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    Kushite Witch Hunters
    Ball-pteor
    Black Dragons
    Yogath of Yag
    Kithai
    Stygia
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  1. Looks awesome. I soooo want to play on that map!!!!
  2. Good question, I can see how this isn't clear. Heroes need to win the scenario to keep the crown, although the one carrying the crown doesn't have to exit the building (unless it is Hadrathus). Hadrathus gets to keep the spellbook even if they lose. After I'm done working on the Tome of Skelos, I plan on revisiting Whispers from Stygia to tighten up the campaign, add Dan's bonus scenario, and add solo mode to all the scenarios. It will probably take a while to get this done, but it is in the works.
  3. Wow, that is sweet! Very helpful.
  4. I love this app, I'm so glad it's back. Will you be adding the new maps from Conan the Conqueror?
  5. Glad tidings from the Nemedian Chroniclers! Mitra appeared to us in lotus dreams (as we have been indulging in much lotus lately) and commanded us to deliver to you a very special Chronicle. During weeks of isolation in our web shrouded towers, we collaborated across the gulfs of space and time to weave for you a chilling tale of sorcery and betrayal that sets into motion the adventure found in the Tome of Skelos. What sinister events transpired to bewitch the sea captain and drive him to madness? The answer may lay back in the village… Written by Dan Mauric, “Back in the Village” serves as an introduction to the solo/ co-op campaign found in the upcoming Tome of Skelos. This free download does not replace any content of the Tome. It is a gift for the faithful and fanatical supporters of The Conqueror Kickstarter to help weather the strange season we find ourselves in. This new scenario uses only Core Box components and offers suggestions for adding a 4th player. We’ve also included some additional hero options in case some don’t return to the ship… Hopefully these pages will satiate your curiosity and bolster your morale while you await the delivery of your completed Tome. CONAN_Back_In_The_Village.pdf Kushite Character Sheets.pdf
  6. Wow, that is awesome! It must be so fun to play on a board like that.
  7. Wow. Just wow. I love the purple gradients. These are amazing. I am officially jealous.
  8. No, I haven't tried converting any other official scenarios, although I am in the middle of converting the Whispers from Stygia campaign into solo/co-op mode. As for tips, here are a few: Set the game up as regular adventure mode and start playing. When you get to the Overlord's turn, apply the targeting mechanism from the solo/co-op rules. If you find the Overlord unit's actions have a lot of ambiguity, or they don't make sense, focus your efforts on creating a rule to address that problem. Make sure you create a rule for every Overlord decision that needs to be made. Also, make sure you maintain a high level of pressure on the heroes.
  9. Originally I didn't think I would care for the 1v1 system, but it is growing on me. I prefer this KS rather than Batman because I like the Conan IP better and the minis can be used in other game systems. The progress of this campaign has disappointed me, since I have no doubt that the next Conan KS would be the adventure mode Red Nails that we all wanted. What really has me upset is the attitude I saw from people wishing ill-will on Monolith. Instead of voting with their wallets and not buying it, they started screaming from the rooftops that Monolith should fail and/or go out of business. And it wasn't just casual commenting, there were people camping out to shout down anyone who tried to remain positive. There is a difference between expressing an opinion and aggressively trying to sabotage a campaign. As a fan, I put a lot of effort into making fan-made scenarios for this community, and now I feel like this community stabbed me in the back.
  10. Absolutely, that would be great! For our last campaign, Whispers from Stygia, someone with the username Chips on the French forum translated. You might want to reach out to him for help/advice.
  11. Chronicles of Vengeance "Know, oh Prince, that in the early days of Conan's reign as King in Aquilonia, deep ran the inevitable streams of offense. Real or imagined, in all corners of the kingdom, sulked those whose pride, fortune or self was wounded in one manner or another by the Cimmerian's meteoric ascent to power." These scenarios are meant to be played as a campaign where the players accumulate equipment, spells, and other elements. It follows the solo/cooperative rules laid out in the Monolith Source Book published by Modiphius Entertainment for rules such as Overlord activations, hero targeting, Overlord re-rolls, and allowed skills. Please note that the Campaign rules for Chronicles of Vengeance differ from the Monolith Source Book campaign, The Lost Scrawlings of Skelos. This campaign requires the Conan Core game as well as the following expansions: King’s Pledge Stygia Khitai Nordheim Forbidden Places and Pits of Horror (Modiphius tiles) Perilous Ruins and Forgotten Cities (Modiphius tiles) Chronicles of Vengeance introduces a new archetype: the Summoner. Summoners are Sorcerers who turned to the darker arts. In addition to the standard Sorcerer options, Chronicles of Vengeance offers new printable character sheets in an appendix for Summoners, as well as for playable Demons. Chronicles of Vengeance was written by the Nemedian Chroniclers, a group of fans dedicated to making high quality Conan scenarios. If you enjoy playing these scenarios, please leave a comment letting us know, or feel free to share tales and photos of your adventures. Download Chronicles of Vengeance Print Version Chronicles of Vengeance Print.pdf Download Chronicles of Vengeance Web Version Chronicles of Vengeance Web.pdf Download Chronicles of Vengeance Appendix Print Version (Letter - US) Chronicles of Vengeance Appendix.pdf
  12. I don't know if this has been discussed, but if looks like kits will be available for the monster boxes. Being an all-in MBP backer, I already have the minis, but I will probably go this route so I can write Adventure Mode campaigns using some of these monsters.
  13. I know this app isn't getting a lot of acknowledgement here, but this app is fantastic for both designing and playing scenarios. I have already found it very useful (as well as the other site Footballzs mentioned). I love the fan dedication to this game. I love the idea of adding scenarios to this app. Since you already added the ability for the user to mark which products they have, if you include sort/filter functionality for the scenarios, it would help people a lot. As a creator of fan-made scenarios, I would love it if you included some fan-made scenarios, but quality control for that might be a significant task. Have you shared this on the Conan Facebook groups? Also, are you planning on adding anything for the upcoming solo/coop mode?
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