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The Storm to Come is an original adventure set in the Forgotten Realms using the rules for the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons.

The adventure is usable at any level and is designed to bridge the gap between two adventures through your campaign. It is set on a passenger ship called the Cove Cutter and involves a mystery in which someone aboard is trying to sabotage the voyage. The motive for the sabotage varies and should be adapted to fit your campaign. It could also be used as a standalone adventure.

The Storm to Come is a combat-lite adventure, focusing more on intrigue and character development than battle. There is one major fight and a potential boss fight at the end.

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David M May 13, 2019 7:42 pm UTC
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Hello,

I've almost finished reading through this adventure, and it's very enjoyable. I'm really looking forward to using this as a beginning to my new campaign.

One issue I have found with it is that you have the Raven cast Suggestion and Fireball. Familiars can only cast spells with a range of 'Touch.'

When I run it, I'll be working around that mistake by just imagining that she is actually hiding nearby while she casts suggestion herself, but looking through the ravens eyes. (As the rules of suggestion requires her to see the target and the target to be able to hear her.) So she could still believe it's the raven.

In terms of fire.. I'm just going to give her the shocking grasp cantrip and imagine a few zaps can light it on fire, since the storm is gone.

The changes done make a huge difference as they're things that will happen in the background.. but incase she's somehow forced to tell the truth of how those things happened. I don't want my players...See more
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This title was added to our catalog on September 21, 2017.