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Complete Adventures of M.T. Black Vol. I

Complete Adventures of M.T. Black Vol. I

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This collection contains all of the M.T. Black adventures published in 2016. You get fourteen critically acclaimed and best selling adventures for a super low price! This represents nearly two hundred pages of content and many many hours of gameplay. I'm offering this bundle for just $9.95! Follow me on twitter @MTBlack2567.

The following adventures are included in this collection -


Check out these all new 2017-2018 adventures -

Note that 2017 adventures are not included in "Complete Adventures Vol I".

 
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Tal A February 21, 2018 3:53 pm UTC
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Ran "Into Ivy Mansion" last night for a party of 5 level 3 characters (fighter, ranger, druid, warlock, rogue). Another excellent adventure in this great collection; players thoroughly enjoyed the variety of encounters and the atmosphere which was a mixture of amusing and creepy. Most combat encounters were of medium difficulty for a party of this size and level(party took one short rest; only one PC knockout occurred during the adventure) but required varying tactics. The players really enjoyed exploring the setting and figuring out exactly what was going on. Playtime was just shy of 3 hours. Highly recommended.
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Wanderer . January 24, 2018 7:28 pm UTC
When are planning to offer a Vol. II? I already purchased 5 of your adventures individually.
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Byron H January 04, 2018 11:16 pm UTC
What edition of D&D are these for? 1e?
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Jeandré D January 05, 2018 12:56 pm UTC
5e. Check the gray "Product Information" column on the right side of all product pages for edition and other information.
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Emily R December 16, 2017 6:27 pm UTC
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Hello! First I want to thank you for all the adventuring that you have provided my group with. Due to our mismatched schedules story continuity and long campaigns were out so we started doing your one shots and love them.
My only request is that for the full volume of works maybe there be a small cover-page type thing that gives a quick story blurb and character lvl recommendation. I find myself coming back online to look through all of the listed stories because it tends to be easier and quicker than trying to flip back and forth and decide which to run.

Cheers! Emily
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Marvin J December 15, 2017 10:07 am UTC
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Your adventures always are a highlight when I include them in my campaigns.

Will there be a collection of all your 2017 works, a Volume II?
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Daniel R December 10, 2017 12:50 am UTC
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Index sorted on LVL

Temple of the Nightbringers (lvl 1)
Giantslayer (lvl 1-2)
King of the Cats (lvl 1-2)
Tower of the Mad Mage (lvl 1-2)
Doorway to Darkness (lvl 2-3)
Wizard in a Bottle (lvl 2-3)
Terror at Triboar (lvl 2-3)
The Lurker Beneath Red Larch (lvl 3-4)
The Dawn Chasers (lvl 3-4)
Shadows on the Long Road (lvl 3-4)
Into Ivy Mansion (lvl 3-4)
Magic Village for Sale (lvl 4-5)
Little Shrine of Horrors (lvl 4-5)
Expedition to the Lost Peaks (lvl 5-7)
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Karlo B November 08, 2017 9:18 pm UTC
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Giantslayer is my favorite module to run by far, I have run it a couple of times with different friends and will be running it again for my siblings.
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M.T. B November 09, 2017 9:27 am UTC
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Thanks Karlo!
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Tom S November 08, 2017 3:15 pm UTC
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This is amazing! It's easy to read, prepare and run!
The only downside is some/most of the maps are hard to copy onto roll20.
Is there any way for me to get the high resolution maps?
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M.T. B November 08, 2017 7:48 pm UTC
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Thanks Tom! I didn't do hires versions of these maps, sadly. I do that for my newer adventures, but didn't back then.
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Tal A October 19, 2017 2:11 pm UTC
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Ran "Wizard in a Bottle" last night for a party of five level 2 characters (fighter, ranger, rogue, druid, warlock). We all had a great time - this is a really fun dungeon crawl with something interesting around every corner. Combat was solid for a party of this size and level. I did give the final boss 50 hit points instead of the suggested 10 in order to make than encounter more challenging. Total playing time was right around 3 hours - we ran out of time before we could really get into the role-playing section at the end. Since I'm running this as part of an ongoing campaign, I intend to let Amilya's re-integration play out as an ongoing subplot between adventures as opposed to playing it all at once. Incidentally, my players surprised me slightly by refusing to open the bottle until they had returned to civilization, which in retrospect makes sense.

One note for DMs: in preparing this adventure, it did occur to me that the party could easily complete the whole dungeon and not really...See more
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Xin S September 30, 2017 2:14 am UTC
So Im wondering is there a certain order to run the adventures like Giantslayer-Doorway to Darkness-Terror at Triboar?
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M.T. B October 15, 2017 7:37 pm UTC
CREATOR
That order is fine.

One good adventure path that will take your characters up to level 7 is TOTMM, DTD, IIM, MVFS, LSOH, ETTLP
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Antony M September 16, 2017 1:51 pm UTC
I'm interested in this package as the reviews are great and there seem to be a lot of different types of content here. I would like to know what sort of setting these adventures were designed with in mind? Are they gritty/low-magic, or more traditional medieval fantasy, or something else in flavour?
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M.T. B September 16, 2017 5:07 pm UTC
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They are all set in the Forgotten Realms, and reflect that classic high fantasy setting
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JASON M August 28, 2017 6:08 am UTC
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I'm about to start a new campaign for my players. I'm always bad at getting the ball rolling, is there an adventure or two in here that will work for some level 5 players?
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M.T. B August 28, 2017 6:13 am UTC
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Check out Magic Village for Sale. It's a fun adventure
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Kevin L August 25, 2017 3:32 pm UTC
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My son's mind was blown when I sent his first level party through "Giantslayer". He had no idea a low level party could achieve so much. Thank you for that. "Doorway to Darkness" has taught him a new respect for zombies, and he now has to find his way back from the Shadowfell...AWESOME! I've read through the other adventures in this collection and truly am looking forward to using them all. With that, I was wondering, will there be a Volume 2 with 2017 adventures? Please say yes.
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M.T. B August 25, 2017 8:17 pm UTC
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Thankyou Kevin, I love hearing feedback like this! I am slowly working toward volume 2, though I have a couple of other projects coming out over the next few months. You can follow my twitter for more info!
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Tal A August 17, 2017 2:04 pm UTC
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Ran "Tower of the Mad Mage" recently for a party of 4 level 1 PCs (Fighter, Ranger, Druid, Warlock). We really enjoyed the adventure; the combat encounters were varied and very well-balanced for four level 1 PCs. After running afoul of the tower's many magical hazards, players were scared of the locked diary and opted to take it away with them instead of opening it on-site; should be amusing later. Skwelch the goblin was very well-received. Our playing time for the adventure was about 4.5 hours over two short sessions. I did opt to omit the wererat encounter and simplify the constable encounter in the interests of getting on to the tower, which I knew would hold more interest for my players. Definitely recommended.
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M.T. B August 17, 2017 9:14 pm UTC
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Thankyou!
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Norman O August 17, 2017 12:24 am UTC
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Are these adventures download only?
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M.T. B August 17, 2017 3:05 am UTC
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Yes - print is not currently available on the DMs Guild.
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Joshua F July 30, 2017 4:26 pm UTC
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I hope you don't mind, but I added a few of your adventures (the ones I've run and thus know well) to Matt Colville's Adventure Lookup. https://new.adventurelookup.com/adventures/

I think that they definitely deserve to be represented there and they all link back here to the Dmsguild pages.
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M.T. B July 31, 2017 12:58 am UTC
CREATOR
Thankyou - that is kind
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This title was added to our catalog on November 18, 2016.