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Desperately needed supplies have failed to arrive at the suffering frontier settlement of Ravendale. Rumors are flying that the supply wagon must have fallen afoul of the legendary troll of Stonebottom bridge. The townsfolk are in need of heroes to reclaim their supplies or the town won't survive the encroaching winter!

Troll Trouble is a short single session adventure that I have used on a few occasions to introduce D&D to players who were new to the game. It contains a fairly even mixture of social, exploration and combat. It has been optimized for a party of five 1st level PCs, or 3 to 4 2nd level PCs. I do provide suggestions on scaling for slightly higher level parties

Praise for Troll Trouble:

"This is a wonderfully put together little adventure." - Jake W.

"Ran this past Monday, new group had a blast. Easy to read, easy to run, and fun." - Steven R.

This is an excellently written adventure for low level charecters." - Kris K.

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Kristi K January 08, 2022 2:22 pm UTC
played this a few weeks ago, and it is amazing. absolutely loved your homebrewed creatures, very interesting ideas
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Glen C March 22, 2017 10:33 pm UTC
Hi Gary, my name's Glen. Can you drop me an email please?

Many thanks!
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Rich C January 22, 2016 3:35 am UTC
Upon first reading, I like the flow and some of the unique twists in the story. With a capable DM, it seems like it would be a solid adventure with some memorable characters (Burt).
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Gary W January 22, 2016 5:51 pm UTC
Thank you very much for taking the time to post your thoughts and feedback!
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