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Alright, stop! Collaborate and listen: Roc Capella's back in a brand new adventure. Specifically, a new Dungeoncraft for D&D Adventurers League season 10, from the writer and artist team behind "Clever" and the award-winning "Where Can She Be?"

In Bryn Shander, the city prepares for a day of celebration and festivities, as a well-known couple finally ties the knot. Adventurers are needed to help ensure all goes well, especially with the appearance of a famed troupe of kenku bards.

Can you protect the troupe, save the wedding, and help the happy couple survive the cruel, cold world that is Icewind Dale under Auril's eternal winter?

A 4-hour adventure for tier 2, optimized for APL 8, using the "Winter Over" Adventure Seed.

What will you get in "Ice, Ice, Birdie?"


Meet Sen and Lana, a young couple finding love in the middle of Icewind Dale and the Frostmaiden's curse. They've already gone through their "will they, won't they" antics, so now it's time to make sure they actually can.

Even in the dreary and dire environment that is the frozen north, there's still time to find some happiness and moments to celebrate. Of course, given the Dale's current conditions, even those moments can be short-lived if not protected...

(Is the romance too heteronormative for your tastes? You have my express, written permission to change their genders and sexuality around as you see fit. Love is love, after all.)

A Musical Adventure

Roc Capella makes a return after the band's debut in "Where Can She Be?" bringing with them a few new members of their crew and a lot more adventure.

Join the all-kenku troupe as they explore Icewind Dale and help them with the many obstacles that confront them. DMs and players alike will be singing their way through "Ice, Ice, Birdie."

Not a good singer? That's okay! We also include a handy Spotify playlist filled with songs used to inspire this adventure, which brings us to...

So Many Song References

We stopped counting after 50, but suffice to say, there's a lot. From character names to section headers to entire lyric-themed puzzles, there's enough music in this adventure to keep your table singing until the final roll of the night.

Please note that these are references to actual songs, so players will have to suspend their disbelief a little bit. Is it really such a stretch to imagine that bards in the Forgotten Realms composed their own versions of "Get Back" or "Crazy Little Thing Called Love?" Maybe, but we're going with it anyways.

Also Included:

  • A handout of lyrics for Maurice's speech
  • Full-sized maps, complete with grids, ready for uploading to Roll20

Are you ready to come to the land of the ice and snow? Download "Ice, Ice, Birdie" and see why it's cooler than cool. 

Errata Note: According to the latest DC guidance, Chwinga Charms do not last beyond the adventure they're obtained in. Use it or lose it!

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Jon K May 03, 2021 3:01 am UTC
Hello! Any suggestions for a map for the "Thriller" encounter? Excited to run this for my party!
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Robbie P May 03, 2021 3:47 am UTC
Hi Jon, for that encounter, I didn't include a map because it would basically be piles of snow every which way. However, if you want to spice it up with some environmental flavor, you can add some evergreen trees for the undead to emerge from and for players and enemies alike to use as cover. Hope that helps!
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