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Dungeon #220 (4e)

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1 Guest Editorial by Will Doyle
Let the real world—past or present—inspire your next adventure.

2 Slaark's Crown by Craig Campbell
King Slaark's terrible reign is about to end. A Dungeons & Dragons adventure for characters of levels 2–4.

18 Children of Ardore by Christopher Perkins
In the town of Ardore, tragedy—not necessity—is the mother of invention. A D&D adventure for characters of levels 10–12.

31 King of the Wolves by Will Doyle
A host of grisly murders in Icewind Dale has the people of the Ten Towns on edge. This D&D Forgotten Realms adventure for characters of levels 4–6 is tied to the release of Legacy of the Crystal Shard.

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