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CCCROZK01-02 Zhentarim's Lament


A dark force is rising from the ruins of Zhentil Keep. The Zhentarim themselves are on the move to stop it from spreading, and you have been pulled into the struggle. Will you find the objects of power that your adversary searches for before it is too late?

A 4-hour adventure for 11th-16th level characters.

Zhentarim’s Lament premiered at Origins in June 2017 and Druids & Dragons in July 2017. It is the second part of the Necromancer of Zhentil Keep trilogy.

Maps for encounters and Adventurers League magic item certifications are included!

Find the rest of the trilogy here!
Binder’s Torment
Necromancer’s Ascent

Now includes a map of Zhentil Keep by Elven Tower Cartography.

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Jeremy H November 02, 2017 5:33 pm UTC
Did a quick wording update (v1.2) for interactions with Tirrodu. While the previous wording had him attack back if a group tries to kill him, he is not intended to be a combatant, and is not worth combat XP. As such, he refuses to fight back and teleports away. To avoid confusion and align with AL guidelines, he is also not listed under Combat Awards any longer.
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Jeremy H November 02, 2017 2:35 pm UTC
Check out the latest version, 1.1! Clarification has been added for the Zhentarim mission and it's player handout (see page 9). :D
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jason a R September 22, 2017 11:55 am UTC
you have errors on your handouts
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Jeremy H September 22, 2017 1:39 pm UTC
Hey Jason! The capitalization of certain letters on the player handout is not an error, it is intentional.
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This title was added to our catalog on September 18, 2017.