Neverwinter Campaign Setting: A 4th edition Dungeons & Dragons Supplement by Matt SernettReduced to ruins by supernatural cataclysms, Neverwinter rises from the ashes to reclaim its title as the Jewel of the North. Yet even as its citizens return and rebuild, hidden forces pursue their own goals and vendettas, any one of which could tear the city apart.
Neverwinter has long been one of the most popular locations in the Forgotten Realms® campaign world. This book presents a complete heroic-tier campaign setting that plunges players into the politics, skullduggery, and peril of a city on the brink of destruction or greatness. A wealth of information about Neverwinter and its environs is provided: maps, quests, encounters, and statistics -- everything a Dungeon Master needs for his heroic tier adventures.
Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of Neverwinter goes live on Facebook
I wasn't a Dungeon Master in middle school, I've never been to a tournament, and honestly I'm not even sure how the dice system works. Heroes of Neverwinter is a scaled-down experience compared to the board game it's based on 4th Edition rules , but it's huge for a Facebook game. The developers boast upwards of 50 dungeons with multiple difficulty levels, 40 monster types, and 30 skills. You can even design your own dungeons and have other users pay to play them once you hit the current level cap of To start your game, you'll log on via Facebook. From there, you name your character and choose from among four races, four classes, and a variety of color schemes.
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The city-state of Neverwinter has never been quite as social as it is in Atari's new turn-based tactical Facebook role-playing game, Heroes of Neverwinter. Wizards of the Coast and Atari are pushing the Forgotten Realms Neverwinter brand big time this year, with a new series of books by bestselling author R. Salvatore, a full-fledged co-op multiplayer role-playing game based on those books. Heroes of Neverwinter is the more social side of the initiative, but that doesn't mean it's your average Facebook game. Recruit them into your party and take on any number of turn-based adventures, the proper way to replicate the pen-and-paper experience on a PC. You'll gain levels, learn new skills, disarm traps, and basically do all the things you'd expect to do in a tactical RPG. Of course there are limitations.