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Author Topic: LFR at Board Game Warriors - March 31st, 2013  (Read 513 times)
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« on: February 11, 2013, 06:36:32 PM »

To all heroic tier LFR adventurers!

On Sunday, March 31st, 2013 from 1PM to 5PM I will be running MYRE3-1 The Armageddon Echo for levels 4-7 - Part III. This game will take place at the usual spot, Board Game Warriors!

In ancient days, elves ruled a great empire in the North called Illefarn. This empire fractured when the last Coronal of the elves led the retreat to Evermeet. Illefarn split into the nations of Ardeep, Iliyanbruen, and Rilitha. These kingdoms each fell in turn over the centuries, with the last of the elves leaving Ardeep for Evermeet over a century ago.

The lost ruins of one of the cities holds a terrible secret and an ancient shame. Desperate elves and eladrin find themselves unable to keep this secret to themselves so they must seek outsiders for aid. One day you are approached by a well dressed eladrin, "Sirs...I have a puzzle that only you, the brave and battle harden souls that you obviously are, can answer. What are the drow after, and why do they seek it in the ruins of Iliyanbruen?" A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in the Savage North for characters of the Heroic tier (levels 4-7).

Please Register for this game at:
http://www.meetup.com/The-Board-Gamers-of-Central-Vancouver/events/101503162/
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