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Sandbox: The Beggar Prince - A Waterdeep Adventure

Morg Head Horn

The Beggar Prince - A fiend with a thirst for power established an almshouse in Waterdeep’s underbelly. Will the characters strike down the cambion Dax or support him in his humanitarian mission? Descend into the aromatic sewers of Waterdeep, uncover the circumstances behind a mysterious coin shortage and approach the problem the old-fashioned way: hours of indecisive planning.

The Beggar Prince

Dax, a cambion who was sired by the demon lord Graz’zt, established a safe haven for the homeless and destitute in the sewers below Waterdeep. Dax claims to have noble intentions, defying his demonic father. How better to spite a father that stands for chaos and destruction than to help the poor and needy? Disguised as a fellow beggar, Dax first befriended many of Waterdeep’s poorest souls. After he felt that he gained their trust, Dax revealed his true form to them...
This adventure is intended for an adventuring party of level 2 to 5. It can be adjusted for a higher level party with relative ease since there are no mandatory fights. It’s more of a sandbox experience than anything else, and the focus lies almost exclusively on roleplaying.

What is Included?

This product includes extensive explanation of the involved NPCs, a few art pieces, and a detailed description of Dax's hideout as well as several quest seeds. There are also 2 colored maps: one original map of Waterdeep's sewer system and one map of Dax's Hideout based on Dyson Logo's Lockhart’s Delve.

Stretch Goals!

If this product reaches Electrum Bestseller status, I will add additional art! The NPCs Rufus, Mio, and Thomas will surely be among the add-ons.


This adventure is presented to you by author Christian Eichhorn. You can contact me via mail ( or via Twitter (@squirrelgolem).

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Fruity D November 25, 2018 9:05 pm UTC
I just downloaded and have read about 8 pages so I don't know much yet, it seems pretty interesting though.
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This title was added to our catalog on November 25, 2018.