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The Sunken Ruins of Ishau

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Free entertainment during pandemic times.

In light of current events, I have decided to offer this adventure for free. It's a small gesture but I hope it can help a little bit.


The Sunken Ruins of Ishau

Near the jungles of Chult, beneath the waves of Refuge Bay, lies a ruined city. Evil hags and their minions make their home among the ancient relics.

Even deeper down, at the bottom of an old undersea lake, an otherworldly monstrosity guards its eclectic hoard of oddities. What does it know about the Soulmonger?

An adventure for characters between levels 4-6

Requires the Tomb of Annihilation adventure

Morkoth Clue

This 44 page adventure adds Ishau as a location to your Tomb of Annihilation campaign. It describes the city's history and current inhabitants, including maps, new monsters, and treasure. In an undersea temple, characters face off against a coven of sea hags. The sunken wreck of the Decapus is the lair of sea spawn pirates. And among the ruins lurk giant crabs, skeletal sharks, vegetan mummies, and other monstrosities.

A second location, complete with keyed maps, is available to characters who wish to dig deeper: the underwater island-domain of a Morkoth, pulled into Chult by Acererak's magic. The Morkoth's home is in disarray. Trophies it collected from across the multiverse are now running wild and its treasures are being looted by marauders from Ishau. If the characters help, it may share its secrets with them.

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Will R December 30, 2020 3:21 pm UTC
Thanks for offering this free during the COVID pandemic! I linked this on Facebook's Sage of the Forgotten Realms to someone going through this exact area.
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Harald M December 30, 2020 6:04 pm UTC
Hope they enjoy it!
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Page B June 26, 2019 10:40 pm UTC
Found this adventure as advertised by Dungeon Painter Studio. I love the maps, can I ask what pack you used?
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Harald M June 26, 2019 10:50 pm UTC
Thanks! It's called the Dungeon Delving tileset, by John Fallara, and is heavily based on Dyson Logos' style which is used in Dragon Heist.
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Page B June 26, 2019 11:28 pm UTC
Cool, thanks!
Do you foresee any issues with the Share-Alike license and the DMsGuild license conflicting?
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Harald M June 27, 2019 5:03 am UTC
As far as I understand any text you publish here is WotC's to do with as they like but art stays its owner's and whatever license they've put on it, so there should be no conflict there
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Page B June 27, 2019 6:07 pm UTC
Thanks for the insight. Also +1 for including a printer-friendly pdf.
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