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Grimm Encounters
Twelve Horrifying Encounters for your Campaign

If you need some horrifying and grotesque encounters for your table, look no further. This supplement is filled with 12 haunting encounters based on classic fairy tales from the Grimm Brothers and their contemporaries. These encounters are perfect for dropping into horror themed games, those set in Ravenloft or the Shadowfell, or for your yearly Halloween Special!

A Dungeons & Dragons 5e supplement for characters of any level

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James L May 01, 2021 2:56 am UTC
I could have SWORN that I already asked this.. I'm scratching my head at whether to buy the PDF and rip out the images for use in my VTT, or buy the FG version, and rip the resources out of that. Kindly give me a heads up on which would yield the best gridless maps, and/or top-down tokens or anything of the like.

I see you've got a part 2 and a part 3 now, so I'll be buying the whole mess when I do it. :D
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Joshua P May 02, 2021 12:18 pm UTC
Hi James,

I've never used FG, so I can't advise you on how easy it is to take the images from that. If you're well-acquainted with that VTT, I'd probably recommend buying that version.

Sorry I can't be more useful!
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James L May 02, 2021 7:22 pm UTC
Nah, I refuse to support FG myself. I enjoy getting elbow deep in to MapTool and making it awesome. I support Foundry as well. I won't support VTT software developers like Roll20 and FG, who ignore what the system needs and only develop features to make more cash.

Anyway, you're right, more likely the FG packs will have more VTT oriented (scaled) maps and content, I just wanted to check first. The weird thing is, I thought I already asked a while ago and was waiting for a response. I just stumbled across your titles again, and remembered that I thought I wanted them anyway, lol!

I'll go ahead and ask on the FG product and see how they respond. ;)
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Kyle E October 16, 2020 6:00 am UTC
Question for you. In Red Riding's Hood, what exactly is the Floater? Is it a small set of floating eyes? What's the connection to the girl? And if it's just eyes, what is it howling from and how does it XXX? I'm so confused.
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Joshua P October 16, 2020 7:24 am UTC
Hi Kyle, The Floater is the dead wolf. Have a look at the statblock section in 'The Creation' for more info.
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Kyle E October 16, 2020 5:55 pm UTC
Ohhhhhhhhh. It's the missing head of the wolf. I didn't quite get that. I saw that they could find the wolf was missing its head (if they succeeded on a check) but then a "floater" attacked. I didn't put them together. The associated picture was just eyes, so I couldn't figure it out. Thanks for clarifying. This makes more sense.
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