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Escape from Nivix


A 2-4 hour Ravnica adventure for 5th-10th level characters (optimized for 8th level).

While meeting your Izzet contact in Nivix, the tower mysteriously goes into lockdown. Someone has framed you for stealing Izzet technology. Can you clear your name and navigate the hazardous magical laboratories of Nivix to safety?

This adventure is meant to be played after "Rumble in the Rubblebelt", but it can be run as a standalone.


Rob Steiner has been a D&D fan and player since the first release of the Red Box. He's also a published novelist, with nine fantasy and sci-fi novels under his belt. Connect with Rob at

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Robert R September 28, 2020 2:04 pm UTC
Hello! I purchased this a while ago and my players are finally almost ready to run it! Is it possible for me to get a copy of the map without the numbers so I can put it up on our board?
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Rob S October 02, 2020 11:46 am UTC
Hey Robert: Sure can. Please email a request to "" and then I'll reply with the map.
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Joshua S September 26, 2019 1:01 am UTC
Hi, I like the premise of this, but I don't want to introduce gruul to my campaign yet. Is it possible to modify this as a one shot adventure?
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Rob S September 30, 2019 7:18 pm UTC
Hey Joshua: Sorry it took so long to respond. You absolutely can run this as a one-shot -- in the adventure's "Hooks" section , I suggest that if the characters have NOT gone through "Rumble in the Rubblebelt", one of their contacts can send them to Nivix as couriers delivering important research papers. If the characters find EMLA later on, you can just pass it off as another crazy Izzet device. Hope this helps! -Rob
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Teng L March 13, 2019 6:54 am UTC
Hey, I am trying to run this Friday. Is it possible to give me the map without the number so I can put it on Roll20?
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Rob S March 14, 2019 12:53 pm UTC
Sure thing. What's your Roll20 name? I can PM it to you (or let me know if you'd prefer a different delivery method).
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Ian S October 27, 2019 1:16 am UTC
Think I could get it as well? My email it
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