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Revision as of 21:33, 27 February 2021

Age of Ulstryx is a three-chapter campaign that serves as the tutorial/introduction to Wildermyth.

Warning: this page contains spoilers!
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Chapter 1

The warrior and the hunter fight their first foe: a Roe. The mystic fights their first foe: a rager.

At the end of the chapter, the party explores a silent town and discovers the origin of the Gorgon threat.

Chapter 2

In the years of peace that followed, a hero studies the Epicryst and determines the party's next moves.

There is a limited amount of time to complete this chapter. The starting time is 300 days, but clearing out Gorgon sites will add time. If the player runs out of time, the game jumps directly to the final battle of the chapter.

Chapter 3

The region has experienced massive flooding in the interim years. An unlikely group of people meet with the party to discuss what's going on, and they tell the heroes to go find a particular woman, who will explain what to do.

In this chapter, some of the tiles begin flooded, and a new tile will flood every 100 days. Flooded tiles provide no resources and movement through them is significantly slowed.