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Crush ogres, see them fall before you, and hear the lamentations of their leaders.

OGRE KRUSH is a 4-hour adventure for characters of levels 5-10.

This adventure takes place in Ten-Towns of Icewind Dale, specifically Lonelywood. The location is represented as it appears in Rime of the Frostmaiden and this adventure can easily be used in the midst of that campaign. Several existing and new NPCs appearing herein, creating a sense of continuity.


This is a Dungeoncraft adventure legal for Season 10 Adventurers League play. 

The adventure package includes:

- Many ogres to crush.

- Beautiful VTT-friendly battlemaps to crush ogres on.

- Stat blocks necessary for the crushing of ogres.

- Opportunity to join Team Fireball (membership not guaranteed, owlbears not welcome).

Warning: This adventure contains an approximately 45-60 minute social interaction section during which no ogre crushing takes place. It's just a really lovely night on the town during which you get to have dinner with friends and chat. Overzealous ogre-crushers may experience symptoms of anticipation. 

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Espen Alme E November 19, 2020 7:38 am UTC
No Hermits welcome?

Just based on the preview, but there are no Hermits in the table on page 7...?
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Andrew B November 19, 2020 11:48 am UTC

The table lists some common backgrounds that would get logical priority at one of the locations, based on the NPCs who run them. This is just as a way for the DM to help drive the story. Not every single background is on the list, but there are places that welcome everyone - namely the Speaker's House and the White Moose.

Due to the ... well... "hermity" nature of hermits, the aren't specific places that are eagerly awaiting to receive one. However, there is also some guidance for the DM to open up such places for unlisted backgrounds, based on character specifics. So depending on the hermit's details, they might have a friend in town, or know the fishermen, etc. This section is intended to fit with specific character backgrounds and is very easy to adjust to fit any background - including those unlisted, custom ones, future ones.
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Espen Alme E November 19, 2020 3:42 pm UTC

Thanks for clarifying.
The list just seemed so comprehensive, but then I couldn't find a "home" for my own character, so I was wondering if there was some kind of omission.

And who wouldn't want to partake in the wisdom and insight gained by someone who's lived apart from the world for a while ;-)
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Andrew B November 19, 2020 3:54 pm UTC
The fact that your specific character's background isn't individually mentioned is intended to be invisible to you as a player (thanks to the DM). That table's not player-facing :)
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