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CCC-DES-02-03 Those Who Eat


Finding themselves on a foggy bank alongside the Moonsea, the adventurers must dive into
sunken ruins to save six innocent children from the God Who Eats. A Two-Hour Adventure for
Tier 1 Characters. Optimized for APL 3.

Enjoy hellish horror, inspired by "Out of the Abyss" and the Season 3 Adventurers League adventures, along with some of your favorite scary movies. This is the third in a three-part storyline, debuting at the 2019 D8 Summit Charity Convention.

A Word of Caution

The “Children of Sin” adventures deal with dark themes and ideas. Among them are children that are literally children of a demon lord, kidnapping, evil dolls (but not clowns), cannibalistic sea creatures, dark shark gods, the fear of drowning, a feeling of despair, and even thinly veiled mind control and off-scene murder at the end of the series. These are horrible things that could fit easily among “Curse of Strahd” and Season 4 Adventurers League adventures set in Barovia.

Some gamers will be okay with horrible things, and eat it up. Some will not. As a DM, you may and indeed MUST tone down the themes of the adventures based on your audience. Before starting, it is a smart idea to ask your players how comfortable they are with common horror tropes, as well as if certain topics are a no-go. Don't take this adventure (or any adventure you run) past their limits. As a DM, you are a player too and shouldn't take it past your limits either. You are empowered to change situations in the adventure as long as the end result is the same. Now, get out there and scare some people!

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This title was added to our catalog on April 20, 2020.