The dwarven city of Valhaspar is under siege by an army of demons. Race against the coming dawn to confront the demonic general and attempt to close the gate, or assist the dwarves with a desperate ritual, deal with a dragon, and sink the demon army into the depths of the earth.
A 3-hour adventure for characters 12th level and higher that can be run as a stand-alone or in conjunction with material... [click here for more]
An unexpected encounter leads the PCs to make a choice between less than reputable adversaries, and a possible short sojourn through the Underdark. This side trek is written with Out of the Abyss in mind but can be dropped into any campaign.
A 2-hour side trek for 5th-6th level characters ... [click here for more]
Scheming, meddling, curious, short-attention spanned. All these words are those that Halflings live by, but there are very few that get the call to make doing so their sacred duty. Introducing the Oath of Misadventure, a Halfling Paladin Sacred Oath For 5th Edition D&D that bestows special gifts from the Irrepressible Scamp himself, Brandobaris: The Halfling God Of trickery, thievery, mischief,... [click here for more]
Every so often, a strange comet passes over Toril. Sages have tried to predict when and where it will pass. But Yerg’s Comet, much like the effect it has on Faerun magic, is unpredictable.
In this standalone adventure for a party of four 3rd level characters, everyone exposed to the odd power of Yerg’s Comet develops magical ability and becomes a spellcaster (albeit a very inconsistent... [click here for more]
This is a murder mystery set in the wilderness of the Forgetten Realms.
In the village of Greyrun an uneasy truce is negotiated between the citizens and a band of kobolds living in nearby caves. When the mayor is found dead, along with the unsigned peace treaty, the kobold leaders are rounded up and accused of the crime. Unless the player characters intervene, vigilante justice will be carried... [click here for more]
Survivors of the attacks on Greenest attempted to establish a new village far from the clutches of the Dragon Cult. Little did they know that their new home was located next to a new entrance into the Underdark. An uneasy truce is then threatened when the kobold leader Kignos, along with the entire town council of Greyrun, is taken prisoner by Duergar slavers. The soon to be signed peace treaty... [click here for more]