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An Epic Adventure

They're some of the greatest heroes the world has ever seen, but when they are plucked from their own time and tasked with saving the world - and possibly much more besides - one last time, will they be up to the challenge?

Taking D&D to the Limit

Epic-level D&D is something that every gamer should get to play around with at least once. However, this is something that most groups struggle to achieve.

Most committed players have some sort of idealized character hanging round in the back of their head, designed to take advantage of all the abilities on offer when you get 20 levels under your belt, but they rarely get to use them.

Which is where To the End of Time comes in.

What is This Adventure?

This one-shot is designed to give players a taste of epic level adventuring without the need for two years of campaigning first. It can be completed in a single long session, or two or three shorter ones and should be relatively straightforward to run.

The players get to pick from pre-generated epic-level heroes (downloadable free from or create their own, complete with backstories of valor and adventure.

At the very moment of their death, these titanic heroes are plucked from their own time by a powerful angel and tasked with saving the world - and possibly much more besides - one last time.

Over the course of their adventure the party will encounter all manner of powerful creatures far beyond the reach of regular adventurers, and face tasks that would leave even stout-hearted heroes dumbstruck.

So sit down and grab some dice… it’s going to be a long night.

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Justice V May 02, 2019 1:01 am UTC
Should the players start with any magical gear? Will they be ok if they dont have anything it basic items?
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Paul W May 02, 2019 2:44 am UTC
Players will struggle without magical gear. Level 20 characters are strong, but magical gear really makes them good. I would suggest probably a VR, R, and U for each player. Maybe even a Legendary, VR, and R instead if your feeling generous.
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Kat T April 22, 2019 10:26 am UTC
Hi, I'm really new to D&D; have only done about 5 sessions ever, so excuse this probably silly question.

Just wondering what edition manuals would be best for this? I have a 2nd ed DM Handbook and that's it! Any advice would be great, ta.
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Paul W April 22, 2019 3:40 pm UTC
5th edition MM is kinda a must. You will need the stats for several of the monsters that are not unique to the module. In general a 5th edition PHB and DMG would also help.
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Bryan G January 24, 2019 5:19 am UTC
Anyone know why the Drow Ranger character sheet has no Max health on it? Only issue ive ran into so far with my game prep for this week.
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Paul W April 17, 2017 5:40 am UTC
Ran this "1 shot" the past two weekends for my group. I will say for my group it took between 10-12 hrs between the two sessions in the case of my group. I think that was fine and we actually needed to fill two weeks while people were traveling. Some thoughts having run it through entirely.

The initial dragon encounter at the start was beyond a stomp. I had 5 members when we started, and as you posed this as an epic level campaign, they all were level 20. 3 Young brass dragons literally stood no chance. I ended up using 3 adult brass dragons and with a bit of difficulty my group passed. I made the change on the fly because the first character up without any crits, did something like 80% of the young dragons health as a fighter. Yes I realize thats 4 attacks, etc. But even at epic level for a one shot, i dont want a melee class, without critting, to one shot a dragon. Another recommendation would be 1 adult and 2 young brass dragons.
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Steph T May 12, 2019 5:24 pm UTC
This is almost two years too late, but I'm preparing to run this and noticed that
1) The non-printer-friendly version has a map!
2) Regarding the comment "I would have loved to have some high res copies of two included maps without numbers that I could upload and use on roll 20. Instead I had to poorly photoshop over the numbers and let the players use it as a map with separate maps for any battle encounters." If you copy the map from the regular version onto your clipboard and paste in something like Microsoft Paint, there are no numbers to contend with. I don't use roll20 so I can't speak to that.
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