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The Wrecker

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At the turn of the 16th century in our history, several coastal communities started a horrifying practice to earn money. By lighting large beacons on rocky shores, they would lure passing ships to close to the shore and watch them break on the rocks. The next morning the so-called Wreckers would walk the shoreline, looting the remains that came to shore. Should a crew member wash ashore, they were quickly killed to protect the community. D&D is filled with monsters that can have similar goals to these real people, but D&D also has something real Wreckers would never have had to deal with: their victims coming back from the dead.  

    This adventure can be placed in any setting and should prove to be a good challenge for parties between the levels of 4 and 5, However, it can be nicely paired with Ghosts of Saltmarsh. The adventure is built to simply be a side stop on the road and should wrap itself up nicely after the final battle with Paine.

 
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June 25th, 2019
This adventure has EVERYTHING. A historically inspired plot. Moral choices that test your players. Ghosts?! As someone who has the pleasure of reading through and helping to edit this, I really adore this adventure. Not only is the combat super enterta [...]
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June 25th, 2019
I had the pleasure of play testing this adventure and we had a blast. The players loved the hard moral choice which led to some excellent role playing. The group opted to sail to the light house which led to the shark fight, which was everyone lov [...]
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June 24th, 2019
As a tester and proofreader for this adventure, I'm very happy seeing the final product. Neil's knack for player (and reader/DM) immersion cannot possibly be overstated, and it shines through every section of The Wrecker. My favorite things about this [...]
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