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Fee, Fly, Foe, Fund: A Storm King's Thunder Adventure


This adventure was written by former Wizards of the Coast Dungeons & Dragons staff member Greg Bilsland, producer on the fifth edition core rulebooks. The adventure was designed for use in D&D's 24-hour 2016 Extra Life game.

The adventure is for characters levels 6 - 8 and integrates with the story of Storm King's Thunder.

Description: Two tendays ago, cloud giants attacked the town of Nightstone, slaying many of its inhabitants including Lady Velrosa Nandar, a Waterdhavian noble and High Steward of the town. Word of Velrosa's deaths has reached Waterdeep, and the current Nandar patriarch, Talurth Nandar, is concerned his family's investment in the region will be compromised. He's now looking for adventurers to investigate the area, gather information, deal with any giant threats, and report back.

Of course, nothing ever goes as smoothly as planned.


Contact Greg Bilsland on Twitter @gregbilsland.

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John J December 15, 2016 3:05 pm UTC
Planning to use this adventure as my intro to Storm King's Thunder, but I have to say one little thing I *really* like is the "Tavern Tales" table for introducing relationships between PCs. They are a lot of fun and I would immediately pay for a book full of them! *fingers crossed*
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Martin W September 29, 2016 8:29 pm UTC
The map is... kinda terrible, to be honest and the key numbers are incorrect. There are six locations in the text, but only 5 marked on the map. Area 4 (on the map) is clearly not the stables since it has the cook fire and table which would be area 5 from the text. Area 5 (on the map) would appear to be area 6 from the text. One must assume the stables are the light grey area to the right of the south structure.

Are the blackish areas the parts that are cleared out of brush/trees and the green is all the underbrush? I might be nice if the map were fixed up just a bit so the details are more obvious. It doesn't require an expert cartographer... just someone who can make it a little cleaner.
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Greg B November 10, 2016 1:37 pm UTC
Sorry to hear your frustrations. It's no excuse, but I made the map on short notice for Extra Life, so I just had to throw something together from creative commons.
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Dave R September 28, 2016 1:13 am UTC
Is this AL legal? I'd love to run it for AL.
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Greg B September 28, 2016 9:13 am UTC
I need to talk to the folks at WotC about it. I don't really know what required to make it AL legal.
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Anne T November 21, 2016 4:02 am UTC
No, this would not be legal for Adventurers League, nor could it be made so unless WotC changes its policy substantially. Only the hardcover adventures, those modules that have been commissioned by WotC specifically for the season's storyline, or those that are approved and commissioned for conventions under the Convention Created Content program (approval required months in advance) are legal for Adventurers League organized play.
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J. Michael L September 18, 2016 7:41 pm UTC
What level range is this for?
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Greg B September 19, 2016 2:10 pm UTC
Level 6 - 8
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