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At first, it seems like a straightforward commission for a party of heroes: A Waterdeep merchant hires you to recover a valuable item for her from a shipwreck in an area where dangerous monsters are known to prowl. But there is more to that item than you knew when you set out, and you find yourself in conflict with an enthusiastic sect of Umberlee devotees who want it at least much.

The Bitch Queen’s Prize takes Ramen Sandwich Press’ Places by the Way series to the Forgotten Realms. It’s designed as an interesting diversion for a party based in, or at least passing through, the great city of Waterdeep. You can use it as a stand-alone module, or continue the adventure with the forthcoming Places by the Way #3, Storm Under the Moonshaes. For a version of this module that does not specify a particular setting, see A Treasure on the Rocks, which is also available through Dungeon Masters Guild.

Places by the Way is a series of short modules created by veteran RPG writer and developer Douglas Sun for use with Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Think of them as glittering mosaic tiles that you can drop into a campaign to provide your player characters with diverting side quests and memorable interludes while they follow the overall story arc. After all, a great campaign world is one in which memorable experiences can be had even in places found by the way.

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jessica J September 26, 2018 8:58 am UTC
Does 'Treasure on the rocks' link up with 'Storm under the Moonshaes' or will i be better off purchasing this one? I'd like to avoid Waterdeep if possible without messing, with your story too much.
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