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There are five unlabeled mining locations on the map of Chult provided in Tomb of Annihilation. This guide aims to flesh out these mines with interesting encounters and NPCs that can be placed into any adventure run in Chult. Use them as suggested or pepper them in wherever you see fit.

Includes the albino dwarf city of Geode Hollow and their magic-imbued gems, abandonded mines filled with ghosts and undead, a digsite swarming with ghouls, and a small port town no longer populated.

A must have resource for Dungeon Masters scared their players might wander over to one of the mining emblems on the map of Chult.

Disclaimer: This guide is meant to be used in conjunction with the Tomb of Annihilation adventure book. It uses monster statistics found in Tomb of Annihilation and in the 5th edition Monster Manual, though no statistics are provided here. All page numbers listed refer to Tomb of Annihilation.

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