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While the people of Chult suffer under the dreaded death curse, a force of darkness and corruption seeps into the jungle, defiling the once eternal spirits that gave life to the land.

Left unchecked, this vile power will eventually extend beyond these lands to pervade the entirety of the Realms. Hope lies with the return of Mezro, a holy bastion city long thought lost.

Those seeking to return the lost city to its former self are bound by destiny to either restore the balance or be consumed by their own dark fates.

Which path will you walk?

Lost City of Mezro is a D&D Adventurers League adventure series for characters of levels 1–16. It's available as both a PDF and a full-color 144 page hardbound.

This product is a compilation of the following DMs Guild Adepts adventures and supplements, formatted into a single book to be used alongside the Tomb of Annihilation™ hardcover or on its own as part of your campaign:

  • Heart of the Wild
  • The Risen Mists
  • Maze of Shadows
  • Ruins of Mezro

In addition to the adventures, all of the character options, new monsters, and magic items from the previous products have been included, as well as a conversion guide for Season 8 AL treasure awards.

Guild Adepts

This product is a DMs Guild Adepts adventure! The Dungeon Masters Guild Adept program brings highly talented individuals together for creative development. Guild Adept products are identified with the golden ampersand and logo.

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Jeffrey L April 04, 2022 2:34 am UTC
Do you guys have plans to make this a full fantasy grounds module? If not, I would love to recommend you to Team Twohy. We produce high quality modules. If you are interested, I would be more than happy to get you in touch with Rob.
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Kari M August 17, 2021 2:24 pm UTC
Does this have the most current versions of the adventures?
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Dalton H May 18, 2021 4:41 pm UTC
How meny players would you say to have
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Tyson P March 12, 2021 11:20 pm UTC
I don't see the answer below so I'll ask again. Are there Player versions of maps available in this?
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Rich L March 15, 2021 12:00 am UTC
Sorry about that. There was a long period of time when I wouldn't get any notifications. The product was just updated today with high-res maps for VTT. I honestly thought we had done this already! :)
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James T October 17, 2021 3:22 pm UTC
I have purchased the modules separately and Maze of Shadows still does not have downloadable player maps. Where can I go to get these without repurchasing everything in this compilation?
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Stuart L December 28, 2020 9:41 pm UTC
Hi All, I am looking to run this on Foundry VTT, and, similar to Sean T below, am wondering if there are any maps available in Jpg or Png format rather than trying to convert from the PDF?

Also going to try and contact the author, but not sure how
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sean S November 18, 2020 12:30 pm UTC
Any plans to make a mod for Fantasy grounds as I would love to add this into my ToA game
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Thomas M August 18, 2020 1:12 am UTC
Rich: I own all four of the original adventures, but understand there were changes to certain magic items in this version. Any chance of either a discount for those who bought the originals, or an update to the magic item descriptions in the original adventures?
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Philip K May 26, 2021 1:24 pm UTC
I second this question. I bought the hardcover but not the compilation pdf because I understood that it was just the original adventures combined. I would like to be able to see errata as it seems you've updated the book since I bought the hardcopy. But you haven't updated the old 4 adventures.

Do you have any plans to update the original 4 documents or do I need to pay an additional $15 for a living digital copy of the content?
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Sean T July 06, 2020 2:00 pm UTC
Do you have player versions of the maps available? I will be running this on Encounter+ and don’t really want to have to reproduce these great maps.
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Michael C June 15, 2020 5:47 pm UTC
This is a great supplement to Tomb of Annihilation. to bad I had already finished the tomb but I will be running it again real soon and I will be using Lost City of Mezro.

I have read it and it is great it can be ran as a stand alone ( I might do that too) or as a companion piece.

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Feodor R April 25, 2020 8:59 pm UTC
This is a fantastic supplement that I'm very happy with, hell, I didn't even know about the included Entropy Domain Subclass and Heretic Background, and they're freaking awesome!!

Looking forward to the future when I'll be able to order a hardcover copy!
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James M April 21, 2020 12:43 am UTC
I saw on the D&D website that this was supposed to be free until April 18th, but the PDF looks like it's still free as of the 20th. No complaints of course, but is this on purpose or are people getting it for free still by accident?
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Eric M April 16, 2020 9:12 am UTC
Is there a place where I can get digital maps of all the locations in this adventure? I'm planning on running this adventure on roll20 and other than screenshotting the pdf there doesn't appear to be a place to get the maps.
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Aaron G March 26, 2020 12:34 am UTC
I have a publisher's account, so I can't post a review or rate normally, but if I could, I'd give this a 5-star review. Just got my physical copy in the mail today and after wiping it down with disinfectant (because COVID-19), I'm loving the quality! Definitely worth the purchase and will go nicely with my own Expanded Tomb of Annihilation series.
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Cornelis H January 03, 2020 8:53 am UTC
Someone made an oopsie on the Dramatis Personae

Look at the Description for Adrinyth and then look at the description for Artus Cimber. Apparently we are to believe they are one and the same despite one not even being human.
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daniel C November 14, 2019 4:33 pm UTC
Just finished the first "Heart of the Wild" chapter as a set of additional content for my group on their return from Orolunga. They really enjoyed the content and I'm looking forward to running the other chapter content following our Completion of ToA.
Some of my notes/concerns from running the Heart of the Wild it so far:
1. This supplement is great for anyone looking to expand the interactions with Artus Cimber in ToA and the lore of Mezro.
2. Mesika's presence is the seething halls is justified by her teleportation belt but I haven't found anywhere where thats explained unless it's somewhere in the later chapters that i missed.
3. I found the encounter with Kolate at the end of the Heart of Wild and its conclusion a bit lackluster and I didn't like that he just attacks on sight. I swapped out his goggles of night with a Helm of Telepathy used to communicate with whoever was closest to the coin and really talked up Kolate beleives that he has created the tree to devour the...See more
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