When the party are shipwrecked they take shelter in an old forgotten cottage. They soon find themselves uncovering a mysterious death. One thing is for sure, they are not alone...
Back to the sea is a 3-5 hour one shot, recommended for Level 1-4 adventurers. It offers a refreshing and different look at Ghosts in D&D.
Setting neutral, easy to slide into any campaign, especially settings with ports... [click here for more]
Not knowing one's ancestry can be difficult on a person. It can cause someone to question their place in the world and condemn them to a life that never fully understands parts of its existence. And yet......and yet there are times when having the opportunity to learn the truth turns out to be worse.
This 1-2 hour psychological horror adventure is suitable for PCs between levels... [click here for more]
Hidden deep within The Reaching Woods is a swamp grotto known to the locals of Hardbuckler as Whiskaway Wood. The townsfolk know to keep their distance from this place as few make it back. If they do, they come bearing toxic diseases that place the entire town in jeopardy. This is the situation the town is dealing with when the adventurers come knocking on the outer gates of Hardbuckler.
In this... [click here for more]
Fear, Death, Life. It all has a Price. He was willing to pay. Are you?
One year after the gruesome murders in the Price family mansion, the ciy is just starting to move on. The tears wept for their loss have faded away in time as the threads of the investigation grew colder and colder. That is... until several reckless theives went missing in the Price family mausoleum. Something dark... [click here for more]
The Sutured Sun has burned day and night for the last eight months. The crops are dying. The air is choking. And the Darklord seems content to let his people burn.
This is the Phunch Bowl, a Domain of Dread held within impenetrable glass. A prison of torment for Gaddin Phunch, the indefatigable iconoclast who upset more than a few powers-that-be. The people of the Five Towns are generally left to... [click here for more]