The First Tale of Mirt In the Time After The Sundering | [circa 1492 DR, after the events of DEATH MASKS]
Mirt the Moneylender was the very first named Realms character, over 50 years ago. In this new tale of Mirt, the creator of the Forgotten Realms recounts what befell Waterdeep's oldest living Lord in the days after the novel DEATH MASKS, in Ormpur, the city of Saffron... ... [click here for more]
Scrolls and Books have recently been obtained from the sunken tower in the Chelimber swamp. These scrolls and books are to be delivered to SEER, an agent of the Lord's Alliance, who hopes that they may contain the secret to the Giant Runes to help protect Parnast from the Hill Giant, Bad Fruul. But is turns out that Bad Fruul is not the only threat East of the Gray Peaks mountains or that seeks ancient... [click here for more]
*This product is the Fantasy Grounds version of the DMs Guild adventure, Murder in Velen.The duchy of Velen is a bastion of law and order in an otherwise untamed land. Its ruler, Duke Calchais, holds his citizens and visitors to his city to a high standard of conduct. When Velen's harbormaster is murdered, the duke enlists the aid of adventurers to see that justice is served.... [click here for more]
The classic Advanced Dungeons & Dragons series returns!
This action-packed volume collects the first eight issues of the fan-favorite series by writer Dan Mishkin and artist Jan Duursema.
Collects Advanced Dungeons & Dragons #1-8
Note: This digital edition includes the PDF and EPUB versions of the book.
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In Death House, the optional mini-adventure presented as Appendix B: Death House in Curse of Strahd, as well as a free introductory adventure on the Wizards of the Coast website, there is a cult which is described as chanting particular phrases over and over again (see Areas 35 and 38).
This product contains 4 short audio tracks in mp3 format, one for each phrase the cult chants.... [click here for more]
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