"What particularly struck me is how well-written they are. The text is a delight to read. The descriptive text is evocative, and the DM notes don’t ramble. I really wish more adventures I read were as good as this one." - Merric B
Are your player's moving out of Velkenvelve? Enjoying a stroll... [click here for more]
Are your player's going fishing in the Underdark? Booked a ride with the Kua Toa Travel Agency? Taking a cruise on the Darklake? Well then Journey Through the Center of the Underdark 2 - The Darklake Strikes Back is just what the Leemooggoogon ordered! Like the first Journey, The Darklake Strikes Back contains several encounters designed with Out of the Abyss traveling... [click here for more]
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"What particularly struck me is how well-written they are. The text is a delight to read. The descriptive text is evocative, and the DM notes don’t ramble. I really... [click here for more]
Dr. Jubal and his Carnival of Curiosities left The Stop almost a tenday ago. When one of the circus wagons is found abandoned, folks fear the worst. Brave heroes are needed to find out what has become of the good Doctor and his troupe. Are you up for the challenge?
This adventure is the follow-up to CCC-DDSC-01 Murder at The Stop ... [click here for more]
Lost in the mists of the Dark Mirage, the players must deal with a trio of witches that dwell in this strange place in order to escape.
Sisters of the Dark Mirage can be completed in a single session, making it a great standalone, one-shot adventure, or it can be included in any longer running campaign as a stop along the way. It shines most as a set encounter during your Out of the Abyss... [click here for more]
Zooryn stumbled along the pitch black passage. Even with eyes so accustomed to the dark, he could barely discern anything through his good eye, his other having been swollen shut for some time. He tripped over unseen terrain, barely able to right himself. His stomach lurched, hunger pangs almost making him retch. He was battered, starved, and oh so tired. “Gods below, let me find them,”... [click here for more]