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The Labyrinthe Archive

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The Labyrinthe Archive is an adventure location designed to be easy for DMs to drop into their campaigns when the characters must traverse a dangerous place in order to find hidden knowledge or a powerful magic item. It is a fast and easy location to drop into any campaign that requires little prep from the DM and encourages the DM to improvise the small details while taking care of the big picture for you! 

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The Labyrinthe Archive is an encapsulated adventure location that requires characters to fight or negotiate with three factions, navigate a mazelike library filled with horrific aberrations, and face an epic showndown at the archive's mysterious Clockheart!

A Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition adventure location for Tier 2 or 3 (level 5-16) characters that takes 4-8 hours to explore.

This adventure location includes:

20 Encounters for an Ancient Library

3 New Factions

6 New Monsters (including the Wax Golem, a Clay Golem variant)

2 New Magic Items

12 Magical Clockwork Devices

100 Mysterious Books to Discover

Custom Art by Florian Jonak


I hope you enjoy this adventure; please rate & review!

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February 17th, 2021
I am a little back and forth on this module. I was expecting a story/ one shot. It is more like a set of scenarios that you as a DM can build out. The setting is fantastic and the creatures are interesting. I chose this at random and my party has made [...]
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January 10, 2021
This title was added to our catalog on April 30, 2020.