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Tomb of Annihilation Expanded, Part 4: Wreck of the Narwhal


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Tomb of Annihilation Expanded

Part 4: Wreck of the Narwhal

Do you wish Tomb of Annihilation had more content and maps? Do you wish there was more jungle in your jungle adventure? Are you too busy to prepare all this yourself?

Then this is the product for you!

What it included?

  • 30 colorful maps, including battlemap variants for the Wreck of the Narwhal, several random encounter maps for out in the wilderness of Chult, and maps for the sidequest adventures!
  • Two new sidequests, each with maps, encounters, treasures, and interesting stories that add to your Chultan adventure experience.
  • At least 11+ hours of additional content!
  • And MORE!
This product contains thirty maps, all of them add-ons to the Tomb of Annihilation adventure.  That product is not required for this supplement to be beneficial.  These maps and encounters can be added on to your own jungle adventures even without the Tomb of Annihilation adventure campaign.

To save money, consider buying the Tomb of Annihilation Expanded [BUNDLE]

The bundle will be updated with each additional expansion!

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Robert B June 12, 2022 6:58 am UTC
11+ hours of additional content is an extreme exaggeration here. The pack doesn't contain 2 side quests, it contains 2 side encounters which is a dramatic difference, I genuinely don't know how you can stretch these two combat encounters across 11+ hours.

For this particular pack as well you'd hope the content has something more to do with the Wreck of the Narwhal but does nothing to give further detail to the ship, I feel that it should be called the "Gnolls of Dread Valley Pack" that you might run into if you go to the Narwhal.
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Christopher L May 28, 2020 6:26 pm UTC
as a new user to Dm's Guild in general, I didn't realize that the preview exists unfortunately, that being said I've bought the bundle and was very disappointed with the "30 maps", when in reality in this particular it's 7 maps with one or two assets changed or a greyscale thrown over the top of it and call it night - Specifically with maps like Jungle07 and Savanah where it's just a mostly flat block of colour with 10 or so pre-made assets pasted across it and really stings as a purchaser in amongst the quality of the other work such as needle's bones and lost nest in the other packs and the wreck maps from this one.
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Klaus K March 27, 2020 10:00 pm UTC
a bit expensive for atleast a bunch of crude maps :(
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Aaron G March 27, 2020 10:10 pm UTC
I'm sorry you feel that way. May I suggest in the future you look at the Quick Preview and screenshots before you purchase something so you know what you're getting. I usually do not get complaints about how my maps look. I'm sorry you don't like them.

I didn't hide that the product is primarily two sidequests and 30 maps, primarily random battle maps, as the Tomb of Annihilation adventure is often considered one of the best Wizards of the Coast 5e Adventures, but that it can get bogged down by repetitive random encounters. Most of these expanded ToA products that I've made included several random battle maps specifically to give players and DM's a variety of maps to keep these encounters from getting repetitive and stale.

But I cannot help it if you do not like the art style of the maps. Which is why the products have the Quick-Preview available, so you can see the art.
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Eric M May 08, 2020 5:15 pm UTC
TBH, I took a look at the maps and they look fine to me. Better than I can do, many of them and $5 doesn't seem unreasonable. It takes time to create maps and more time to write stuff.
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Aaron G May 08, 2020 10:25 pm UTC
Thanks for the honest review Eric!
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