (ROC) link Upon the Wind (UTW) link Ebon Rebirth (ER) link Punisher's Keep (PK) link
INTERMEDIATE: 34-36 point characters (Recommend 2-3 per party) Island of Lost Spells (ILS) link Wolves on The Rhine (WOR) link The Crown of Kings (COK) link Sewers of Redpoint (SOR) link The Thing in The Lake (TIL) link
ADVANCED: 37-38 point characters Fire in the Streets (FITS) link Gates to The Underworld (GTU) link The Dark Vale (TDV) link Shadows in The Dark (SITD) link
VETERAN: 38+ point characters Emerald Twilight (ET) link