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A popular shop or shrine might expand, while a disused building might collapse into the ground, never to be seen again except, perhaps, by adventurers willing to brave the mish-mash of lost buildings in the Undercity. The main component is the page Campaign Guide describing the city of Gloomwrought and some other locations of note in the Shadowfell the contents of the book will be discussed in more detail below.

There are also two pages of tokens, which are primarily NPCs from some of the Gloomwrought factions and the encounters presented in the Encounter Book. Finally, there is a card Despair Deck that is used to represent the mental effects of the plane on the characters. Basically, every time you take an extended rest, you discard any Despair cards you have, and then draw a new one there are some other specific encounters that can hand out Despair cards.

The cards come in three flavors Apathy, Fear, and Madness and hand out some sort of penalty to the character. The aesthetic aspects of Shadowfell were fine, but uninspiring. There were several editing errors in the body text incorrect spelling, missing word, text not matching map, etc. With a variety of temples and trials, Letherna is the most developed of these locations and, to me at least, the most interesting.

Almost all of entries are in the Paragon tier. Encounter Book — The encounter book provides encounters that tie in with various plot hooks presented in the Campaign Guide. The focus on the Paragon tier could make it a handy pickup for a DM who is specifically looking for more challenges in that level range.

Even though the general feel of the book is that the PCs will be visiting the Shadowfell, rather than being from the Shadowfell, this was a bit of an absence for me.

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[Let's Read] The Shadowfell: Gloomwrought and Beyond (4e)

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Review – The Shadowfell: Gloomwrought and Beyond (D&D 4E)

The Shadowfell contains information a Dungeon Master needs to run adventures set in Gloomwrought, a city in the plane known as the Shadowfell. It was officially released in May, John ONeill of Black Gate commented: "I have high hopes that this will usher in the return of the boxed adventure. But even if it doesn't, I'm very glad to have this one. My advice: grab it before it too becomes a collector's item. Within the Points of Light world, Shadowfell would have been a nice companion to "Gazetteer: The Nentir Vale", but unfortunately that book had disappeared from Wizards' schedule late in


The Shadowfell: Gloomwrought and Beyond: A 4th edition Dungeons & Dragons Supplement

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