Here it is! The third and final part of this setting module about Hill Dwarves. I hope I’ve given you something to work with, maybe helping you make Hill Dwarves a little more than the boring cousins of Mountain Dwarves.
This section will detail the Northern Taiga, that wild land north of the Fenglennary Highlands. The focus of this post will be adventure ideas and lore. Please enjoy!
(Snowy Forest – Andreas Achenbach)
The Northern Taiga
North of the Fenglennary Highlands
Finally! I’ve struggled through this post due to some writer’s block, but here it is. First, however, if you don’t mind clicking here and voting on that poll, I’d be appreciative. That is the first post I’ve ever done on the blog, and I still look to that poll to lead the content. So if you haven’t voted on what you’d like to see, please do so!
In this second part, I will go into detail about the Hill Dwarf town of Trobal’Brae and the people and places you can find within.
These two posts together should provide you with a good setting springboard for an adventure or two, or as a place to stick somewhere in your hex crawl. As always, feedback and suggestions are not only welcome but urged.
The third and final post will focus on the northern wilds, called The Taiga, expanding on the adventure oppurtunities.
What is there to say about the Trobal’brae? Everything’s muddy; the streets, the dogs, the dwarves, even the ale. I suppose it’s also home.
-Gwil Goldensong, King of the Fenglennarry Highlands
Quick update to let you know that they’ve released the first version of the basic rules of Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition for free, here. I’m very excited to get to read over these!
Still working on future content. Work has me, well, working, so I apologize for the dearth of updates.