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Pathfinder Module: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon Hardcover – 15 Jul 2014
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It consists of a small introduction, a page detailing the quests available and the amount in experience points, eleven pages of description of the small town - Fort Inevitable - where the characters will probably spend most of their off-fight time, a small bestiary at the end of the book and most of all the core of the book, a sixteen levels dungeon which will take the characters from level 1 to level 12.
The illustrations and the layout are very well designed, with a predominant green theme, and everything you need to play is fitted in quite nicely.
However, for more demanding Dungeon Masters, there's one aspect to take in consideration: due to its nature and idea behind (gather the best writers and have them collaborate in a '80s style superdungeon module), the feeling of the dungeon is that not every level thematically fits with each other.
This, together with a very thin plot that connects each dungeon, would result in some refining homework to be done for those who want to get the best out of it.
In other words, this module can be played as it is if you want to just play without thinking much, or can be expanded and perfected with more subplots if you'd like to give it some more depth.
I would give it 4.5 stars, due to this disjointed flavor of the dungeon.
A small curiosity, the aspect of the Fort presented in the module is based on an actually existing castle:
Castel del Monte in Apulia, Italy.