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AE01-10 At Death's Door by Patrick Dunning

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A dangerous delve into the depths of the dwelling of the deity of death.

The Keeper awaits in the tenth adventure of the Across Eberron: Convergence Manifesto adventure path with this adventure for 6th level characters. Written for use with either Eberron: Rising from the Last War or the Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron by Keith Baker.

Adventure Summary: At Death’s Door is a dungeon crawl that takes place almost entirely in the upper chambers of the Lair of the Keeper. This lair belongs to an ancient dracolich that perhaps styles themselves after the legends of the Keeper, or perhaps even inspired them. Stormhome.  The player characters are called to the home city of House Lyrandar to meet with Guild Handler Lhara regarding their quest for an artifact tethered to Dolurrh, the Realm of the Dead. The Descent. Traveling by airship over the horrors of the Demon Wastes, the party descends into a vast canyon to find the Lair of the Keeper.  After agreeing on a pickup point, the party skydives into the hellish landscape and hides to avoid the notice of a would-be god, then explores the surrounding area. The Lair of the Keeper. The bulk of the adventure takes place in the upper chambers of a dracolich’s lair in a manifest zone tied to Dolurrh, the Realm of the Dead.  Surviving the horrors of this place is the main challenge of the adventure. The Ghaash’kala. There is one last challenge standing between the players and their escape to the airship.  The orc tribes called the Ghaash’kala consider it their holy duty to protect the rest of the world from the horrors of the Demon Wastes. They will attempt to stop anything from escaping the Wastes, unfortunately including our heroes.


Across Eberron (www.acrosseberron.com) is an Eberron community project that aims to tell the stories and exploits of heroic characters in Eberron and introduce players--new and experienced--to the wonderful lore and rich history the setting has to offer. Edited by Will Brolley, Wayne Chang, and Laura Hirsbrunner, along with executive producer Keith Baker.

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About the Author: Patrick Dunning started playing and DMing Dungeons & Dragons with 3rd Edition back in 2001. When Eberron came along in 2004 it was the halfling barbarians on velociraptors that hooked him. Eberron has been his preferred setting to play pretend ever since. He hails from Richmond, Virginia where he works by day as a systems administrator.


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February 24th, 2020
Overall: Want a daring adventure into the Demon Wastes to steal from a possible god? This is the adventure to go to! It runs fairly smoothly, forces the players to make interesting choices (and frequently), and is generally excellent. [...]
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