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Dungeon Module J3: Prison of Eternal Torture

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PRISON OF ETERNAL TORTURE is from the Just Because (”J”) series; like others in the series, it is meant to stand on its own and is a complete 5TH EDITION DUNGEONS & DRAGONS adventure. The recommended number of players is four to five, with levels starting at five.

Story: After staying a night in the city Leoben, you find you have been mysteriously poisoned and are told you will die in seven days. Try as you might you can't cure yourselves and the locals tell you that the old wizard Urthadar can help you. They tell you he dwells on the swampy island of Kisaga just south of the city. Gathering supplies you make your way there.

Adventure Synopsis: The players are to seek Urthadar for a cure. Along the way, they find they have been tricked and are to be sacrificed in order to hold an unstoppable monster. They must choose between death (holding the monster) or kill Urthadar and escape (freeing it).

  • Successfully play tested. 
  • Contains new monsters and items for the adventure.
  • Contains background information, referee’s notes, player map, Dungeon Master map, and complete descriptions of items, spells, and monsters.
  • Contains a print-friendly version of the adventure.

-Disclaimer: If your players are unused to hack-proof dilemmas, they may find this adventure very frustrating. However, those who know how to use their wits should find it an intriguing balance of action and problem-solving.

Some might think this adventure is too hard and unfair. In truth, this is on purpose and there are certain encounters that a level 5 player cannot overcome. However, the adventure forewarns against any threats and dangers in a fair manner. I made this adventure hard so that players would think before jumping into a deadly situation. My overall goal was if you do stupid things you die.

About the Author: I started D&D with the classic adventure White Plume Mountain and loved it. I enjoyed the simple formula and the way we just jumped into it. The quest lasted a few nights, and we felt accomplished as players when we finished it. My ultimate goal was to capture what I loved so much with that module and classic modules in general.

Prison of Eternal Torture was made to emulate a classic Dungeons & Dragons adventure in the best way I could. Obviously, these are 5th Edition rules, and the pages inside follow that formula, but I've emulated the covers to classic modules, even made the traditional blue and white maps, and added in old school pictures to try to enhance the vintage feel to a degree. Like a classic D&D module there's a little background info, and then you're put straight into the adventure and go from there.

Prison of Eternal Torture is meant to be played as an adventure anyone can jump into and have fun. Finally, I would recommend having a pretty mixed group of characters. For example, a group of fighters will not be able to get far due to needing magic users, divine users, and rogues to complete encounters. I've tried to structure this adventure so that everyone gets a chance to shine.

HAVE FUN!!!

This adventure takes a little inspiration from here and here. Be sure to check them out. 

 
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