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Labyrinth of Thorns (A Requiem of Wings #2)


An original one-shot adventure designed for level 4-5 characters.

Swirly floral shaped graphic


The city of St. Valentine is home to Dante's Casa di Dolci, a world-renowned bakery — and tucked within the bakery is the entrance to a secret labyrinth, created by a mischievous, merciless god. Every February, an unsuspecting resident from St. Valentine is pulled into the maze. Some return after years spent in the labyrinth, but most do not.

When Dante's beloved wife, Simonetta, is pulled into the labyrinth, he must enlist the help of adventurers to get her back. The journey that follows is one of strange doors, riddles, and dangerous creatures that lurk among the hedges...

About this adventure


  • 4-6 hour session for 3-6 players

  • Play-tested material

  • Original NPCs and locations

  • Diagrams and NPC stats

  • 19-page campaign guide

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Billi Jo P February 04, 2022 4:21 am UTC
Am I missing the stat block for Rafael?
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Billi Jo P February 04, 2022 4:51 am UTC
Found it! Sorry It didn't print :P
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Dark T March 17, 2021 9:24 pm UTC
I previously purchased the Night of Masks and Monsters (part 1 of the Requiem of Wings adventure) and was quite satisfied as that purchase provided maps that I could screenshot separately and save as JPGs to use with Roll20. However, it seems this second part to the Requiem of Wings, as well as the third part, The Starlight Relic, only includes the campaign guide itself, and no maps or other content was included. Will there be additional content made available to support playing this module on a virtual tabletop setting?
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Bob S November 18, 2020 3:17 pm UTC
The images in this posting are broken.
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Andrew M January 18, 2020 1:54 am UTC
Hi! I'm looking to run this next month for some friends, but first I wanted to check to see if there was a printer-friendly version of the adventure, as there is for "A Night of Masks and Monsters" (which I ran last year and enjoyed immensely) and "The Starlight Relic" (which I intend to run later this year).
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Rebecca N March 03, 2019 7:03 am UTC
How does this one-shot link with the previous 'A Requiem of Wings"?
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Ashley W March 04, 2019 10:39 pm UTC
Hey Rebecca! It's not a direct sequel to 'A Night of Masks and Monsters'; it's more of a follow-up since it revolves around the same conflict (angels vs. demons) and is set in the same area. It shows how the Aureum, despite its devotion to gods, is not always the "good" side.

The full 'Requiem' campaign book will have specific adventure hooks that link the two modules. :) Let me know if you have any more questions!
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John Alessandro M January 28, 2020 3:06 pm UTC
When will the full "requiem" campaign release?
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Jay G February 21, 2019 5:36 am UTC
This is easily the best $2 I have ever spent. The adventure was a great read and my players really enjoyed themselves. I love Ms Warren's writing style and I'm really looking forward to running more of her adventures.

My blog post shows some of the models I painted and we used for the adventure:
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Brad R February 19, 2018 5:20 pm UTC
My Review is up over at
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Ashley W February 20, 2018 5:14 am UTC
Thanks so much for your review! I implemented some of your suggestions in the update. :)
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Ashley W February 13, 2018 12:28 am UTC
Thank you for all of the love on this title! Please leave a review, or feel free to email me ( I'd love to hear about your sessions! (Pictures are always appreciated!)
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