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A series of short encounters and story hooks
that may cause your party
to question the safety of their local tavern…

Designed for characters of all levels

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The authors:

Alan Tucker is the author of several products on the DMsGuild, including the bestselling adventure: Tentacles. Why Did it Have to be Tentacles?

R P Davis is the author of a number of DMsGuild titles, including the bestseller You Can Try - Tips on becoming a better DM.

Alex Clippinger is a Guild creator who has made both stuff and things.

Aaron M. Lopez has been an RPG fan since 1978 and has written an adventure for Baker Street Roleplaying in the World of Sherlock Holmes by Fearlight Games.

Michael Lippert should be an easy encounter at CR 1/2, as this is his first contribution to the DMsGuild.

Beatriz T. Dias started writing quite recently and is the author of Gold Knife Bandits.

Tim Bannock is the author of the adventure Modrons, Mephits & Mayhem, as well as the platinum-selling Old School Hacks rules supplement series.

Jeromy Schulz-Arnold is a veteran adventure author with several products on the DMsGuild, highlighted by the bestseller: 101 Adventures

Eddie Gioffre has previously written for Polyhedron magazine and the D&D Adventurer’s League website. Find him on Twitter @dmfumbl.

Tony Petrecca is the author of several DMsGuild best sellers, including his compilation Amazing Adventures!

Jeff C. Stevens is the author of several products on the DMsGuild, including the bestselling supplement: Encounters in the Savage Cities.

Matthew Gravelyn is a relatively new DMsGuild author, having recently released sources for playing dog centaurs and bears.

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Jeandré D March 14, 2018 3:14 pm UTC
What changed in version 2?
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Alan T March 16, 2018 8:52 pm UTC
Corrected a few typos/grammar issues and included a new link for one of the contributors :-)
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isaac V February 17, 2018 2:50 pm UTC
it was ok.
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Rodrigo F January 12, 2018 9:52 pm UTC
So... what's the difference between the "interactive" and "print" versions?
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Alan T January 12, 2018 10:50 pm UTC
"Interactive" has table of contents links, as well as direct links to the authors' DMsGuild pages, products, etc. The "print" version will render the artwork at a higher resolution, more suitable for printing.
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Rodrigo F January 12, 2018 11:34 pm UTC
Thanks for the quick reply!
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