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1 The Tomb of Owlbear Pirates! by Christopher Perkins
I hope you like owlbears, pirates, and deathtraps, 'cause this issue's full of them!

2 Owlbear Run by Christopher Perkins and Steve Townshend
Every year, two wizards in neighboring towns host a competition. This year, it's an owlbear race over the mountain. Will your owlbear be the first to cross the finish line? An off-the-beaten-path D&D® adventure for characters of levels 4–6.

29 The Dread Pirate Braxis by Jeffrey Ludwig
Avast, ye hearties! Storm the island stronghold of the dread pirate Braxis and the sunken caves of his sea devil allies. A D&D adventure for characters of levels 4–6.

68 Tomb of Horrors by Gary Gygax
Welcome to the dungeon that has killed more adventurers than all other dungeons combined. Let's see if your D&D Next characters fare any better! This adventure is designed for D&D Next characters of levels 10–14 and includes 4th Edition conversion guidelines for characters of levels 14–16.

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Teos A November 14, 2016 5:44 pm UTC
I purchased this previously through the old DDI subscription, so I can't leave a review here except in this discussion area. This is an excellent issue. Owlbear Run and Dread Pirate Braxis are really fun and engaging adventures - worth the price for those alone. The conversion of Tomb of Horrors, while done for 5E during the D&D Next playtest phase, works well. I ran it November 2016 and it worked will with a few modifications. Mainly, I sometimes doubled the number of attacks monsters made. Just about everything else was lethal and interesting as written (we used level 12 5E PCs).
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Martin W March 30, 2021 4:08 am UTC
Wholly concur with Teos (I was also a DDI subscriber). Owlbear Run is super fun and I ran it with my 5e group with minor conversion adjustments.
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