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Bell, Book, and Driftglobe

A 4-6 hour frostbitten dungeon delve for 1st-5th level characters

Bell, Book, and Driftglobe is a self-contained adventure that scales cleanly for parties from 1st through 5th level. A treasure map leads you to the ancient ruined city of Ganoksreach. What starts as a search for forgotten treasure in a frozen crypt turns dire as it is revealed that an overconfident necromancer has awakened an ancient evil better left undisturbed!

This adventure runs great as a convention-style one-shot, an introduction to Dungeons & Dragons for new players, or a few hours of quick, low-commitment roleplaying. Just roll up some level 1 characters, skim the document, and get adventuring!

It can also make a fun addition to your current long-running standard campaign or hexcrawl. The site of the ruined crypt should appear somewhere deep in a frozen wilderness, but your players can come across a map to the site in any merchant stall, monster hoard, or as a reward for completing another quest.

Inside, you’ll find:

  • A 14-room non-linear dungeon with an original map
  • Clever puzzles, secret chambers, and shiny, shiny loot
  • Undead surprises around every corner
  • Stats for a CR 2 necromancer with some tricks up his sleeve
  • Stats for a CR 1/4 plague zombie and the rules for a new disease: midnight fever
 
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May 12, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on May 12, 2019.