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Subject: Starting level and Flying carpet rss

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Tom Hernandez
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I have some questions that most will probably think are basic.

1. When starting each adventure, do your characters go back to 1st level? i.e we just finished adventure 2, and want to proceed directly to adventure 3. Do we go back to 1st level?

2. Does the Flying Carpet count as a marker for purposes of traps? It is called a marker in the description, and traps say if there is a marker present to discard the trap.

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Chad Miller
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Yes and yes.

The Adventures are entirely independent from each other unless you're playing with the optional campaign rules (which also change some other stuff like how treasure works)
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Rhys Corlett
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1. Yes, unless you're playing the campaign missions from later in the book.

2. Funny rule - but yes. You're flying around them, I guess.
 
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Baker Odom
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SlebRittie wrote:
Yes and yes.

The Adventures are entirely independent from each other unless you're playing with the optional campaign rules (which also change some other stuff like how treasure works)


I highly recommend playing the entire book as a campaign. My group has been doing this. While we don't play WoA every week when we do come back to it having the equipment and levels from the previous play helps give the game more of a sense of continuity.
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