This creation named New Neverwinter is a mix between the Wizard of the Coast’s creation as well as plenty of homebrew made by me, Philip Johansson. I have tried to incorporate all the information that Wizards have produced about the city and I have then filled the gaps where needed. For transparency I have put this symbol “*” next to titles to show that it has made by me. If you wish to remove... [click here for more]
This is a conversion guide to the Khyber's Harvest, a 4e adventure created by Keith Baker for Free RPG Day 2009. This document allows DMs to run the original module with 5th Edition rules. This document contains:
Conversion notes for each of 11 encounters
Keith's Baker commentary, clarifying the original design intent and lore implications
Statblocks for cultists and more.
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Map for the Tower of Zenopus, the module in the original D&D basic set. The map is at 70 DPI and includes three variants
With a grid and rock textured background
Without a grid and with a rock textured background.
Without a grid and with a blank \ black background.
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Kobolds have taken the lord warden’s daughter! To get her back, the adventurers must battle through hoards the little draconic blighters. Return her safe and sound, and you’ll be paid handsomely. Fail, and you’ll be dinner.
An adventure for 4-6 level 1 characters. 4 hour run time. Promises dungeon crawling, dynamic combat, and experience with traps. ... [click here for more]
This is a 5E conversion of the popular 3E adventure module Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil (2001). The original was designed for a party of four 4th-level characters who advance to 14th level by the end of the adventure. Following DMs Guild guidelines, this conversion guide places the adventure in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, and updates each encounter, monster, and NPC so that the... [click here for more]
Tempus, Lord of Battles, Foehammer, is worshiped by those of every alignment and lineage who wage war for all causes. The Tempuran clergy may be found on both sides of a conflict, as none can ever truly know whom the war god will favor. Priests of Tempus tend to be humanoid, male, and of a temperament that enjoys battle, though the clergy is open to all beings who have prayed privately to Tempus and... [click here for more]