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The Glow From Hollow Hill

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A child is missing and a strange glow lingers over a nearby hill; haunting the poor villagers of Hillside.  Quietly time passes and the chances of survival are getting slim... can the players discover the mystery of Hollow Hill and save a young life as well?

The Glow from Hollow Hill is a short adventure that should take approximately two to three hours to complete.  It was designed around four players of first or second level.

The design of the adventure is one in which the Dungeon Master can give the adventure a quick read through the introductory section and then jump right into play.  

The setting is not any campaign world in particular, and can fit nicely as a first adventure or can slide easily into any existing campaign.  The small fishing settlement is located on a lake (that could be any lake) a day and a half south of town (which can be any town).  The village is provided with some detail, and can be used as a starting location for the players' first few adventures or simply as the base for this single adventure.

This adventure introduces a new dungeon hazard, the faeglow lichen.  This new plant creature is a vampiric moss that induces a peaceful sleep on its victim by releasing an enchanting bioluminescent spore that glows in the absence of daylight.  Will your players burn their way through the enchantment or fall to its slumbering magic?

 
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July 09, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on July 06, 2018.