What make so sad the Vyalia elves met on the shores of the Lake of Lost Dreams? Why the Ilyas, the peaceful fairy folks that inhabit the Island at the center of the lake, have stolen their golden statue? And who’s the mysterious Seer that lives on the island surrounded by the eternal mists?
This post is to rectify a grievous injustice: for a long time Gnomes in Mystara were considered mere monsters and mistreated and, even when, in following D&D editions, Gnomes became a playable race, but never in their real Mystaran shape. Don’t worry, here we are!
After the recovery of the first Eye of Traldar and the revelations of the elf Immeral, our story takes an unexpected turn and until now only a character has not had his own POV. The time to hear the story of the troubled past of Undir has come.
Be prepared for something absolutely unexpected.
Writing an adventure for level one Player Characters, now that’s a hard slog. So hard, in fact, that when I strain myself trying to get it right, it feels like my brain snaps in half. Seriously, how is it even possible to create Fight scenes for characters with less hit points than you have fingers on one hand, and still have them survive combat.
Some time ago, during a gaming event, I was asked why I play D&D, and especially why I play in Mystara. Well, if you’re reading this article maybe you know why I play D&D, simply because it is the best game ever. If you ask me why Mystara, well, then I’ll explain it as if you were a child who has never heard of it …