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Welcome to Chult!  

This product lists 20 random encounters/locations for a DM to use to add to any jungle/wilderness game, similar to Appendix B in Tomb of Annihilation.  Encounters include:

  • Fantastic Locations
  • Strange Personalities
  • Magical Phenomena
  • and more!

Most of the encounters are non-combat encounters, and all are designed to fit easily and quickly into your game as stand-alone situations.  These encounters can help you quickly add to the mystery and flavor of the exploration of Chult!

If you like these encounters, please consider Travel Encounters, presenting non-Chult encounter scenarios, or More Chult Treasure! presenting 20 new, Chult-inspired magic items for your game.

 
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Michael M November 01, 2017 3:47 am UTC
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This is an excellent little doc, lets me quickly fill in some of those empty hexes. My only suggestions:

1) Add page numbers.
2) Add average damage numbers as per 5e standards to any of the damage you have.
3) Hyperlink wherever possible to the 5esrd site.

Otherwise, thumbs up.
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Jon B November 02, 2017 12:06 am UTC
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Hey Michael, thanks for the review and for your tips. Glad you enjoyed it!
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Ken C September 21, 2017 1:10 am UTC
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Wow. I understand the need to get something on the market as quick as possible to cater for the new product but why miss including the basics. At least you remembered to place the WotC Legals, abait at the back but at least it's there. Some sort of credits page listing who the writer/s are, who did edits, proofreading, playtesting, layout.

Missing the basics makes we worry about the content. We'll have to see on that one.
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Jon B September 21, 2017 1:31 am UTC
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Hey Ken, thanks for your comments. I picked up a copy of the Tomb of Annihilation at HasCon, but had already done my own 5e adaptation of Island of Dread for a home campaign, so it was really incredibly easy to put this together. About the basics, this is my first submission to DMs Guild, and while I did read the submission guidelines and made sure to include the DMs Guild logo, legal language, etc., I'm not sure what else is typical. I did the writing, editing, proofreading, and layout myself. The content is original. The pictures are mine from Hawaii. Which looks a lot like Chult. I welcome any additional comments and constructive criticism, and hope you enjoyed the material!
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