|#1zombiegleemaxJun 25, 2004 23:17:47||I'm sitting here looking at my small armies of hill, frost, and fire giants, thinking what a great time this is to run the greatest module in D&D history: GDQ1-7.|
Oh, and by the way, Lareth the Beautiful and Mordenkainen are pretty sweet, too!!
Now where's my Village of Hommlet??
|#2VFultsJun 26, 2004 14:28:39||Yep. GoL was a great set for game masters; so many classic creatures and some great npcs to use. My giant pulls were very good: 3 frost giants, 2 fire giants, King Snurre, 2 cloud giants, and a storm giant. Combined with the 3 hill giants from the last set and my ogres from Harbinger, my players will be very busy once they get up to the level for Against the Giants.|
|#3zombiegleemaxJun 26, 2004 14:34:51||Any chance that WOTC will update some of the classic modules so that we can use these minis?|
Does anyone have a Lord Soth?
|#4GreysonJun 28, 2004 13:31:58||I have two Lareth the Beautifuls, one Mordenkainen and one Lord Soth. I thnk all three of them are pretty cool. Laterth is my favorite. I also got three Scarlet Brotherhood Monks, which are okay. They are just bald, blue-eyed, shirtless white guys with a red sash in a martial arts pose. I think they could have done better with them.|
|#5MortepierreJun 28, 2004 15:49:25|
Originally posted by Amaron Blackthorn
Especially since Kenzer & Co has received permission to "convert" them to Hackmaster
|#6ElendurJun 28, 2004 16:47:07||Where is Lareth the Beautiful from?|
|#7HalberkillJun 28, 2004 17:26:43|
Originally posted by Elendur
T1-4 Temple of Elemental Evil
though this mini is more particularly the version of Lareth as he appears in this module:
Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil
|#8HalberkillJun 28, 2004 17:28:31|
Originally posted by Mortepierre
Being that the LG campaign has been listing some of these minis for use in their adventures, a recurring character from a module is possible.