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CCC-DES-01-06 One Last Job



At last, the enemy behind the floods in the Feywild is revealed. However, the watery nemesis is far more frightening than initially thought. Can your adventuring party rise to a challenged birthed in the watery depths? An Epic Fey Battle to Conclude the “At Jeny’s Request” Series

A Four/Six-Hour Adventure for Tier 2 Characters. Optimized for APL 8.

We Hope You Like Fey Content, and the Feywild, and the Seelie and Unseelie Courts...

The final adventure of this six-part story arc, "One Last Job" is a BIG adventure, in the vein of the final part of "Rise of Tiamat." Adventurers must ally with Jeny Greenteeth once again and gather allies to defeat the Olhydra. There are over 10 different groups that can be recruited - requiring a variety of social, explorative, and combat tasks. The replayability is immense, and story awards from a number of earlier adventures can come back to help or haunt players. Each choice will impact how the story unfolds for players.

If you are looking for an epic fey-themed adventure arc (Adventurers League or homebrew) that can last over 20 hours, "At Jeny's Request" is the right choice for you.

The "At Jeny's Request" Campaign Outline

There are six parts to this adventure (this is the sixth part), with two adventures that tie into the main campaign. You can run this as an adventure that takes 30 hours (or more) to play.

Links to the other five parts of the main campaign arc are:

Two adventures that tie into the events of this storyline and can serve to broaden the campaign are:

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This title was added to our catalog on August 21, 2020.