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Classic Modules Today: CM2 Death's Ride (5e)

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A cloud of death hangs over the land, as an unlikely trio of evildoers orchestrates a reign of terror over the tiny Barony of Twolakes Vale. Because of these fiends' actions, hordes of undead have escaped through a gateway from the Sphere of Death, laying the peaceful lands of the barony to waste and terrorizing its citizens. Can the undead be stopped?

To use this conversion guide you will need a copy of "CM2 Death's Ride", originally available in hard-copy and now for sale in Digital format at DMsguild.com.

This "CM2 Death's Ride" conversion guide allows DMs to run the original module with 5th Edition rules.

This document gives GMs advice to convert the module to the latest 5th Edition rules and guidance on preparing the adventure. A list of random encounters and a summary of locations in the Barony of Twolakes Vale provide a quick in-game reference. Most creatures refer to stat blocks in the D&D 5e Monster Manual. Full stat blocks for Ulslime, Wazor, and Korbundar appear in the Special Creatures section at the end of this conversion guide.

 
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