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Vor Rukoth

Greg Bilsland

Vor Rukoth

an ancient ruins adventure site : roleplaying game supplement

by Greg Bilsland

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Published by Wizards of the Coast in [Renton, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vor Rukoth (Imaginary place),
  • Dungeons and Dragons (Game),
  • Handbooks, manuals

  • About the Edition

    The ruined city of Vor Rukoth has been rediscovered and draws heroes and villains in search of treasure.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesDungeons & Dragons
    StatementGreg Bilsland
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1469.62.D84 B55 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24861693M
    ISBN 10078695549X
    ISBN 109780786955497
    LC Control Number2011380916
    OCLC/WorldCa664603487


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Once a stronghold of the tiefling empire of Bael Turath, Vor Rukoth has fallen into ruin and become a haven for monsters. Within its vaults, the treasures and mysteries of Bael Turath wait to be unearthed. In addition to an adventure location, Vor Rukoth holds many hours of excitement and adventure.4/5(27).

Vor Rukoth book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A ready-to-use adventure location for any Dungeons & Dragons® an 4/5(25). Vor Rukoth is a supplement that details the tiefling city of Vor Rukoth as an adventure site.

It features dozens of adventure hooks, a variety of unique items and threats, and a full-color, double-sided battle map.

In it you’ll find threats for adventures from 5th to 15th level, making Vor Rukoth a location that characters can visit again and again. Once the gem of the tiefling. Unfortunately, July marked the end of EWizards' short-book experiment, with Vor Rukoth and HS2: "Orcs of Stonefang Pass" being the last two publications in the line.

Wizards said that book stores didn't like the saddle-stitched books because of the lack of printed spines — an irony for an industry built on books of that format, from the /5(2). Vor Rukoth: An Ancient Ruins Adventure Site for D&D: James Wyatt: Books - 3/5(1). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Vor Rukoth: An Ancient Ruins Adventure Site for D&D (4th Edition D&D) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

Vor Rukoth presents a fully detailed, ready-to-use fortress ruin, complete with secret locations, maps, adventure hooks, monster and NPC statistics, ready-to-play encounters, and a full-color, double-sided battle map. The book is perfect for Dungeon Masters looking for a mysterious adventure location that fits instantly and easily into their 4/5(25).

Book Summary: The title of this book is Vor Rukoth and it was written by Greg Bilsland. This particular edition is in a Paperback format.

This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Wizards of the Coast and has a total of 32 pages in the : : Vor Rukoth: An Ancient Ruins Adventure Site for D&D (4th Edition D&D) () by Greg Bilsland and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(25).

The new monsters are presented in the new MM3 format, and are sprinkled throughout the book, adding details to the various geographical notes on locations throughout Vor Rukoth. The artwork in Vor Rukoth is fresh and pleasantly drawn, and it appears that there were several new illustrations commissioned specifically to enhance this gaming.

Vor Rukoth is the more exploratory of the two because it goes "off the map", describing a city distant from the known parts of the Nentir Vale. Besides detailing the geography of the city, Vor Rukoth also introduces several NPC factions. The idea of factions dates back to the d20 Modern line () and was now being well-used in D&D itself /5(2).

What book is it from. Anything interesting you’d wanna share. level 2. Original Poster 5 points 17 days ago. It’s called ‘Vor Rukoth: an ancient ruins adventure site” and it’s a book that gives an overview of the various areas in an ancient ruined city.

Moving on to the book itself, Vor Rukoth begins with a page and a half introducing the city and giving some background information about it. The gist of it being that Vor Rukoth was a city of the Bael Turath Empire and, in the waning days of the war with Arkosia, it was overrun by devils in a desperate attempt to save the city from the Dragons.

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The Vor Rukoth book is still pretty vague about the history of Bael Turath (and even the history of Vor Rukoth to an extent) but these sentences might interest you: During the long and violent war with the dragonborn empire of Arkhosia, the powerful humans of Bael Turath—nobles, wealthy merchants, spellcasters, and priests—underwent a.

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Adventures for which maps are included in the collection include: Tomb of Horrors (4E) Vor Rukoth (4E) Demon Queen's Enclave (4E) Death's Reach (4E) The Book of Vile Darkness (4E) Kingdom of the Ghouls (4E) Dungeon. Vor Rukoth was one of the most important cities of Bael Turath (was the city were the sister of the first tiefling emperor lived, according to the Vor Rukoth book), and is way south of the Nentir Vale, what would mean the Arkhosians literally founded enclaves at the other extreme of the tiefling empire.

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Named cities of Bael Turath include Vor Kragal (from Dragon #), Vor Rukoth (from the setting book of that name), and Harrak Unarth (from Dragon #). It's implied that Vor Kragal was the empire's capital at one point. Vor Kragal was buried under ash because of the magic of an elementally-aligned noble house (Zolfura - or possibly a dragon.

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As a followup to this thread in which I discuss my basic idea for an upcoming sandbox/metaplot hybrid, I'm wondering what examples are out there--published or really good websites--of sandbox settings.

A few that I know of and own: Wilderlands of High Fantasy - Lost City of Barakus - Vor Rukoth - Kingmaker (Pathfinder) Of course any number of settings can .