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AE01-12 Lost in Dreams by Nausicaä Enriquez


Can you navigate fairy-tale intrigues among fey and living nightmares without getting trapped in the tale?

Fight your dreams in the twelfth adventure of the Across Eberron: Convergence Manifesto adventure path with this adventure for 7th 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: Using his recently acquired Aethervane, Provost Faurious locates the only connection between the material plane and Dal Quor, a feyspire called Taer Lian Doresh that exists simultaneously in both planes. The player characters are sent to retrieve a powerful artifact, the Mind’s Eye, the petrified eye of a kalaraq quori. As the party enters the feyspire and negotiates with its eladrin lord, what are they willing to give up in return? Negotiations unveil a far deeper story, centered around the machinations of the Inspired of Riedra and the kalashtar they persecute. Can the characters navigate the shifting stories of nightmares and dream-touched fey for possession of the Mind’s Eye

Across Eberron ( 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:

Nausicaä Enriquez attends college in the fey realm of Portland, Oregon, where she studies art, created and runs her school’s LGBT+ D&D+ Organization, participates in student theater, and wishes she had an elf’s trance ability. In her spare time, she writes queer fiction and tabletop games, tries to convince people that tabletop games are inherently queer, and dreams of a kinder and more enchanting world. She returns to the mortal world in the summer, where she works at the public library, has her annual A:TLA rewatch, and tries to be a freelance artist. She’s been obsessed with Eberron for more than half her life, bears the Mark of Shadows, and loves her regular Eberron groups very much. She will take any opportunity to rub her grubby little trans hands all over this world and is eternally grateful that Eberron and its fans support her in this quest. You can find her D&D work on the DMs Guild and at

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Leonardo J September 06, 2020 3:24 am UTC
I’m still DMing the adventure 4 from the Convergence Manifesto for my group, but while planning ahead I have read this adventure and I had some questions/comments about it.
First is how to handle warforged characters on this adventure.
Second, I didn’t quite get if the feyspire is in the material, on Thelanis or Dal Quor. The item they are there to get is from Dal Quor, but much of the adventure feels closer to Thelanis (as example, not being able to hit the opponent during the hunt because “the story does not yet call for him to be wounded”).
Third, I would like suggestions on what to do if a member of the party offers time for the mind’s eye.
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