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Zassan the Slaver


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An original oneshot adventure designed for 4-5 5th level characters.

"... a tight, challenging adventure perfect to slot into a campaign or keeping in your pocket as a one shot ..."

Plot Summary

Every year, the small town of Whitetree has to sacrifice a child as tribute to a fiery salamander slaver, Zassan. The players must pursue the slaver, attempting to stop him and retrieve his precious cargo before it’s too late!

About This Adventure

  • 4-6 hour session for 4-5 players

  • Playtested material

  • Unique items, maps, NPCs and race-against-time mechanics

  • Customized monster stat blocks

  • Printer-friendly version

  • 20-page adventure guide

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September 2nd, 2018
To me, Zassan the Slaver is a perfect example of an adventure that can be injected into an existing campaign OR run as a one-shot; The bad guys are bad, the pathos is real, and the rewards are great. All that's missing is a co [...]
August 31st, 2018
Zassan the Slaver by Maximillian Hart is a very solid and playable adventure module, made even more impressive by the fact it is Hart’s first foray into adventure writing for the DM’s Guild. For Dungeon Masters, the content is well [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on August 28, 2018.