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Wisdom and Warning: The Demon Wastes

The honorable Kendal Santor d’Sivis is back with a newly discovered document of grave importance. Little was known about the Demon Wastes…until now!

***Now available for Fantasy Grounds VTT! Click here***

What were once merely dots and names on a map are fully fleshed out and realized locations for adventure! Suitable for levels ranging from 2 - 17, the information presented in this nearly 120-page book is ready to drop into your Eberron, or Decent into Avernus campaign.

What You Get:

  • 9 Full Adventures for hours and hours of play
  • 8 Cities and Settlements in the Demon Wastes, many with maps, NPCs to encounter, and further adventure ideas
  • Over 25 Stat Blocks for brand new monsters and some twists on old favorites
  • Several brand new Magic Items
  • Random Encounter Tables for parties braving the Labyrinth
  • Tons of Lore, Artwork, and More!

All from an incredible line-up of contributors:

  • Dive into Broken Stone by Guild Adept, Ginny Loveday
  • Explore the Ash Beacon and Shaazarak by Cat Evans
  • Meet the dangerous citizens of Festering Holt by Stuart Broz
  • Plumb the depths of Kashakanta by Christopher Walz
  • Learn about the barbarian Ghaash’kala and Carrion Tribes from Jeremy Melloul
  • Investigate a mysterious ruin in the Shadowcrags by Joe Raso
  • Reclaim the failed colony of Desolate by Ed Chivers
  • Prevent a catastrophic ritual in Fiendfell and explore the Icecrown Mountains by Kayla Bayens
  • Meet the rough and tumble denizens of Rotting Blade and discover what’s going on in Burning Keep by Alan Tucker
  • and our esteemed loremaster, Matthew Booth

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Jose Luis P July 03, 2020 2:40 pm UTC
My group is Lvl 8, would the adventures in this book be suitable for them, or would most of them be too low level?

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Alan T July 03, 2020 8:42 pm UTC
There are several adventures that would work for that level range. Most, in fact, are second and third tier.
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Jose Luis P July 29, 2020 8:21 am UTC
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December 11, 2019 5:11 pm UTC
How might this fit into a Descent into Avernus campaign? Specifically, I'm looking to fill out the Avernus section. How would this product help that?
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Alan T December 11, 2019 8:54 pm UTC
There are a number of these locations/adventures that could be dropped into Avernus with some very minor tweaks (substituting devils of similar CR for demons mainly). Burning Keep, Rotting Blade, and Kashakanta come to mind immediately as some that fit well into the Avernus vibe. I hope that answers your question!
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Vinzenz S December 09, 2019 5:20 pm UTC
Hey, I just wanted to ask if VTT maps are included on this one (roll20?) or at least if there a maps without annotations in the appendix.
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Alan T December 09, 2019 5:50 pm UTC
I actually just included a separate zipped folder with all the "battle" maps (those with a grid). Keep in mind that some are 10 feet per square, while others are 5.
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Vinzenz S December 09, 2019 6:07 pm UTC
Nice :) Guess I got myself a new lecture :)
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Tom C December 04, 2019 12:47 am UTC
Not wanting to be that guy, but such is life: per page 8 of "Dragons of Eberron" (3.5e, 2007, Baker, Gray, et al.), the Progenitor Dragons Khyber and Eberron are female, and Siberys was male. Now, I've got no real investment in or concern with dragon gender politics BUT if you're going to stick with established canon, there you go. :)

In other news, this is an excellent book, and I see me purchasing the Mournland sourcebook in the near future.
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Alan T December 04, 2019 12:56 am UTC
Ah, you are absolutely correct and this is one that the editor caught and I neglected to get fixed at the last minute. I plan on doing an update with full internal hyperlinks in the next few days and I will also deal with the few niggly bugs like this one that crept in :) Thank you for the comment and compliment!
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Tom C December 04, 2019 1:02 am UTC
My pleasure -- otherwise a fantastic job, and I thought twice about even kvetching about it.
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Alan T December 09, 2019 5:51 pm UTC
This issue has been addressed in the latest version, along with internal hyperlinks!
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