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The Fey Veil barrier to the Feywild weakens as the Greengrass equinox approaches. A Fey hunting party awaits on the other side. The hunt will expect a reception, but Greenhall is no condition to host the hunt. Can the adventurers prevent the unsated hunters from destroying the village, or will they join in alongside the hunt? A Two-Hour Adventure for Tier 2 Characters. Optimized for APL 8.

Enjoy the third chapter in the unfolding saga of the "At Jeny's Request" series. This adventure continues where "Finding the Rabbit Hole" and "A Sanity Never Questioned" leave off. The drama between the Seelie and Unseelie Courts has not resolved itself. In fact, outside agitators are inflaming violence, which threatens to boil into the Prime Material Plane. Can your party help prevent catastrophe, and survive the weirdness that follows the Fey?

Please enjoy the five parts of this series, released at the D8 Summit Charity Convention. Buying this adventure helps support our mission of helping others. "When you game for charity, everybody wins!"

CCC-DES-01-01 "Finding the Rabbit Hole"

CCC-DES-01-02 "A Sanity Never Questioned"

CCC-DES-01-03 "A Question Never Asked"

CCC-DES-01-04 "An Answer Never Offered"

CCC-DES-01-05 "The Die is Cast"

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January 20th, 2023
This is a bit different from a typical adventure but is a lot of fun and rewards players' creativity. There is something for everyone here, but its very open ended and lets players come up with their own ideas. Best when the DM has prepped a lot [...]
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