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Beneath the mausoleum of the Waterclock Guild, built in Neverwinter, lies the crypts, filled with automatons and water-powered traps.
Saborn Rendell and Lucan Greenharrow, famous clockmaker and skilled elementalist respectively, created these crypts to host their laboratories and the secrets that allowed them to build amazing time pieces and marvelous clockworks.
In this adventure location your character will explore the crypts, travelling through 4 different levels, encountering Saborn automatons, powered by elemental energy, and the arcane traps of Lucan, exepert in elemental magic and planar travel.

An adventure location for 6th to 10th level characters

Inside this document you will find:

- Informations about the history of the Guild and Lucan's research on elemental binding ritual
- A 4 level dungeon filled with traps and elemental constructs with hand drawn maps
- 3 New Monsters: Automaton Worker, Battle Automanton and Assault Automaton

Suggestions, ratings and reviews are much appreciated! Let me know what to improve and which content would you like to see next!

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Nate T March 14, 2021 2:45 am UTC
The planar clock puzzle (pg 11) in the laboratory is very unclear. I read over it several times and couldn't understand what it's supposed to look like. Any chance you might release a simple diagram to help visualize it?
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ALKIVIADIS N January 10, 2021 8:39 pm UTC
Please add a version without the background.
I see that this was already requested in 2019.
It is very hard to concentrate with all the gears on the background.
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Fabio B January 15, 2021 11:03 am UTC
Hello Alkiviadis, thanks you for pointing this out again! I uploaded the version with no background finally
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Viet Michael K August 02, 2019 7:52 pm UTC
Can you explain how to hook a party into this? I have my campaign setting in Neverwinter, but I have no idea how to get them to go here in the first place. If it's a secret lab, then who told the party about it, and why didn't they explore the crypt before?
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Fabio B August 05, 2019 7:04 am UTC
Hello Michael! You can use the compound as a safebox, for example. Something valuable is stored inside. It could be related to your specific campaign: for example in my home campaign it was used to keep the skull of a famous lich. Someone could be also interested in retriving the work of Lucan and Saborn: maybe a Lanthanese engineer wants to acquire the blueprints of the automatons or the Arcane Brotherhood is after Lucan's research!
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Ryan A May 07, 2019 11:35 pm UTC
Does the full PDF have the text over the same background as the sample? I found it difficult to read.
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Fabio B May 08, 2019 6:52 am UTC
Hello Ryan

Yes the background is the same, but I was planning to add also a version without.
Hope to get it done soon!
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