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Cie shouldered the heavy knapsack, its bloodstained bottom still dripping red droplets onto the cavern floor. She grunted as the weight shifted onto her left shoulder, and began the steep climb back to civilization.
She knew they needed money. But the parchment Bhardak spotted nailed to the tavern bounty board seemed too good to be true from the start. 3,000 gold for the head of a giant? Easy. Of course, the locals hadn't really seen the beast themselves.
And nobody knew about its pet. 
Maybe next time they'll do more scouting and research on the job before marching in and almost getting themselves killed.
Though as she winced from  the wound in her side where the beast savaged her, she couldn't help but grin. 

It's going to be one hell of a payday. 

100 Monster Hunts is a collection of bounties, quests and plot hooks Dungeon Masters can quickly add into their campaigns. In this 36 page supplement you will find 100 different short monster
themed quests, drawing from the Monster Manual, Volo's Guide to Monsters, and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes

Each quest has been outlined with a bounty advertisement for your players and additional quest details for the DM, including named NPCs, plot or objectives, loot and treasure rewards, as well as helpful page references for each item or monster involved in the hunt. 
Need something quick and don't want to drag through all 100 hunts to find something? Just roll a d100 and consult the tables to quickly whip up a sudden quest whenever you need it! 
Each table give you a quick overview of the expected difficulty of the quest for 4 and 6 players, the recommended level, whether the rewards are monetary, magical or both, and even lists the books required to run the encounter. 

So what are you waiting for? Give yourself a chance to flex those RP muscles and have your players ready their weapons - it's monster hunting time!

Now Available for Fantasy Grounds!


"Absolutely fantastic edition to my games. The Hunts make great bounties, with enough flavour to keep your players interested and entertained." 
- Daniel.H


"A really easy way to introduce sidequests to any party of any level. If your party needs some money or maybe they do it just for the thrill of the hunt, then this document is what you are looking for!" 
- Libedrator E.


"If you want quick and fun encounters that you can spin into a oneshot or even string together into a campaign, you cannot go wrong with this one." 
- Sarah. R

What's in the Box?

Inside this supplement you will find:

100 different bounty quests, using official Dungeons & Dragons content
Encounters balanced for different levels of play, from 1st level upwards to 20
Pre-designed treasures and rewards, all with handy page references.
Named NPCs and locations, all of which remain vague enough to easily throw into any campaign setting.
A heavy focus on utilizing creatures rarely or otherwise not often used in regular settings 

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Adam T July 14, 2022 8:03 am UTC
Hi, I really like the title but... would highly appreciate a printer-friendly version! Thank you!
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Adam H March 22, 2021 8:02 pm UTC
How does this the Fantasy Ground info convert to Foundry?

I love the Coastal encounters; thank you.
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Vall S March 23, 2021 3:12 pm UTC
Hi Adam, I'm happy to hear you're enjoying Coastal Encounters!
Regarding the FG version of 100 Monster Hunts, I'm not sure how it converts to Foundry. We partner with Grim Press for all our Fantasy Grounds conversions, so I suggest dropping them an email at for more info.
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Trevor A March 23, 2021 3:18 pm UTC
Hi Adam,

Thanks for reaching out. To my knowledge, Foundry does not yet have an import tool for Fantasy Grounds content (in the way it works with DDB). If you are interested, please feel free to jump on our discord server and we can chat about any developments as they happen:
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francois G December 29, 2020 1:07 am UTC
I have bought the wrong version (pdf), is it possible to get the fantasy ground instead, or having a discount for my error, thanks
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Vall S December 29, 2020 3:13 pm UTC

If you screenshot this conversation and fire a message over to GrimPress on twitter (@TheGrimPress), they should be able to help you out with a complimentary/discounted FG copy :)
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Jeffery B March 10, 2020 3:52 pm UTC
I own the Monster Manual and Volo's, but not Mord's Tome. Can you tell me how many of the entries require Mord's? I'm planning to get it at some time, but don't have it now.
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Vall S March 11, 2020 12:17 pm UTC
Hi Jeffrey,

There is approximately 34 hunts that exclusively use Mord's Tome. I tried to ensure there was an even spread between the Monster Manual, Volos, and Mord's Tome so there was something for everyone.
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ALEX K February 21, 2020 2:49 pm UTC
This is exactly what i need, i love DM ing as long as is my custom story. My only issue is that i play the 3.5e. Is it possible to adjust everything to that edition?
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Vall S February 27, 2020 11:56 am UTC
Hi Alex, thanks for the support and question!
This has been designed for 5th edition, however it doesn't use any mechanics from the monsters in question, so it should, with a little tweaking, work just as well for a 3.5 edition versions of 5e monsters mentioned.
I am looking into expanding into 3.5 and others in the coming year as well though, so be sure to keep your eyes out for those when they drop :)
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Italo I February 12, 2020 6:55 pm UTC
My concern about buying this supplement is that more than half of the hunts need the use of Mordenkainen's and Volo's, which is a pity.

Not everyone own them, and a purchaser like me should be forced to buy 100$ of supplements to use properly a 5$ pdf.
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Vall S February 27, 2020 11:53 am UTC
This is something I've taken on board for the other books in the Monster Hunts series, so thanks for the feedback. It helps to know what would make my products better, and you can be happy in the knowledge that every book since this one has focused on a single book. I don't intend to go back on that either.
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Frederic L November 21, 2019 5:55 pm UTC
Great resource - and fun to link to Feats!

One minor cavil - this needs to be a searchable PDF.
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Vall S February 27, 2020 11:51 am UTC
Hi Stuart, thanks for the support! I'm in the process of updating this document to be 1: prettier and 2: searchable!
It's taking a while as the previous PDF was flattened, but rest assured it's on it's way.
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Casper K November 18, 2018 9:14 pm UTC
Vall, I genuinely love this PDF! Playing a Westmarches style of game, once in a while the players just want to go fight something that goes bump in the night, and your resources is better than anything else!
However! One small prayer: Could we pretty please have a printer-friendly version without the background images? Thanks in advance :)
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Vall S November 23, 2018 1:30 am UTC
Hi Casper, thanks for the kind words! I'm certainly glad you and your group are finding it useful!
I'm looking into creating a more printer friendly version of 100MH as we speak, so stay tuned for more on that in the future. :)
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Deggas S October 06, 2018 10:20 am UTC
Hey I was reading the reviews and Andre nailed it on the head with what I wanted to get through in my comment.

“For the price you can't really expect much more then this but I would have enjoyed this a lot more if it was only say 20 encounters and the rest of that page space was devoted to flushing those encounters out a lot more then whats given.”

I realize now that increasing the price above $5 might not be the best decision but just reducing the number of hunts and the quality of each hunt would be a massive boost to the staying power of the book. And when people read “100 Monster Hunts” they expect actual monsters, not humans, bandits or drow. So having 20-30 detailed hunts on MONSTEROUS monsters with loot based off scavenging the corpse would be amazing for quality.
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Vall S October 06, 2018 11:33 am UTC
Thanks for the suggestions!
I've seen this request pop up a few times from the community, so rest assured I'm certainly looking into it!
The community has been fantastic in offering constructive feedback, and I'm taking it all on board to help make my products the best they possibly can be.
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Justin H September 22, 2018 12:08 pm UTC
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Vall S September 29, 2018 8:57 pm UTC
That sounds really interesting, I'd love to have 100 Monster Hunts featured on your show. :) I'll drop you an email sometime this week and we can discuss things further.
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Deggas S September 19, 2018 7:51 am UTC
Its pretty decent for $5 but what would really add some flare is increasing the price to $7-10 and improving the quality of individual monster hunts. The table itself is good to use a number of times but there is little variety between each hunt.
"Kill every monster on the list until its dead, collect your gold + 1 other piece of reward". The other reward given is sometimes pretty good such as "A battered old scroll detailing the location of a long forgotten dragons lair" because this provides the GM with a hook to drive the players in a direction and get other things done along the way.

Other good rewards used are; Handwritten ‘thank you’ note, (The rewards on “Family Matters” hunt), Common & Uncommon magical items, etc. I find that the most memorable rewards for these quests are ones that give a sense of personality to the world, I find far too many rewards that are 100gp and a Potion of X Healing, These just make the NPC’s and their hunt very forgettable....See more
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Vall S September 19, 2018 12:09 pm UTC
I'm glad you've enjoyed the book so far, and thank you for your feedback!
The community has been brilliant in giving me plenty to consider, so I will certainly look into expanding future hunts to encompass more interesting rewards and encounter solutions as per your suggestions above. :)
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Deggas S September 20, 2018 3:49 pm UTC
Awesome! I forgot to mention but I really like how you used uncommon monsters as often as possible, this really gave a unique feel to the encounters instead of the 2d4 wolves you would find in the WotC modules.
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Jacob H September 16, 2018 9:40 am UTC
Looking forward to buying this soon but I'm DM'g a party of 3. Any reccomendations on how to adjust for that many?
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Vall S September 16, 2018 5:46 pm UTC
Hi Jacob, thanks for the support!

As to your question, it depends on your party composition and tactics. Perhaps allow the party to hire a ranger or guide to help "hunt" the creatures, or give your group more hints towards a creature's weakness or lair.
You could also allow your players to level up a few levels more prior to taking on a particular bounty.

If they are level 4, for example try offering them a medium difficulty bounty recommended for 4 3rd level players, as that should work out to be an high medium / low hard encounter for your players instead.
I hope this helps!
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Shiora W September 03, 2018 7:48 am UTC
Hey there - is there a printer-friendly version available too?
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Vall S September 03, 2018 1:36 pm UTC
Hi Shiora, thank you for the purchase!
Currently there is no printer-friendly version to so speak, but the version 2 PDF should print without too much of an issue.
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Callum R August 19, 2018 8:12 am UTC
Yay I got this! I’ve wanted it for quite a while and I can’t wait to show it to my friends!
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Vall S August 22, 2018 11:49 am UTC
Hi Callum, thank you for your purchase! I hope you and your friends enjoy it!
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Robert D August 10, 2018 3:43 am UTC
I am assuming that this is built for 5th edition? Any chance that you have something similar for 3.5?
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Vall S August 10, 2018 9:02 am UTC
Hi Robert, currently I don't have anything for 3.5, but if there is enough interest I will certainly look into it!
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Dren S January 02, 2019 9:58 am UTC
There are no statblocks so there's no need for something specific to 3.5 It's generic enough to work with any system, just look up the relevant monster in the monster manual of the system of your choice.
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Jeremy P August 07, 2018 1:17 pm UTC
Hey Vall, this is a great product! Is there any way you could make it so the text is copy/pasteable? Or even have a text only version? I'm wanting to add this to my DnD OneNote but separate them out by level, but it's a lot to retype.
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Vall S August 07, 2018 2:19 pm UTC
Hi Jeremy, thanks for the kind words!
If you've purchased a copy, version 2 has been released which should allow the PDF to be searchable and the text to be copy/pasted.
Version 2 also has a collection of new tables that randomizes the hunts by recommended level, if that helps!
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Jeremy P August 07, 2018 2:52 pm UTC
Oh awesome! I hadn't tried copy/paste in version 2. That's perfect. Thanks!

It allows me to select the text, but not copy/paste it. But having the extra tables and levels next to the full text of the bounties made everything much easier to navigate.
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Vall S August 07, 2018 4:07 pm UTC
I've changed the settings my end now, so try giving it a fresh download now and see if that works. :)
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Jeremy P August 07, 2018 7:07 pm UTC
Awesome, that works now. Thanks a bunch!
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Vall S August 07, 2018 7:07 pm UTC
No problem!
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