Halls of Undermountain (4e) – Beneath the streets of Waterdeep, a sinister dungeon awaits adventurers brave enough to face its perils. Created. Halls of Undermountain is a page hardcover book that presents a ready-to use dungeon detailing over eighty locations. The adventure offers a way for. Review of Halls of Undermountain by Wizards of the Coast. If you’ve ever had a character or two in the Forgotten Realms, prior to D&D 4E.

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Other books in the series. The artwork is incredibly well-done and appears to be many new illustrations specifically designed for the adventure setting.

Tower of Zenopus: Halls of Undermountain 4E – A Review

Hal Cavnaugh rated it hxlls it Feb 02, As I mentioned, my group never wanted to play DnD. I found it easy to “scale” things up or down to be appropriate to the party.

I didn’t read the older Undermountain supplements before 4ebut my hopes where high because of its strong reputation. I’ll take it, and likely use it sooner or later, but it would have been that much better though if it had been volume one of a new series.

Scott Sutherland rated it really liked it Jul 27, The players loved it. You are commenting using your Facebook account. How useful is this as a resource for people who already have the older Undermountain material? A mark of a lazy DM.


Halls of Undermountain: A 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons Supplement

Hardcover1 page. Dave Kirlin rated it it was amazing Dec 06, On the reverse and on another 2-sided poster map are really nicely done battlemap tile poster images for several of the more interesting rooms and for the famous Yawning Portal tavern.

I don’t find this particularly useful. Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, The book logically links to the upcoming Underdark and Drow content, such as the Dungeoneer’s book. I imagine this name means many different things to many different players.

Production Quality The production quality of Halls of Undermountain is excellent, with an engaging writing style and plenty of details, as well as a logical presentation of materials for ease of use of the product. Friday, 2nd April, In the dark chambers, they hunger for victims th plot the downfall of those who dwell on the streets above.

Where I feel the product was wanting was in the price point, and the contents. The book contains details about the history of Undermountain, and three adventures indermountain in the first level of this massive super-dungeon, along with two poster maps of the dungeon and encounter areas.

Many iconic locations are still faithfully represented and the layouts are not presented in a way that are very instruction heavy. There were so many books before this. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. This content is really very good and does a great job of making this more of a story and dynamic adventure and less of a boring dungeon crawl. Sam rated it it was amazing Oct 18, Following this section is a listing of the various ways into the Undermountain, with such as the Long Dark Stair and the Grim Passage.


In my group, I was the only one. Open Preview See a Problem? The size and thickness of the folded maps did give me a bit of trepidation as I slowly tore them out of the covers, being concerned that the thickness of that many layers might make them prone to tearing. Imagine if this had come out in Year 1 of 4E. Nov 16, Michael Beyer rated it really liked it.

Further, the authors provide the options for DMs to expand on the listed material, and make up Undermountain adventures of their own devising. I’ll have to check the maps and let you know, if I remember