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Between now and the end of Christmas We've Got a Gnoll Problem is being offered as pay what you want!

We've Got a Gnoll Problem is a sequel to The Lost Mines of Phandelver. When the first shipment of ore from Wave Echo Cave fails to arrive in Phandalin players will set off to determine the fate of the caravan.  The journey will take them to the Sword Mountains where they will confront a growing threat to the region that must be eliminated, and the tragic tale of an undead guardian in need of aid. 

We've Got a Gnoll Problem is a six hour adventure designed for 4 characters of 5th level. It is easily adaptable for any frontier setting. Included in the module are three maps of the region surrounding the Neverwinter woods, one in colour with labeled locations, another in colour without the labels and the last in black and white without the labels. Below is the colour version without labels.

Neverwinter Woods Map


"This module is good ol'fashion D&D - roleplaying, difficult decisions and killing."  Dave Frauts, gamer and DM of twenty years

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This title was added to our catalog on November 13, 2017.