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Once upon a time, you died and went to hell. Then came the End Times. Rather than crumbling to the invading armies of daemons, humanity fought back. Now they have invaded Hell and broken it's armies. Satan lies dead, killed by several anti-shipping missiles, and his Lords squabble and fight each other. Hell, or at least the city of Dis and the surrounding areas, are under the control of the Republic of the Abyss. But Hell is vast, and the tortured are free. Now, you must make of your un-life what you will, because not even all the forces of man can truly occupy a place as inhospitable to the living as Hell. All the while, the forces of God wait and watch for their moment to strike.
Session planning help
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im a first time DM for a group of 5 new players in a DnD 5e campaign. the party became wanted criminals very early in the game and are now only a few experience points away from lvl 3. the first boss they fought was a novice necromancer and his small armada of skeletons in a tomb who was intended to be a reoccurring enemy, they abducted and forced him fight/adventure with them at spear point. a couple of sessions ago, i had the headmaster of the wizard academy the necromancer studied at take the necromancer to stand trail for practicing taboo magic. the party was clearly outmatched and couldn't do much to stop a arch-mage. now the party got word of the public execution in the country's capital city which the NPC is going to be killed at. they managed to infiltrate the city through the sewer system and have a full 24 in game hours till the execution. they have shown me that they are more than willing to drop everything to rescue the NPC despite the obvious risks and obstacles ive thrown at them.
my question is how do i make this a memorable and enjoyable encounter? should the party even succeed considering the massive disadvantage theyr at being so low leveled? what puzzles,obstacles,opportunities should i create so its not just combat? what kind of vibe should i create as the event approaches?
i just want it to be satisfying because its been building up to this for a while. the campaigns story has been put on hold because they are so dead set on this, but thats not to say that im not enjoying it going off the rails for a while. i appreciate any help or suggestions you guys got for me. feel free to ask for any info on the campaign and characters.
WIP - Painting/Sculpting/Converting General
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No WIP thread on /tg/?!? Emperor's Teeth! That's HERESY!!!
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DRAWTHREAD: Battle-Butts Edition
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Post any art requests you have ITT. Keep in mind, the drawfriends are doing this for fun, so do not be surprised or upset if they gloss over your post. The artists are here to draw what they WANT to draw, not what you THINK should be drawn.
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