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A treasure trove of short encounters, story hooks, and random tables
that can make that long journey to the next adventure much more interesting…

Designed for characters of all levels

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The authors:

Alan Tucker
Alan is a contributor and author of a number of bestselling products on the DMs Guild, including Hey, Mister, Can You Help Me? and the highly acclaimed Myriad, City of Tiers. Alan also has several fantasy and science fiction novels to his name. You can find more at

Chad M. Lensch
Chad is a contributor to Villains and Lairs. He is working on other projects to be released soon!

Harm Delva
Harm wanted to give something back to the community after years of impressing his players with stuff he mooched off the DMs Guild. This is his first ever contribution.

Ciaran O’Halloran
Ciaran is a new contributor to the DMs Guild. He is a DM, Dad, and Drama teacher.

Elven Tower
Elven Tower is a powerhouse of RPG content creation. The small indie studio has created hundreds of fantasy maps, short adventures, and DM content for three years straight.

Tony Petrecca
Tony has been DMing since the last millennium. He is the author of several critically acclaimed DMsGuild adventures. Check out his best sellers Hunted, Journey Through the Center of the Underdark, and Killer Kobolds.

Beatriz T. Dias
Mostly an adventure writer, the DMsGuild has several of Beatriz’s works.

David McDonough
David is a new contributor on the DMs Guild and author of the adventures The Priest, the Witch, and the Lost Temple and Undermountain: Caverns of the Many-Legged.

Matt Vaughan (Dungeon Rollers)
Author of the Treasures of… series, featuring new magic items for use in all your campaigns. Dungeon Rollers has many new items coming in the coming months.

George Sager
George is a contributer to Storm King’s Barrows, has a credit in Kobold Press’ Creature Codex, and DMs a 5e campaign for friends when he isn’t working on one of several other projects on the go. Follow him on Twitter @GeorgeSCanada.

Duncan Rhodes
Duncan is the author of several best-selling titles on the DMs Guild, most notably Esquiel’s Guide to Magic Weapons, which brings 120 new blades, battleaxes, and bows to your game (along with a treasure trove of more fun stuff). He also blogs at

Morten Greis
Morten is a new contributor to DMs Guild, blogs at Stemmen fra ådalen and converts Danish adventures to English on DriveThruRPG.

Richard Malena-Webber
Richard is a contributor and author of many projects on the DMs Guild, including the Ravnica adventure The Tomb of Svogthos and Rise of the Champions.

Karl Sciberras
Karl’s first adventure, All in a Day’s Work, was released to the Guild in late 2018. More adventures will follow as he extracts all the stories that are rattling around in his head.

ELF Vesala
ELF is a random generator aficionado blogging at His favorite die is d10.

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Viktor K February 26, 2019 8:10 pm UTC
"A Medusa"? Medusa is a specific being, not a creature type. The creature type is Gorgon.
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Alan T February 26, 2019 9:36 pm UTC
In mythology, yes. But in the Monster Manual, the creature is listed as a medusa. :-)
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JONATHAN M February 26, 2019 4:35 pm UTC
I wish you had picked a better title. Choosing a title that sounds like the introduction to a joke, referencing someone with a physical disability, just seems like a poor choice this day in age.
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Carl E February 27, 2019 7:16 am UTC
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Michael B February 28, 2019 8:17 pm UTC
Clearly the woman being blind is an advantage in the situation. Acknowledging and even telling stories with people with different abilities and disabilities is not a poor choice. Pretending everyone is the same is a poor choice.
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JONATHAN M March 13, 2019 8:12 pm UTC
Interesting, I assume you are attempting to reply to my comment, but you seem to be talking to someone else. I referred to the phrasing of the title, not the content, nor did I say everyone is the same. But hey, you be you.
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Travis L March 24, 2019 10:57 pm UTC
Is this for real, or are you trolling? You seem to imply that the blind woman is being disparaged in some way by being included in the title, a stance I can find no evidence for. It's not even explicitly a joke; there is some clever storytelling going on with the idea that a blind woman would make an ideal companion for a medusa that is less inclined toward evil than usual.
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