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Jungle Treks


Bring Your Jungle Campaign to Life!

Six short adventures to supplement your exploration of the jungles of Chult! 

These six fun adventures feature interesting challenges highlighting the dangers of the jungle. Each scenario is easy to drop into Tomb of Annihilation or any wilderness campaign. 

Includes the following adventures:

Tavern Trouble - With a mysterious curse upon your guide, escaping lizards, and foes who have come to settle debts, your jungle trek gets interesting before you even leave the tavern!

If Looks Could Kill - Crossing paths with a merchant prince's expedition can be very lucrative. The expedition members' agendas present interesting choices, as do the dangerous denizens of the swamp. 

Ambush from Above - Grung acrobats? With a team mascot? What is going on here?

Mystic River - Traveling downriver suddenly comes alive with dangerous white water, carnivorous plants, a brontosaurus' tail... and an unusual spectator!

Mudslide - It's been raining for days, and that rumble isn't a dinosaur! Run for your lives, and watch the creatures in the mud!

Beautiful Plumage - Ancient ruins are now home to beautiful but dangerous singers. A batiri queen demands revenge and her tribe's totem awakens!

Perfect for DMs running Tomb of Annihilation:

    • Each adventure fully supports levels 1-10
    • Ready to run fun, with maps, art, and complete monster statistics
    • Is traveling through the jungle getting dull? Drop in one of these innovative encounters providing interesting roleplay and combat experiences!
    • Party unsure of where to head next? Each scenario provides links both to other Jungle Trek adventures and to Tomb of Annihilation plot points. 
    • Provides hours of play!

Jungle Treks is written by experienced authors Teos Abadía and Eric Menge. 

Teos Abadia has worked on some of Wizard of the Coast's most important organized play adventure projects, including The Howling VoidThe ArtifactVault of the DracolichConfrontation at CandlekeepCloud Giant's Bargain, the 2016 and 2017 D&D Open, and the Gen Con 2014 Epic adventure Corruption in Kryptgarden. Teos has also written for Kobold Press and is currently authoring the Dwarven Forge series of adventures accompanying their 2017 Kickstarter campaign.

Eric Menge is known to many as the story lead behind the amazing Geoff region in the Living Greyhawk organized play campaign. In addition to authoring countless organized play adventures, he has written for Wizards of the Coast, including co-authoring the award-nominated Menzoberranzan: City of IntrigueEric has also written for Legend of the Five Rings by AEG and Raging Swan Press. Through his studio Mythmakers, Eric is currently creating the graphic novel Snow by Night and dreams of muskets, alchemy, and snow in the moonlight.

Drop a jungle trek into your campaign and bring the exciting jungle to life!

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Beautiful Plumage adventure previewJungle Treks example mapJungle Treks back cover

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Brad D December 13, 2017 10:30 pm UTC
Just began reading this and it looks like a great resource. My group will be entering Chult soon.
I have a few questions about the "If Looks Could Kill" section. There's a Catoblepas "herd" that varies by APL with a table provided. The table lists 3 types of creatures [catoblepas calf, catoblepas, and "catoblepones" [singular spelling?], but the "Monsters" section only includes stats for the first 2 types. Where can I find stats for Catoblepones?

I'm also having trouble reconciling the number of monsters with the term "herd". At APLs below 4 there are only 1 or 2 creatures. At APLs 4 & 5 there's only one adult. And at APLs 6-8 there are only 2 adults. I will definitely wait until the party is higher level to run this because calves wandering around without an adult monster seems unrealistic. Even at mid-APLs there don't seem to be enough monsters to constitute a herd.
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Eric M December 14, 2017 3:20 am UTC
Catoblepones is the plural of catoblepas. So it's just multiple catoblepas and no separate stat block.

The term herd was my catch-all for the number of catoblepas, regardless of the APL. Feel free to change that up to suit your needs. "Family" would work as well.
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Teos A December 15, 2017 7:33 am UTC
Hi Brad! Eric wrote that one and may have some additional thoughts. He had a bit of fun researching what the plural of catoblepas might be, and based on the Greek origin, came up with catoblepones as the plural. So, in this case it is just indicating multiple adults. Sorry if that was confusing for the table!

For the "herd" at low levels, you might have a character attempt a Nature or Survival check, and regardless of outcome they can see that this small group has become separated from the larger herd, which has moved beyond. Higher results could give them more assurance that the larger herd is a safe distance away and will no hear fighting. I hope that helps. If you have more questions or thoughts, please let us know!
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J. Ryan C November 25, 2017 5:36 pm UTC
Playtested this and I love it. When I'm in the DM chair I often struggle with making travel feel interesting and these encounters are perfect for giving the jungle a far more compelling feel. 13/10, would run.
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Michael F November 07, 2017 6:20 pm UTC
Love the Retro FR Logo.
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Teos A November 07, 2017 10:46 pm UTC
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Eric M November 08, 2017 2:19 pm UTC
Thank you! Deven and Steph did a great job with it. I love how it sets the tone for the piece.
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