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Author Topic: Making hirelings go into the dungeon  (Read 544 times)


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Re: Making hirelings go into the dungeon
« Reply #30 on: April 08, 2021, 06:09:21 AM »
Still, taking a company or battalion in to storm a dungeon doesn't feel like the way I want to play regularly.
My players usually opted for taking six guards with them into dungeons. Just enough to boost them with things like Inspiring Leader and still have a blocking wall to control monster movement to a fair degree.