Reviews of Glitterdoom and The Fey Sisters' Fate on Geekdad

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Reviews of Glitterdoom and The Fey Sisters' Fate on Geekdad

Post by michaelcurtis » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:06 am

There was a very brisk run on the two premier Fifth Edition Fantasy adventures that debuted at Gen Con 2014 (and copies of each may or may not have made their way into the hands of some esteemed members of the D&D Next Dev Team). There's a nice review of both adventures up over on Geek Dad if you're interested in hearing what others have to say. And of course, both adventures areavailable as PDFs right now.
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Re: Reviews of Glitterboom and The Fey Sisters' Fate on Geek

Post by finarvyn » Wed Aug 20, 2014 2:28 am

Nice! Good to hear some buzz about these.
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Re: Reviews of Glitterdoom and The Fey Sisters' Fate on Geek

Post by Machpants » Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:49 pm

Soo where are they available as PDFs? Can't see them on the store and, really, I am keen on print!

EDIT: Ah I see on RPGNow. That really needs to be on the front page announcements on the GG site.
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