Your Money Won't Save You, Merchant
End of Economy thrusts players into the role of traveling merchants who arrive at a rural village where something insidious has happened. After an unfortunate accident, the restless spirit of a fellow wandering vendor has returned to the village and implanted unchecked greed within many of its villagers. They are completely immune to mundane weaponry.... [click here for more]
The creeping fog scenario is one of my favourite adventure hooks for Curse of Strahd becuase of it's simplicity - however, some people might find it hard to place it in a setting. This is a one page adventure hook that expands on the "Creeping fog" scenario a little more, giving the players and yourself a good footing to get the adventure started. ... [click here for more]
The mists part, and secrets long forgotten rise to the light. Introducing:Otherworldly Patron: The Mistsby Oliver Clegg
This supplement introduces a new Otherworldly Patron for those Warlocks brave enough to have delved into the Mists of Ravenloft (willingly or otherwise) and have lived to tell the tale.
Perhaps you have an overdeveloped... [click here for more]
This story explores the corruption of the Gulthias tree spreading out from the underdark of Barovia. The players will follow the corruption underground, and find the roots of the Gulthias tree and what lurks there...
This is a 2-3 hour adventure for two level 5 characters playing Curse of Strahd. I've written it as a one shot adventure for a character who missed 2 sessions while in Vallaki. This... [click here for more]
Welcome to the orphanage. This module was designed to be inserted into the main Curse of Strahd campaign, in the centralized town of Vallaki. However, it is entirely possible to run St. Andral's Orphanage as a stand alone adventure or incorporate it into another campaign.
This chapter provides Vallaki with some additional pacing before the events of St. Andral's Feast and the Festival of... [click here for more]
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