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D&D Encounters: Murder in Baldur's Gate


6:30 pm Registration / 7:00 pm Start

For this season, players will be creating their characters using the following books: Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms, Heroes of the Fallen Lands and the 4E Player’s Handbook.

Wealth flows into the city of Baldur’s Gate like water. As the rich luxuriate in their mansions atop the bluff and artisans ply their trades on the steep streets, masses of poor laborers swell the slums. Money and power beget political scandal, religious fervor, crime . . . and murder. No one feels safe on the rain-darkened streets. Strange, foreign gods are beseeched in secret shrines. The city is rife with corruption. And through it all, the body count keeps rising.

Murder in Baldur's Gate presents the city in the time of the Sundering, a period that will define the future of the Forgotten Realms.

Murder in Baldur's Gate allows characters to participate in important events connected to the Sundering and glimpse the future of the Forgotten Realms.

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  • Jerry L.

    Is this the beginning of the New round or has this started already?

    October 2, 2013

    • Jerry L.

      I am thinking of bringing my nephew and he has never played before and he is quite young (7).

      October 2, 2013

    • Jay

      We're smack in the middle of this season...about 7 sessions left and the characters are mostly level 2. This is a very different sort of campaign - city-based and uses a lot of role playing and diplomacy. Not sure if a 7-year old would grab hold of the plot very well and might get bored with long sessions of just talking.

      October 3, 2013

  • Dan

    I'm afraid I can't make it tonight. I'll be back next week.

    October 2, 2013

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