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The Tomb of the Dwarven King




The Tomb of the Dwarven King is an adventure for D&D 5th Edition suitable for 3 to 6 characters of 1st level, lasting 1-2 hours. The module provides an introduction to the Lost Mine of Phandelver and includes an introduction to one of the main NPCs from that adventure. The adventure can also be played as a one-shot or as an introduction to a campaign created by the Dungeon Master.

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Cover_190px.png Expedition to Wyvern Tor is a Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition adventure for 3rd - 5th level characters.
The adventure is an accessory to The Lost Mine of Phandelver, designed to expand a side quest in which the characters must deal with a group of orcs camped at Wyvern Tor. With a bit of adaptation, the adventure can be played in any campaign.

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Angel M August 26, 2019 8:06 am UTC
I got a question regarding what seems to be a passage from 6 to 7 in the map. This is not mentioned in the supplement but the map shows some rubble and looks like there was a passage there. Is it now obstructed or is there a secret way to pass. I know I as DM can alter whatever I want but I'm just curious about that feature.
Also, what's the recommended scale on the map? is each square 5 ft?
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Daniele S August 30, 2019 11:10 am UTC
Hi Esteban, sorry for the late response. Yes the passage has collapsed, so the party cannot pass unless you decide otherwise. The map scale is 5 ft!
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