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Temple of the Mad Dragon Priestess

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Blackstone Cave was once a smugglers’ lair, but it was cleared out decades ago. Now there are strange noises coming from the cave, and local authorities are afraid smugglers and bandits have taken up operations again.  What will the adventurers find? More importantly, will they be able to survive the machinations of the Mad Dragon Priestess?

 Temple of the Mad Dragon Priestess is a two to six hour adventure for first level characters. It is a straightforward dungeon-crawl with exploration, traps, combat, and opportunities for role-playing. The module includes 15 pages detailing Blackstone Cave and the enemies within, full stat blocks for the boss and her lieutenant, and two maps of the lair and the temple below.

 
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Jacob G November 06, 2019 1:08 pm UTC
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I am running this adventure for some first-timers tomorrow and while reading through I couldn't find any reference to the door from (8b) Narida’s Bedroom to the tunnel to (E) The Wyrmling Den. Am I just missing it or is it missing from the pdf?
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Jean H November 06, 2019 10:48 pm UTC
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You are quite correct. There is no mention of the secret door that leads from Narida's bedroom to the tunnel. Oops. O.O
I didn't intend for the door to be locked or trapped, but feel free to add those! I set the DC for finding the various secret doors at 15.
Thank you for pointing that out, and a big thank you for buying the adventure! I really hope you all enjoy it. :)
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Josh M September 23, 2019 12:07 am UTC
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I just purchased this adventure and I am excited to take a few people that are new to D&D through it. Could you send me the maps without the labels in it. We have a table built that has a monitor inset into it that we are going to put the maps on so we can use miniatures on the grid. Thank you in advance!
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Jean H September 24, 2019 1:03 am UTC
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First, thank you for purchasing "Temple of the Mad Dragon Priestess". I had a lot of fun writing it (and running it) and I hope you and your group enjoy it! I have uploaded maps without the labels. I don't know how to disguise the secret tunnels, but I removed the "S" symbols. I hope they work well; please let me know how they look!
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Josh M September 24, 2019 2:14 pm UTC
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Thank you so much! The maps look great! I am looking forward to running this adventure tonight!
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Jean H September 26, 2019 1:28 am UTC
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How did it go? What did they do? I want to know everything. :D
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Curt B September 06, 2019 12:50 am UTC
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Running this campaign tomorrow. Excited to try it but wondering if there is a map you could load that doesn't have the Traps and Secrets noted on it? Not sure how to hide that from my players (loading them into Roll20).
Thanks!
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Jean H September 07, 2019 1:21 am UTC
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I wish I had seen this yesterday, I would have been glad to send you maps without the labels! Please let me know how it went.
Thank you so much for buying this! I really hope you enjoy it. :)
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Josh M September 22, 2019 10:56 pm UTC
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I just purchased this adventure and I am excited to take a few people that are new to D&D through it. Could you send me the maps without the labels in it. We have a table built that has a monitor inset into it that we are going to put the maps on so we can use miniatures on the grid. Thank you in advance!
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