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CCC-RCC-01-03 Chains of Desperation


An injured scout comes to you after her companions are captured near the Moonsea’s eastern coast. Can you save her friends before they disappear forever, or will you find yourself captives instead?

A 2-hour standalone adventure for 1st-4th level characters

This adventure also includes:

  • Battle maps in JPG format for use with virtual tabletop software
  • Fantasy Grounds module file

Note. This adventure was written for Role Call 2019, a small Adventurers League gaming convention in Collinsville, IL. For more information about Role Call, visit

Find the rest of the Role Call adventures here!

CCC-RCCC-01-01 Flight of the Forgemage
CCC-RCCC-01-02 The King of Thar
CCC-RCCC-01-03 Chains of Desperation
CCC-RCCC-01-04 Black Bliss
CCC-RCCC-01-06 The Handfasting

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Matthew P April 13, 2020 3:45 am UTC
THe maps provided for this scenario do not seem to fit the scenario. THere is a map for an Arena and Faire neither of which are locations in this scenario.
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Dave Z April 13, 2020 11:22 am UTC
There should be a new map file available as part of the download now.
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Joel M April 01, 2020 10:27 am UTC
Is it possible to get a player version of the maps to use in Roll20?
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Dave Z April 01, 2020 1:48 pm UTC
Sure thing. I added the dungeon map to the downloads.
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Joel M April 01, 2020 9:59 pm UTC
Thanks Dave! Can you tell Im working through these in order? :P

To jump ahead, it looks like no map pack for The Handfastining (not sure if you have powers to get those ones added). Seriously though, thank you for being super attentive and getting these up!
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Dave Z April 01, 2020 10:34 pm UTC
I added the maps I have for The Handfasting, but I don't know how useful they will be, because I don't have any player versions of them.
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Joel M April 01, 2020 10:37 pm UTC
DM ones are better than none! Thank you!
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