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Following a winding path through the maze-like streets of the Seatower district in Baldur's Gate, the party find themselves at The Butchered Sow Inn - across the table of one of the most reputable disreputables in all of the Lower City. From behind his metal mask, he utters a coarse whisper: "It's a serious job for serious professionals. Are ya in or not?"

THE BURGLARS OF GROUSE'S GROVE is a lengthy one-shot for thieves, rogues, and other creatures of moral compromise. The party must infiltrate and steal a chalice from a highly regarded nobleman in the Upper City of Baldur's Gate - but how will they approach this heist?

This one-shot was written as a classic heist mission - I've found that, oftentimes, my rogue players have trouble feeling like an important part of the party composition. This one-shot is aimed specifically at rogues, but there are plenty of opportunities for all classes to be made useful.

Suggested DM experience: Intermediate

Suggested level: 2-3 (Can fairly easily be scaled higher)

Contains Maps and Stat blocks for all NPCs and locations the party will visit! (I recommend scribbling a hasty version of the Manor map to give to your players - make sure it's missing some of the information!)

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