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The Fox & The Fey


After a long day of travel, you stop for a rest on the side of the road near a grove. Just as you set your pack down and take a seat on a rock, an unusually large fox darts out of the bushes, grabs your bag in its jaws, and sprints off into the trees. It's so fast you've no chance to react. Having only just sat down you've had little rest, but now you must give chase or lose your gear.

A tricky adventure for 5th level characters

Lured into the Deep Wode by a wily fox, the heroes meet a forlorn Half-Elf and become embroiled in a plot to rescue their paramour from captivity by a capricious "Earl". Will they succeed and reunite the separated lovers? Or choose a different path and join a wild supernatural hunt through the Feywild? Dare they face the consequences of refusing?

What's Inside:

• A vexing 52 page "long-shot-one-shot" adventure featuring twists of some familiar creatures from the Monster Manual and two original NPC creatures with full stat blocks

• Two original maps of the "Earl's" Hunting Lodge

About the Author: A storyteller across many mediums, writer of many (as yet unpublished) far-fetched fiction novels, video game writer, rock musician (in Chimpanzees), graphic artist. tragic dork, trapped in the fuzzy navel of the UK. Long time player of D&D going back to the 80's with The Quest For The Hearthstone being the first real adventure my friends and I tried to play. This was inspired by the cartoon and toys (especially Warduke) but we could make little sense of the rules to begin with. Persisting, we all became engrossed with the game and played it often, but it took Dragonlance (and Raistlin) for us to become truly smitten with it.

My brother and I grew up with D&D as it evolved through the years, but put it aside when 90's rock and hormones came calling, dabbling here and there. However, when 5e landed we were drawn back in with the promise of a streamlined system and a return to less structured roleplay and fell in-love with it all over again. This eventually led us to start streaming our long running regular games with our group composed of game-industry creatives ("The Misfits"), spurred on by the antics of Acquisitions Incorporated.

Find me (and the rest of "The Misfits") on Twitter at @Aran0tang (and @misftsmonsters)!

Watch our gonzo capers every Wednesday at 8:00 PM (UK time) on Twitch.

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Trampas W August 14, 2019 4:16 am UTC
"Just as you set your pack down and take a seat on a rock, an unusually large fox darts out of the bushes, grabs your bag in its jaws, and sprints off into the trees."

Swiper, no swiping! Swiper, no swiping! Swiper, no swiping! :D
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Aaran M August 14, 2019 10:16 am UTC
I don't get the reference. Please explain. Is this about punctuation? Because you could have just said so and that would've been helpful.
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Aaran M August 14, 2019 10:28 am UTC
Regardless, I'm steadily making my way through the document to correct minor errors. An updated version will be uploaded asap.
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Craig M August 14, 2019 11:00 am UTC
They're just chuckling! :D Its a meme from Dora the explorer. Swiper is the sneaky orange fox. The antagonist!
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Aaran M August 14, 2019 11:21 am UTC
Och! Forgive me. I am old and bitter.
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Trampas W August 15, 2019 11:26 pm UTC
I was just referencing Dora the Explorer. My youngest watched that when he was a kid.

Keep smiling!
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Aaran M August 22, 2019 12:59 pm UTC
Ah yes, thanks for the clarification. I will try to smile. Though I worry my face will break. Will a smirk do? (O_,<)
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