Author Topic: Unfinished Module posted to UA Archive - The City of Antonia  (Read 857 times)

Offline Mannast

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Unfinished Module posted to UA Archive - The City of Antonia
« on: August 10, 2011, 11:31:24 AM »
Hey FRUA-ites - I was going through my piles of unfinished UA stuff and decided that I should at least get this reletively playable module out into daylight.  "The City of Antonia" is a module for beginning players set in my (usual) World of Thellium.  My goal was to have a good starter module for a campaign set in the central lands of my campaign world.  The module has two complete plot lines and should provide some meaningful enjoyment, if for only a few minutes.  I am only now realizing that my descriptive document I included was not in the proper format.  If I don't see it on the archive, I will redo the text file and repost it.
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Re: Unfinished Module posted to UA Archive - The City of Antonia
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2011, 01:03:05 PM »
Hey Mannast,

if the game is unfinished, how will we know that it's over?

Is there some kind of improvised ending, or will the player simply be stuck?
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Re: Unfinished Module posted to UA Archive - The City of Antonia
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2011, 01:23:21 AM »
Good point.  As the module did not show up on the Archive, I am going to take this opportunity to beg forgiveness.  Maybe I should give a stab at wrapping the module up in some way.  Of course few of my modules have an actual end...
Mannast (aka J. Romane)
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Designs -
Astranna
Darklands
Westlands of the High King
Xalderon's Journey
Mid-Level Crisis