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Curse of the Sugarplum Fairy

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HILARIOUS HOLIDAY-THEMED ADVENTURE DIPPED IN DANGER AND SPRINKLED WITH THE MACABRE!

It's the Feast of Fealty! The movers and shakers of the empire have gathered to honor Queen Marie, the Archmeister Sucromancer and Imperial Matriarch of the House of Sugar & Spice. Or, as she is known to bad little children who won't stay in bed, the Sugarplum Fairy . . .  

Something sinister is afoot tonight! The famed Doompa Doompa Artificer Drosselmeier, absent from the court for over two decades, has returned, bringing with him a most humble gift for Queen Marie, a simple nutcracker. But he brings something else as well, rumors of a horrible beast with an unquenchable craving for revenge: the Piper King!

This ribald holiday adventure takes place in two candy-coated parts.

In Part 1, adventurers must infiltrate the Feast of Fealty and survive assassin's blades, the drunken Ogre fangirl Lady Quietbottom, bloody duels with imperial hairdressers, fanatically loyal Banana Guards, enticing Candy People, and the gluttonous delights of the Imperial House of Sugar & Spice. 

In Part 2, they delve into the mysterious House of Mouse, battling terminally stoned Sucromancers, murderously adorable Polichinelle, and a cadre of war-hardened Mouseketeers (who, frankly, have had enough of all this nonsense) as they seek the legendary Garden of Candy-Coated Delights, the monstrous Piper King, and a treasure of unrivalled power and value, the Everlasting Gobsticker!

Designed for five or six 4th or 5th-level player characters, this 42-page adventure is packed with hilarious roleplay, creative problem-solving, vicious violence, and all the sweets your players can eat! 

FOR FANS OF 'ADVENTURE TIME,' 'WILLIE WONKA,' AND 'THE NUTCRACKER'

Inspired by the classic ballet The Nutcracker, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Pendleton Ward’s Adventure Time, and Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’s Saga, this adventure should appeal to players looking for a new kind of world to adventure in and an opportunity to laugh! And it's written to honor the diversity of the Dungeons & Dragons community.

TREATS AND TRICKS GALORE!

4 new weapons, including the Cocopuff Grenade and Redvine Slinger

7 new magic items, including the Figurines of New Hope: Her Worshipfulness, The Handsome Nerfherder, and The Big Walking Carpet!

22 NPCs, including the furious fangirl Lady Quietbottom, Gummybears, the terminally stoned Colonel Candycorn, Mouseketeers, the Rhinocomouse, Sgt. Stu Little, and, of course, the Piper King themselves!

FREE WITH YOUR PURCHASE! THE COMPLETE USER'S GUIDE TO SUCROMANCY

A 12-page guide to all things sweet and salty!

3 new playable races, including Candy People, Doompa Doompas, and Peppermint Tieflings!

4 new subclasses: Sucromancy Arcane Tradition, Confectioner Artificer, Sugar & Spice Divine Domain, and Golden Ticket Sorcerous Origin!

28 new spells, including The Munchies, Everlasting Gobsticker, Cream Pie Volley, Cinnamon Challenge, and Garden of Candy-Coated Delights!

WHO CAN TAKE A RAINBOW AND WRAP IT IN A SCREAM?

THE SUGARPLUM CAN! THE SUGARPLUM CAN!

 
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November 28th, 2020
I had the opportunity to playtest this adventure as the DM, and my entire group had a blast. The mood of the adventure is both deliriously off-kilter and macabre, which made for many hilarious and tense moments. For DMs, this adventure offers al [...]
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