Eyes Unclouded is an anthology of adventures for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, inspired by classic Japanese animation. Entreat with the Cat King of the Feywild, learn the truth behind a curse affecting an ancient forest, race by airship to find a lost sky fortress and more!
Eyes Unclouded is a full-colour 180 page digital PDF that includes 11 original adventures for players of level 1 – 14.... [click here for more]
Who can the heroes trust in the verdant depths of the Feywild?
While resting in the wilds on the night of a full moon, the party are accidentally drawn into the Feywild, and must find their way back.
With a choice of routes to follow, the heroes may encounter either the naive but vengeful undine Dapple, or the urbane and callous fey lord Verian. Each holds the ability to send the... [click here for more]
Who knows what lies waiting?
In a sleepy town, a group of adventurers are approached with a tantalizing proposition. Venture into an enchanted wood to collect stories from a renowned bard. What could be more simple?
Unknown Library: Seeking Darkmore is a 3-5 hour adventure for low level characters. It features magic, mystery and thrilling combat encounters. ... [click here for more]
The Terror of Screeching Hill is an adventure designed for a party of four level 1-3 characters. Introduce your friends to Dungeons & Dragons or take a break from your current campaign and save the town of Stonehollow in this early level one-shot!
To the villagers of Stonehollow, the flight of bats warns of an impending disaster. Earthquakes,... [click here for more]
Ever wondered why, precisely, druids couldn't turn into owlbears? Some druids have been asking the same question.
This one-page druid subclass, Circle of the Monster, provides rules for turning into beast-like monstrosities. Maybe your druid was raised by a displacer beast who saw them as her cub; maybe they simply really like phase spiders. Maybe you're a GM who's been besieged... [click here for more]
Somewhere between “out-of-the-way” and “I think we’re lost...”
Far to the west in a neglected corner of the map lies the Cloakbowl Forest. The thick, ancient canopy allows only meager sunlight to fall on the rocky, root-filled soil, but some brave souls have succeeded in carving out occasional plots of arable land. Around these humble homesteads have grown tiny woodland... [click here for more]