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The Castle of Corellon


This adventure has been converted for use with Fantasy Grounds. Check it out here.

This adventure is scaled for level 1 characters.

The ruins of a flying castle teeming with goblins is heading to the peaceful village of Barrowmist. It is up to the heroes to get up there and stop it before the castle lands in the village and chaos ensues.

The group will enter into the ancient struggle between elves and orcs. Not only can they claim the ruins as their home, but the heroes will be asked to go on a quest to repair the castle and use it to find the Misty Isle, a legendary elven realm stolen by Gruumsh, god of the orcs.

This adventure is the beginning of the Litany of Arrows adventure path. It can be run on its own or as a linked part to the larger story.

New Magic Items:

  • The Emblem of Ossandrya: An artifact that provides a variety of benefits
  • Enspelled Arrows: Arrows that discharge spells when they hit a target.
  • Mithral Weapons: Details on where mithral comes from and how it will be used.
  • Nephelium: A mithral sword with a memory sphere embedded in the hilt.
  • Pouch of Shared Acquisition: Two pouches that magically share the same storage space.

New Monsters:

  • Blood Moon Goblin: Goblins with long claws and a psychic power.
  • Kercpa: Little squirrel-people.
  • Winged Gnasher: Wolves with bat wings.

Full Color Maps:

  • A map of the dungeon that includes a player's version and a DM version.
  • A map of the village of Barrowmist, tagged and untagged.
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Christopher H April 12, 2021 5:56 pm UTC
How many PCs is this made for? I have a group of 3 that want me to DM. Is that enough, or do I need at least 4?
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Aiden K March 10, 2020 5:34 pm UTC
Loved this! Just wish it had a conclusion....
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Steven M June 17, 2017 10:53 pm UTC
Any idea about how long this takes to run? I have a one-off gaming weekend coming up, and I'm looking for about 20 hours of content that will be fun, but wrap up neatly. It's the first week of July- any chance the 2nd part of this adventure will be out by then? Thanks!
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Sean M June 18, 2017 12:29 am UTC
This adventure is meant to be short. It always depends on the DM's style and pacing, but I don't think this will fill 20 hours! I just finished the sequel, Warpath of Gruumsh and it's going up today. Honestly, I think your best bet would be to pick something bigger, maybe one or two of the adventures from Yawning Portal (White plume mountain and the tomb of horrors?). Actually, Dead in Thay from Yawning Portal would EASILY fill 20 hours. Thanks!
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Steven M June 18, 2017 1:22 pm UTC
Awesome, thank you for the reply!
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Pritpal B May 30, 2017 10:21 pm UTC
What is Lithany of Arrows? I can't seem to find any info on it anywhere, just poems
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Sean M May 31, 2017 12:22 am UTC
Litany of Arrows is the name of the adventure path that this adventure is the beginning of. I am working on part 2 - Warpath of Gruumsh - right now. I am hoping to have it out in a week or two.
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Victor B June 04, 2017 7:39 pm UTC
You have no idea how excited I am to see this continue. How much are you planning on selling the next installment for? I'd gladly pay in the neighborhood of $5 if it's the same quality of this one.
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Alex G May 20, 2017 4:33 am UTC
Glad to read that you plan to continue the Litany of Arrows adventure path. Just stumbled upon this today and it seemed like a perfect adventure to run, especially considering one of my players is a Cleric of Corellon.

Unfortunately I've got to wait a bit before buying this (I know, $3 isn't much, but bills have to come first), but I would love to get the whole adventure.
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Sean M May 14, 2017 10:54 pm UTC
Yes! I just today finished this big devil guide I'm doing. Then I'm going to do this path. Wrath of Gruumsh is half done. When I put this adventure out, it didn't really sell like my guides do so I figured there wasn't a lot of interest. But because of the bundle I have a lot of people asking me this question, so I'm going to get my butt in gear.
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Victor B May 16, 2017 4:39 am UTC
That sounds great! I've found very few "fun" 5e adventures that would work as every once and a while one shots. When I read castle of corellon it screamed entertaining to me. While my group loves huge over reaching campaign plots, this seems like something we could do when the group needs to recharge and do something completely different. I'm also a big fan of boiling it down to the basics. It's so rare for anyone to use orcs and goblins in their campaigns anymore. I look forward to the sequel and those beyond!
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Victor B May 11, 2017 12:22 am UTC
Is there still a plan to go forward with this?
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