Sunday, 6 August 2017

Neverwinter Nights NWN Best Adventure Modules Campaigns

Neverwinter Nights NWN Best Adventure Modules Campaigns


• Baldur's Gate for Neverwinter Nights (Overview of sweeping epics)

• The Bastard of Kosigan: Exile of the West by Cerutti (Introduction & Walkthrough) (Installation Instructions)

• Neverwinter Nights Original Campaign by BioWare (Critical Commentary)

• Hordes of the Underdark by BioWare (Full Commentary & Pro-tips)

• Cormyrean Nights by Servilan (Introductory Commentary)

11 comments:

  1. Nice selection... I only suggest trying (and maybe adding) Shadowlords, Dreamcatcher, and Demon, the trilogy of Adam Miller. It starts decent (Shadowlords is ok) and becomes better as the story progresses (I liked Dreamcatcher a lot).

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    1. Yeah, there are quite a few Vault entries that could be added to this list, in time; it's certainly not exhaustive and I have a long way to go.

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    2. Absolutely, that was just a suggestion, because, you know, I'm always waiting for more!

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  2. Quick drive by comment, I'd concur that the Adam Miller series warrants a look, very nicely done with early nwn1 resources.

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  3. Hi. I'm new to playing custom mods, so I'd really appreciate your help here. I'm looking for very good modules that would allow me to continue playing my character from OC (story-wise continuity is a plus, but not necessary), and would allow progression up to around lvl 35-40. Any suggestions?

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    1. The three-part Aribeth's Redemption takes you to about 22nd level and the three-part Sands of Fate takes you all the way to 40th.

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  4. I am really thankful for this list. I installed NWN again a few months ago and since then i am slowly working through this list.

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  5. I would suggest a Trilogy called Blackguard. Is one of the best written stories in NWN. It does tend to start slowly in the first module but it picks up in second and the third. You play as an evil character on the path to become a Blackguard (quite similar to Path of Evil module from NWN2) and towards the end of module 3 you even encounter and fight heroes like Drizzt or Deekin.

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    1. I've played Blackguard but not to its completion. So yeah, I got put off by the slow start. According to Rogueknight 333 (author of the award-winning Swordflight) its combat encounter design is sort of optimized around AC, making it quite difficult. Thus, I may give it another whirl in the future.

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  6. hey all so ive had nwn&nwn2 for a long time and just started playing again. love this page and the wealth of info here.but just wondering where do i find these modules at that you speak of ? maybe its my google skills because im not finding them. any help would be much appreciated

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    1. Hi George! 99% of the mods and modules are found on neverwintervault.org. Direct links have been added to the entries in this post.

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