The Way of the Force Monastic Tradition for Monks [D&D 5e (2020)]
Monks who train in the way of the force study the very raw magical elements of the multiverse and learn to transmute it through their bodies. With their mastery of force magic, they hope to bring balance around themselves. Through their training, they can learn to cast powerful spells, attack without moving, and... [click here for more]
Crush ogres, see them fall before you, and hear the lamentations of their leaders.
OGRE KRUSH is a 4-hour adventure for characters of levels 5-10.
This adventure takes place in Ten-Towns of Icewind Dale, specifically Lonelywood. The location is represented as it appears in Rime of the Frostmaiden and this adventure can easily be used in the midst of that campaign. Several... [click here for more]
A day of unusual warmth slices through the everlasting rime, giving the town of Termalaine a ray of hope. But only a fool would think breaking Auril's hold would be easy. Can you weather what mortal hubris has wrought? Or will Termalaine be undone by... The Coldlight Star.A 4 hour adventure for 1st through 4th level Characters.
This adventure takes place in Icewind Dale... [click here for more]
A four-part adventure of might and sorcery set in the savage north of Faerûn!-Over twelve hours of epic adventure for a party of any size and characters of any level-
-This module is perfect for an existing party travelling through any northern wilderness, or it can be used as the launch of a classic, pulp fantasy campaign originating in the village... [click here for more]
In Baldur’s Gate, there is an old marble building, worn with age and neglect. Once a grand edifice to innovation and enterprise, it now stands vacant and abandoned. Still, over it’s lintle reads a message for the world. “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” The time has come to reinstate those hallowed... [click here for more]
The College of Fighting Chords for Bards [D&D 5e (2020)]
Bards from this college have a bad reputation of wrecking inns and smashing their instruments over the heads of their critics, sometimes skipping out on scheduled performances to play at a local tavern for free drinks and in hopes of a friendly scuffle. True enough, bards from this college are a little rough around the... [click here for more]