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1.00 for around 4 of them. Yes, I clinched a deal. This amazing quick snack of Corn treated with salt, red chilli powder and lime juice (except for the butter, lol). The taste is heavenly and leaves you with a lip smacking feeling at the end. Masala Bhutta is very popular street food in Malls, Streets et al in India. The vendor would have his rickety cart laden with all the goodies. 1 minute and the vendor would quickly swish through all the ingredients, dump the spicy mix with hot corn and hand it over in a cute paper cup with an even cuter spoon. Need I say more! Thaw the corn in microwave for 2-4 minutes or simply remove from fridge and keep it out for 1/2 hour. Melt butter in saucepan, add the corn, mix in all the ingredients except for the lime juice. Give a good toss. Transfer to your favorite serving bowl, add a dash of lime juice and chew on the buttery goody.
The Blue Dragon Encounter is Tricky: In the battle with Lennithon the blue dragon, many DMs placed a ballista on the wall for the PCs to use to fire on Lennithon. This helps give the PCs incentive to actually engage the dragon. Otherwise they may feel (rightly) that they have no chance against it and will not even try to engage it. Lennithon appears again in Xonthal's tower in Rise of Tiamat, so note any special scars or moments that occur. The dragon can seek revenge later if a PC shoots it in the eye. The Duel: In the duel with the half-dragon Langdedrosa, it is not important if the PC wins and kills him. The half-dragon appears again in Episode 3 simply as a monster in a room. That said, this is a very hard fight. Hoard co-author Steve Winter has basically said that the point of this encounter is for the PC to lose and to be humiliated so that the players truly hate the cult. Consider your players before choosing to run this. I just skipped it.
If you do run it, you may want to warn your PCs as they size him up that he looks extremely tough and possibly unbeatable so that they know going in that defeat is likely. You may also want to consider having Langdedrosa giving the PC a scar - a permanent memento of their fateful encounter. The problem with all this is that Langdedrosa is meant to be killed in episode 3. All this build-up for that? The Red Wizard: You may want to have Azbara Jos, the Red Wizard, be in the camp. It is mentioned later that he is here. He is a red wizard and a liason to the red wizards. He will later join the caravan in episode 4. It is noted in the author errata that Azbara hangs out in Rezmir's command tent. The Leader Tent: The adventure wants you to make it impossible to affect the tent of the leaders which is where Rezmir, Frulam, Langdedrosa and Azbara Jos are.
You may just want to not even call attention to it to avoid an awkward situation, if that matters to you. Does it matter if the PCs (somehow) kill these people? Rezmir: She is the big leader (one of the five Wyrmspeakers), and plays into chapter 6 and chapter 8. She is so powerful that I don't think your PCs can take her down. The PCs might get clever and steal one of her items, like the sword Hazirawn or even the black dragon mask. Frulam Mondath: She is a wearer of purple. She is meant to be killed in Chapter 3. It's not the end of the world if she dies here. Langdedrosa: He is just a dude in Chapter 3, no big deal if he dies now. Azbara Jos: This guy shows up in many future chapters, he's ultimately meant to die in chapter 8. He works for a guy named Rath Modar, a red wizard who wants to use Tiamat for his own nefarious ends.