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How Malar Stole Midwinter!


Explore a new villain option for Waterdeep: Dragon Heist!

Victoria Vladikoff is a noble of barely any repute, but she's hiding a deadly secret: she's spent the past several years becoming the undisputed Huntmistress of the followers of the god Malar in Waterdeep. Malar the Beastlord is a god of savagery and evil lycanthropes, and his followers murder kidnapped humanoids in seasonal events known as the High Hunt.

When rumors suggest a vast vault of treasure is hidden beneath the city, Lady Vladikoff sees an opportunity to finally enact her dream: year-round High Hunts in the city of Waterdeep!

Stop Vladikoff and the cult of Malar in this inexplicably Seuss-reference-stuffed path for Dragon Heist. Inside you'll find:

  • Background on Lady Vladikoff and lackeys.

  • An encounter path using the locations in Dragon Heist.

  • A map and description of Vladikoff Manor.

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November 5th, 2018
One of the great things about Dragon Heist is that it has some replayability value to it (more so on the DM's end of things than the player's, but that's neither here nor there), and How Malar Stole Midwinter! only increases that replayability [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on September 13, 2018.