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Ythryn Expanded Tower of Enchantment - maps and extra content for Rime of the Frostmaiden



The Tower of Enchantment was one of eight towers of magic in the ancient floating Netherese city of Ythryn. Now the tower, along with the city, lies trapped in a frozen tomb. The wizards of this great tower are either long dead or have lost their minds to madness. Yet the tower still holds powerful magic waiting to be tapped.

This supplement is one of several short expansions to the locations in Ythryn with the following objectives:

  • Expand on the Eight Arcane Towers, making each one its own mini-dungeon adventure with exciting challenges and clear direction for the DM.
  • Provide Detailed Maps, for an immersive experience in person or on a virtual tabletop, rather than a brief 'theatre-of-mind' scene.
This supplement presents the events that occur in the Tower of Illusion as an alternate to those described on page 256 of Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden. As always, it is up to you how much of the content you want to use. It's perfectly fine to use some parts of this supplement while discarding others, or simply let the ideas presented here inspire new ideas of your own. This supplement assumes a party of 4–6 characters of 9–11th level.
Adventure Summary: 

After their arrival at the Tower of Enchantment, the party will find a frosty entrance hall covered in a large carpet. The carpet is a pair of mimics that attempt to trap and kill the party. Near the conclusion of the fight, an oblex dwelling upstairs sends a replica in the form of High Enchanter Ivira to greet the party. The oblex attempts to lure the party upstairs, where it is waiting in ooze form. At an advantageous moment, the oblex tries to disable as many party members as possible and attacks. On the verge of being defeated, the oblex will bargain for its life, potentially sharing a line of the Rite of the Arcane Octad. If the party presses on to search the tower, they will uncover the brain-dead husk of High Enchanter Ivira whose memories have been sapped by the oblex. The party may be able to restore her memories to learn the fourth line of the Rite of the Arcane Octad from her.

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March 20th, 2023
Another great little micro dungeon. I didn't modified it a bit to take out some of the powerful magical items. I wasn't ready to give all that stuff to the party at level 9. But the encounter and scenario is still great. [...]
April 4th, 2021
I really enjoyed the entire expanded tower series -- I keep recommending them to anyone who runs Chapter 7. Ythryn deserves lots of extra love. The content included here was lots of fun! This one for my group ended up being an expansion of the N [...]
March 6th, 2021
great additions to the adventure. The effort that has gone into these and the artwork is brilliant. Can't wait to add them into our Roll20 run through of Frostmaiden. [...]
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