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20th May '16 1:56:09 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.

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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''.''Invisible Chains''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
19th May '16 10:49:10 AM Koveras
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* The 2nd edition of ''TabletopGame/MonsterOfTheWeek'' comes with two ready-to-run mysteries for beginner monster hunters: ''Dream Away the Time'', which pits them against an ogre marauding through a countryside town, and ''Damn Dirty Apes'', where they fight back lab monkeys who gained superpowers as a result of an experiment GoneHorriblyRight.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.

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* The 2nd edition of ''TabletopGame/MonsterOfTheWeek'' comes with two ready-to-run mysteries for beginner monster hunters: ''Dream Away the Time'', which pits them against an ogre marauding through a countryside town, and ''Damn Dirty Apes'', where they have to fight back lab monkeys who that gained superpowers as a result of an experiment GoneHorriblyRight.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the first one ever published original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1.store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
19th May '16 10:45:19 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available for free from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free Quickstart Guide includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Onto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later made available for free by Green Ronin.

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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Onto Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later made available released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free by Green Ronin.free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Numenera}} Core Rulebook'' contains three ready-made adventures, including one for first-tier characters called ''The Beale of Boregal'', which is explicitly recommended for new players starting a campaign.
19th May '16 5:47:04 AM Koveras
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* The 2nd edition of ''TabletopGame/MonsterOfTheWeek'' comes with two ready-to-run mysteries for beginner monster hunters: ''Dream Away the Time'', which pits them against an ogre marauding through a countryside town, and ''Damn Dirty Apes'', where they fight back lab monkeys who gained superpowers as a result of an experiment GoneHorriblyRight.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available for free from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free Quickstart Guide includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Onto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later made available for free by Green Ronin.
14th Apr '16 12:58:28 PM spiritsunami
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** An example from ''Lost Age'' that fits the "has something to offer later on" subtrope better is the Shrine of the Sea God, which can actually be accessed even before Kandorean Temple, but can't be explored very far. Exploring it as soon as you've finished Kandorean Temple nets you a very useful Djinni, but it also contains one of the {{MacGuffin}}s you need during the rather open-ended middle third of the game.

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** An example from ''Lost Age'' that fits the "has something to offer later on" subtrope better is the Shrine of the Sea God, which can actually be accessed even before Kandorean Temple, but can't be explored very far. Exploring it as soon as you've finished Kandorean Temple nets you a very useful Djinni, but it you also contains one of the {{MacGuffin}}s you need to revisit it somewhere during the rather open-ended middle third of the game.game (comprised of a bunch of quests that can be tackled in just about any order).
14th Apr '16 12:57:13 PM spiritsunami
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** An example from ''Lost Age'' that fits the "has something to offer later on" subtrope better is the Shrine of the Sea God, which can actually be accessed even before Kandorean Temple, but can't be explored very far. Exploring it as soon as you've finished Kandorean Temple nets you a very useful Djinni, but it also contains one of the {{MacGuffin}}s you need during the rather open-ended middle third of the game.
1st Feb '16 1:21:14 AM Karxrida
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is unique in that the very first Noob Cave, the Dreamyard is fought after the first gym. [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 The sequels]] had Floccesy Ranch, which is explored before your first gym.

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is unique in that the very first Noob Cave, the Dreamyard is fought after the first gym. [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 The sequels]] had Floccesy Ranch, which is explored before your first gym.
29th Dec '15 11:50:56 PM Anddrix
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* ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'' has the Brainiac Ship. Somewhat annoying since it is unskippable, you have to do it for every character, hero or villain, and the only variation is heroes and villains get a different VoiceWithAnInternetConnection and at the end you're greeted by either Franchise/{{Superman}} or SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor.

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* ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'' has the Brainiac Ship. Somewhat annoying since it is unskippable, you have to do it for every character, hero or villain, and the only variation is heroes and villains get a different VoiceWithAnInternetConnection and at the end you're greeted by either Franchise/{{Superman}} or SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor.ComicBook/LexLuthor.
6th Dec '15 6:13:54 PM MyFinalEdits
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** ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin2}}'' has the Emergence Cave, which only has the weakest enemies, as well as no bosses or hazards. It is also where you first get Purple Pikmin and has only 2 floors.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin2}}'' ''Pikmin 2'' has the Emergence Cave, which only has the weakest enemies, as well as no bosses or hazards. It is also where you first get Purple Pikmin and has only 2 floors.
6th Dec '15 5:17:24 PM Gingerkitteh
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** 2'' has the Emergence Cave, which only has the weakest enemies, as well as no bosses or hazards. It is also where you first get Purple Pikmin and has only 2 floors.

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** 2'' ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin2}}'' has the Emergence Cave, which only has the weakest enemies, as well as no bosses or hazards. It is also where you first get Purple Pikmin and has only 2 floors.
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