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Haven Cross: The Adventurers Guild

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The Village of Haven Cross is a great set-up to start a new campaign or to introduce Dungeons and Dragons to new players.

It provides a fun environment both to players and DMs offering great flexibility and freedom, with the posibility of an immersive experience in between quests.

Besides the Adventurer's Guild and the Village of Haven Cross I included one adventure for level 1 to 4 characters that can be used as the entry quest to those wishing to join the guild.

There is a total of 21 high quality maps, presented here with standard and low resolutions on ZIP files.

They are available on a high resolution pack as well: 


I invite you to download this book for free. All I ask is for your feedback, which will help me to improve my future adventures.

Donations are certainly welcome, and are surely a great incentive for me to produce additional content.


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Jacob O September 20, 2018 1:05 pm UTC
This is EXACTLY what I needed to see. I've been writing up my own "Adventurer's guild" to use in a more 'adventure/oneshot' focused campaign for some friends. With basic story elements done...but this document is giving me a great look at structural questions that needed answering!

Very cool.
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roman P September 18, 2018 1:14 am UTC
thanks people like u chance the roll´s world
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John M February 19, 2018 5:24 am UTC
A friend of mine and I have been playing a similar game with a competitors product (not D&D, but really similar), so I went ahead and bought yours -- hoping to switch the group over to 5e. :D Anyway, wanted to thank you for providing this for newcomers to fifth edition!
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Michael D January 09, 2018 9:44 pm UTC
Hey Rafael - I am going to start running my first campaign with your Haven's Cross content starting on 1/19/2018 (only 10 days away). We're going to do a session 0, but I am going to use your module, along with a few others to get my crew off the ground and cut my teeth on DM'ing. Just wanted to say thank you for putting this together. I think the idea of having an adventurer's guild really allows for new players that aren't as familiar with D&D to grab onto something in terms of a motive for being in the world. Good stuff, I will update this post with observations and insights (if you're interested) as we run it.
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November 01, 2016 9:56 am UTC
very good great maps, and some very nice non combat encounters
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Rafael F August 11, 2016 11:49 am UTC
I added today the map for the walled center of Haven Cross as a JPG file to be downloaded on it own.
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Ryan R August 27, 2016 7:53 pm UTC
Was that the only change for Aug 11? I downloaded everything else around Aug 02.
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Matthew S August 03, 2016 1:09 pm UTC
I'm excited to try this out. I'm trying to get into DMing and recently convinced my wife to try playing. This looks like it will work really well as an introduction for me into running a game and as an introduction for my wife into how to play the game. I'll comment further once I've actually tried it out, but right now I feel it is a perfect module to use for my purposes right now.
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Rafael F August 03, 2016 6:29 pm UTC
Thanks Matthew, that is exactly how this module started, when I first DM for my lovely wife. But I also have friends and siblings who can join once in a while, I want to keep it flexible so people can come and go and still feel part of the story, hence the adventurers guild.
And, the second book on the module is almost ready! With a couple more adventures and locations in Haven Cross...
Thanks for the support!
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Nod H July 16, 2016 6:17 pm UTC
Commenting on what was updated would be very helpful. That way we need only download those particulars instead of everything.
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Rafael F July 16, 2016 6:28 pm UTC
Thanks for the suggestion Nod, I will share more details from now on. The last update on the PDF file was a major grammar and spelling review. The maps have not been changed, the files were uploaded again due to a problem with the "one button download". From now there should be only minor updates, and I will be able to give more precise information. I hope you enjoy Haven Cross. The next book on the module is already on the way, with two more quests and additional locations and NPCs in Haven Cross.
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David Matthew P July 13, 2016 11:39 pm UTC
A bit awkward. As of 7/13/2016, the latest Adobe Acrobat claims the Haven Cross PDF is "damaged and cannot be repaired." Hoping this isn't a long-term issue.
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Rafael F July 14, 2016 12:46 am UTC
Thanks Matt. I think this is a problem with the one button download. Getting it as ZIP file should be OK.
I am waiting for DMs Guild support.
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Rafael F July 12, 2016 6:47 am UTC
The first title of the Haven Cross Module.
There are many more to come.
It would be really helpful to have feedback on this title while I am working on the rest of the module.
Have you played "An Exhausting Delivery" quest with your group? Any experiences you would like to share?

So far I thank the community for all the support I received!!
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Michael D September 20, 2018 3:24 pm UTC
Hey bud - I am still running this adventure and I have added about 400 things if you're interested. I actually didn't use many of the starting quests but I have built a ton of digital maps and NPC details. I have changed quite a few things, but not sure if you'd be interested in seeing any of it. Hit me up if you want any of the resources to add to this already insanely cool package! =)
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