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Hundreds of years ago a giant declared himself the Jarl of one of the tribes of Icewind Dale. Unbeknownst to them, the soul of a long forgotten dragon corrupted them and what they called home would soon be called a tomb.

Many years later a group of dwarves found the Tomb of the Mountain Splitter, after they paid their price on those halls, the map to the tomb and it's treasures were lost.

However the map has resurfaced, will your party be able to explore these unhallowed halls? Will they be able to defeat the Mountain Splitter once and for all? Will they be able to find the entraped dragon and destroy the artifact? Or will the curses of Colrath-kilrah escape the tomb.

 Tomb of the Mountain Splitter is a 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure for characters of levels 3-5, with scalabity up to level 10. It will take 10 to 16 hours to complete.

This product comes with 18 pages of content, a high quality map, adventure hooks, possible ways to continue the campaign, exciting new monsters and new stories in Icewind Dale in the Forgotten Realms.

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Matt L January 08, 2020 2:50 pm UTC
I've read over this campaign and I have to say... It's very poorly written. It's under the assumption that the players have already played Storm King's thunder... Which had that been in the description. I wouldnt of purchased. The module is overall confusing while offering little to no guidance in series of events. It jumps around and you add in characters with no world building what so ever. I.e. The random Bard.. at the very beginning? Lets put this Bard here... no narrative, no real dialogue interaction. Wheres the world building? It could have easily gone, "The adventurers walk into the tavern and are greeted by the warm glow of candles in the room. In the back they can hear the melodious sound of Ferland the local "half-elf" Bard strumming at his lyre while patrons around are dancing and chatting with their companions. Upon entry they notice a shady female traveler that appears human. She keeps a hand on her side as she looks to be protecting something while enticing the locals to inquire about...See more
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Matt L January 08, 2020 7:18 pm UTC
Also, try loading it to MS Word... Dear god, did you not proof read? Within the first page I've found so many typos.
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Christopher R June 04, 2018 4:33 am UTC
There seems to be a lot of missing information in this module. Is it possible i got a bad download? Some of the pages are almost blank.

Update: It was the zip download of all files. I downloaded individually and everything is good to go!
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Matheus C June 04, 2018 11:05 pm UTC
Good to hear Christopher!
Please if you play through the adventure consider leaving a review, any critic will be welcome and used to improve further titles.
Thank you for your purchase!
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Infra B April 13, 2018 3:18 am UTC
Would be handy to have a version of the map (in the pdf) with the room numbers on it, for the DM.
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John B May 11, 2018 2:03 am UTC
I'm still trying to figure out the map layout for this reason
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Matheus C May 12, 2018 3:24 am UTC
Thank you for your purchase Infra and John!
Your request has been partially fullfilled. A DM version of the map with room numbers has been added to the product, an update to the pdf will be made in the near future.
I'm very sorry for the delay, specially if it postponed your plans on running this adventure.
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