A young boy befriends an extra-planar construct that has mysteriously appeared at his family’s farm. Once the boy finds out that other creatures are coming to take it back home, he comes up with a plan to get help from the party to save his new friend. A 4-6 hour adventure for characters level 1-4.
From Platinum selling author Anthony Lesink
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Contains the stats for 6 new Races and 3 new subraces themed around a Fey Setting.
Races: Boggarts, Faeries, Hag, Noggle, Merfolk, and Treefolk
Subraces for Elf, Gensai, and Gnomes ... [click here for more]
This is simply a d100 table for the random contents of a giants bag, primarily for storm kings thunder campaigns but useful for any dm who likes using giants. The list has 100 seperate results offering variety and creativity to the murder hobo looting franchise. ... [click here for more]
An easy to run 3 to 6 hours adventure for 2nd level characters.
Challenge your players with this standalone adventure or include it as a side quest in your ongoing campaign.
Best suited for enriching wild areas travel or fleshing out a small settlement.
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Hi, this map is for DM (Dungeon Master) it is very basic hand-draw but full of nice information of old books of the Forgotten Realms it is made by Dunn
Dunn is a 6-level ranger old male dwarf that my players hired to help them in the savage frontier, they meet him in Red Larches in the Helm at HighSun he is a local guide helping Merchants Caravan on the longue Road (Waterdeep to Mirabar). We play... [click here for more]
This encounter is FREE to download! The Cliffside location is perfect to use for any cold, arctic setting, but can easily be adapted for any location. It includes a high resolution map (originally created by Taylor Clark of Northern Cartography), a list of location features, and suggested monsters!
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