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The Lost Places: Fortunes Well

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Missing relics and a mysterious well.  These are the things that have drawn your party to this idyllic region of the land.  Why would someone take sacred objects, what do they have to do with each other…and why does the trail lead to a well in the middle of a lake?

An adventure for 5th-8th level characters

 
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Kaspar D May 18, 2017 2:20 pm UTC
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The general idea of this adventure is promising. But I'm not sure how well it fits for 5th-8th adventurers.
The beginning requires a DC15 Perception check to even enter the dungeon. After entering and solving a puzzle the players need another DC15 Perception check AND a DC15 Investigation check to advance.

The first fights happen in a cavern full of Basilisks. Even the PDF mentions greater restoration can be used to un-petrify the victims. The thing is it's a lvl 5 spell and iirc the first class to get it is cleric at level 8. Another way to undo this is to use wish spell.

The traps are fun, although hard to avoid/find

The fights are all mostly hard difficulty and the final/boss fight is somewhere around 48000xp (1lvl12 and 12lvl2 enemies) in adjusted difficulty (over 10 times more difficult than recommended for 4xlv5 party)

So either the party needs to be overpowered or showered in healing items. Assuming they don't have a chance to rest in the dungeon...See more
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