One of the cornerstone entities of fantasy are the fey. Oddly, I don't remember coming across many adventures using them. I remember being a child and looking through the old AD&D 1st ed Monster Manual and seeing a particularly shady looking brownie by a tree and a admirably motivated sprite attacking the shin/calf of a human. Where are all these creatures now? I've generally used these little muther *CENSORED* to inflict all manner of pain on PC's through harassment and equipment sabotage. Granted, the only time the fey showed up is when my silly players decided to overtly offend the forest spirits, but hey, it was their call. But again, other than Beyond the Crystal Cave, any adventures? _________________ No one ever suspects the gnomes
Dungeon Magazine #01, The Elven Home - Features elves and a troublesome treant;
Dungeon Magazine #5, The Rotting Willow - Boggarts!;
Dungeon Magazine #54, Redcap's Rampage - Pits the PCs against a redcap (evil fey);
Also, from the World of Greyhawk boxed set (or the City of Greyhawk boxed set - sorry, I don't remember which these came from), there are a couple of short adventure cards featuring fey: Dark Heart of the Oak - Spriggan; and Tamara Belongs to Me - Elves, Korred, and Centaurs, oh, my!
Check out this page for a quick overview of old issues of Dungeon Magazine and you may find more.
Beyond the Crystal Cave has one or more troublesome leprechauns in it, but be sure to note what can very likely happen to your campaign when playing that adventure so far a time is concerned. _________________ - Moderator/Admin (in some areas)/Member -
As far as I recall, Bloodstone Pass takes place in the FR, not in Greyhawk. So, I'm curious as to what "claim to Oerth" you are referring?
The circus ringmaster on page four announces "The greatest show on Oerth...", a lone GH reference putting Bloodstone Pass on par with Baltron's Beacon and Lost Island of Castanamir.
If only the third Bloodstone module hadn't been swept up in the great retcon plundering of the H, N, I, and OA series modules to bolster the new FR product line, Bloodstone Pass would doubtless have been fully canonized into Greyhawk by later fans, Paizo, or the LG triads.
On a side note, I always thought it was funny that FR adopted the tally of years from the first two Bloodstone modules, basing the timeline for an entirely new setting around the arbitrary dates in a generic module.
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