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Goblins terrorize the mountain passes, raiding caravans and taking captives. They post no ransoms and are filled with a terrified, supernatural fervor. They imagine themselves their own creatures, raiding for the glory of Bugbear King Varhug.

They are not.

Something lurks beneath their lair in Van Cave. Something manipulating the King's every thought as it preys on both goblin and victim. It is ancient, it is vile, and its hunger cannot be sated.

It Hungers is a one-shot, horror-themed adventure for dungeons and dragon 5th edition. It is designed to be played for a party of four to five 5th level characters, or three to four 6th level characters.

 
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April 21st, 2017
Delightfully macabre, this module offers your players a unique experience. The author understands that horror doesn't lie in fountains of gore or depraved and cackling serial killers, but the quiet discomfort of not being totally alone in the dark. An [...]
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April 19th, 2017
A delightful and well-structured little adventure. Information is clearly laid out and accessible to DM's, and little things like the Signs help the DM to ratchet up the tension. The horror isn't found in gory details or jump-scares, either; it plays [...]
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April 19th, 2017
A delightfully creepy one-shot adventure with a novel twist and room to be expanded into a whole campaign. The dungeon is laid out clearly, with succint but evocative descriptions for DMs to use. The Signs Of Ioudas are excellent guidelines for [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 18, 2017.