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The Shrine of Marthammor Duin

The Shrine of Marthammor Duin

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The Shrine of Marthammor Duin is a short excursion meant to supplement an ongoing Princes of the Apocalypse campaign. At it's core however, this is a traveller shrine that could be devoted to a deity in your homebrew games or any of the other god's of travel in the Dungeons and Dragons pantheons. It can be run in an hour or two and is intended for a party of level 5 to 7. It includes one new monster, two new items, a shrine map, and a printable player handout for your adventure. 

This short series of encounters was created to help Tyar-Besil feel more like a real place that was integrated into the surrounding lands and not just a dungeon filled with mad cultists. It also provides a nice opportunity for you to deliver some of the campaign’s back story to your players in an organic way.

It will be particularly fun to run with groups that have a dwarf in them who can translate the native dwarven text in the shrine for the rest of the party and connect with the kingdom of Besilmer.

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June 5th, 2016
A great short sidequest that expands the existing PotA storyline. I definitely found it was hard to get across the idea of the ancient dwarven kingdom in the base game, which sucks since one of my players is an archaeologist with the 'ancient map' plot [...]
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June 05, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on June 04, 2016.