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Through the Veil: Tales of the Feywild

 

Are you ready to journey into the Feywild?

 

Send your adventurers on a journey into the mysterious Feywild!

Through the Veil: Tales of the Feywild presents ten original Feywild-themed adventures designed for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (D&D5e). Adventures span tiers 1-4 and highlight the fey realm and its inhabitants from classic monsters like hags and satyrs to new foes such as the Night Huntsman, the fabled jabberwock, and a corrupted mother dryad.

Step into the plane of Faerie…

·        A treasure-filled temple and a river streaked with blood

·        An abandoned palace populated by a slumbering prince’s dreams

·        A song of jealousy and loss and a lover with a stone heart

·        A personified stone maze bound by neither physics or nature

In Through the Veil, the heroes are called to break a terrible curse and save a fey knight, rescue a village from shapeshifting hags, and accompany an ambassador from Calimshan to Queen Titania’s court to uncover a deadly plot. They must use clues from an ancient song to lay a sorrowful spirit to rest and traverse a sickly orchard filled with strange fruit. Adventures include a timed race through an icy fey glacier for an ancient artifact made of pure love, a power-hungry fomorian and seven duergar charmed by the statue of a sleeping elven woman, and an elderly archmage in need of escort on her final journey.

Featuring new magic items such as the Prince’s Heart, Lallwyn’s Brooch, staff of the dryad, collar of suggestion, potion of nature’s restoration, portal stones, and more.

The PDF version includes VTT maps as well as an accessible PDF that is high contrast and screen reader friendly! Accessible PDF created by Chris Hopper.

 

 

Through the Veil: Tales of the Feywild Contributors:

·       Aaron M Lopez

·       Alan Tucker

·       Andy Dempz

·       Brian Istenes(Clan Crafter Hralding)

·       Catarina Eusebio

·       Chai Power

·       Chris Love

·       CM O'Halloran

·       DeronPoisson

·       Domile’s Wonderous Works

·       Eleanor Hingley

·       Elise Cretel

·       Elven Tower

·       Erin Harvey

·       Eugenio Vargas (DM Jazzy Hands)

·       Fernando Salvaterra

·       Gwendybee

·       Iam Pace

·       J.Dungeonmaster

·       J.N. Butler

·       John Parker

·       Jorphdan

·       Joshua Meehan

·       Justyn Johnston

·       Kathryn Bannon Kovalchik

·       Kian S. Bergstrom

·       Kim Denise Williams-Roberts

·       Laura Galli

·       Lessie Nieves-Paugh

·       Mallory Dowd

·       Maria Diaz

·       Megg Flick

·       Mike Garraffa jr

·       Niki Pell

·       Rachel Boldt

·       Rachel Love

·       Ryan Mathews

·       Samantha Lavender

·       Sarah Breyfogle

·       Set Bellmont

·       Stasia Kasse

·       Steven Wonser

·       Tallulah Cunningham

·       Vin Werneck

·       Xan Larson


 

Check out #ThroughtheVeil on social media for product news and updates! Contact @DNDElise on Twitter or DNDElise@Gmail.com for any questions or comments!

 


 

Layout sample. Shimmering deer in a cavern and a map of the burning forest.

 

 

Layout sample. Picture of mother Dryad in her elven form carrying a nature staff.
 
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Jeff S February 06, 2021 2:37 pm UTC
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(Possible spoilers)
I’m thinking about including winter wonderland in my campaign. Is there any specific way the maze should be run in terms of connections, or is it left to the DM to figure out? It’s fine either way—I just want to make sure I didn’t miss any instructions that might help.

Also, could a version of the maze map without lettered rooms be provided for vtt encounters?

Finally, thank you for this very awesome product. Amazing job!
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Elise C February 10, 2021 3:40 am UTC
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Hey Jeff! Thank you for reaching out. I am reaching out to the author and my creative team now to get back with you with more information about this adventure!
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Elise C February 10, 2021 3:47 am UTC
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I reached out to our maps team. Due to the large size of this map, they were unable to get it into VTT. I am super sorry!
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Kian B February 10, 2021 3:41 pm UTC
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Hi, Jeff! When I wrote the 'Winter Wonderland' adventure, I tried to leave as much as I could open to the DM's discretion and I encourage you to hack the map and make it yours. When I run it, I connect all over the place, but it doesn't have to be that way. The important thing is the connections should be 'impossible' in just 3 dimensions. The maze should disorient and frustrate the PCs, but not to the extent that the players themselves are frustrated and annoyed. That's a fine line and one that only the DM can intelligently arbitrate. I trust you to do the right thing for your group. :)

I hope you and your players like the adventure. It was so much fun to write.
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Jeff S February 10, 2021 9:55 pm UTC
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Thanks, Kian!

I thought that would be your answer! :) I very much look forward to putting my group thru this. (One member is fond of mapping -- very much looking forward to the perplexed looks. Welcome to the Feywild!)

Once again, very nice work.

Jeff
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Jeff S February 10, 2021 9:58 pm UTC
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Thanks, Elise.

Just to be clear, I wasn't asking about a specific VTT format. I import the maps myself into Encounter+, so I was just wondering if the JPG could be generated without the letters marking the rooms, like is done with other "player version" maps. Not a huge deal if that's still a challenge, but wanted to make sure we were talking about the same thing. :)

Jeff
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George P September 10, 2020 10:00 am UTC
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Are the adventures designed to fit together in a campaign narrative, or are they completely independent?
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Kian B October 19, 2020 5:13 pm UTC
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The adventures are independent of one another but there are a lot of shared themes. I don't think it would be hard to string them together into a campaign.
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Doug V August 21, 2020 2:06 am UTC
Adventure collections like this are some of my favorite kinds of resources to have around. I love fey stories and material too so this is a homerun. And it's just fun to look and read through!
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Elise C August 21, 2020 8:38 pm UTC
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Thank you for the feedback and for supporting our project!
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SetChrisine E August 14, 2020 5:41 am UTC
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So excited to have my own copy! <3 :3
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Elise C August 15, 2020 4:40 pm UTC
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Thank you for supporting our project!
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Victor S August 14, 2020 12:36 am UTC
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Hello, great product. Is it possible to get the maps in a separate zip folder so we can easily use in vtt. I would be awesome if it was gridless as well and without labels but I'll take what is available.
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Elise C August 14, 2020 1:13 am UTC
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Thank you for reaching out! This is Elise the project lead. I am looking into putting something together now to prepare a zip file of maps. I will try to get something up within the next week!
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Victor S August 14, 2020 4:28 pm UTC
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Sweet, Thanks!!
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Elise C August 15, 2020 4:39 pm UTC
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Hey Victor! Our maps lead has prepared a zip file and I just added it to this product. It should now appear in your download!
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Victor S August 19, 2020 11:08 pm UTC
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It does, Thanks!
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Paul H August 13, 2020 11:26 pm UTC
Love the YouTube channel, and this sounds great, but is there any chance of a VTT version? I'm playing exclusively on FG for the foreseeable...
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Elise C August 14, 2020 1:15 am UTC
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Thank you for reaching out! This is the project lead. We are currently working on getting a Fantasy Grounds version created!
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Jochen P August 13, 2020 6:38 pm UTC
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The preview file has some graphical glitches (such as the top corners of pg 5).
Will the printed books have these as well?
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Domille's W August 13, 2020 10:23 pm UTC
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Hi there! I am the cartography lead for this project and while I don't have my hardcover in my hands yet, I do have the PDF and these glitches are NOT in it! I would imagine that these glitches are not going to be in the printed version either, as the book went through several rounds of reviews before it was approved for print. (I was not the one approving it though and have never seen the printed version, so take this for what it is).
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Elise C August 14, 2020 1:12 am UTC
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Thank you for reaching out! This is Elise the project lead. I have done two media reviews of the print version, and there should be no glitches in the print or pdf. I am happy to look into any issues that come up.
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Jochen P September 09, 2020 4:12 pm UTC
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Thanks for your reply!
I will be picking this one up soon :)
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