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Ythryn Expanded Towers of Magic Bundle - maps and extra content for Rime of the Frostmaiden

Ythryn Expanded Towers of Magic Bundle - maps and extra content for Rime of the Frostmaiden

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The ancient floating Netherese City of Ythryn had eight magical towers, one for each school of magic. Now the towers, along with the city, lie trapped in a frozen tomb. The wizards of this great city are either long dead or have lost their minds to madness. Yet the towers still hold powerful magic waiting to be tapped.

This supplement contains EIGHT 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.
These supplements present the events that occur in the eight towers of magic as an alternates to those described in Chapter 7: Doom of Ythryn in 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. These supplements assume a party of 4–6 characters of 9–11th level.

Save 25% When Buying all Eight Towers! 

The Ythryn Expanded Towers of Magic Bundle includes these products (click each to read more or purchase individually):

Abjuration Conjuration Divination Necromancy 

Evocation Illusion Enchantment Transmutation


All Towers


I've already purchased one or more of the products in this bundle – do I still have to pay full price for the bundle?

Nope! I have created another bundle that contains the adventures I have published for Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden. The content in these two bundles is identical, except for how the files are organized, as we can zip and ship them as one in this bundle. Beyond that, you're getting exactly the same content at exactly the same price – so if you have already purchased one or more of these products, go ahead and buy the other bundle and that product should be deducted from the price! :)

Check Out Rogue Watson's Full Written Review or Video Review!

"Final verdict, Ythryn Expanded Towers of Magic expertly fixes expands and enhances a critically underdeveloped area making this a must have supplement bundle for Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden." - RogueWatson

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John B May 15, 2021 6:15 pm UTC
Heya I have just bought this and thought I would say looks really good so far; a question I have is I am adding these towers into my Homebrew world for my campaign and just wondered; do you have a recommended party level / order for each tower or is it just to my discrepancy? Thank you!
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Daniel K May 15, 2021 7:14 pm UTC
Hey there John,
Recommended average party level is 9 to 11. You can probably tweak a few towers to extend that range. The only ordering that I recommend is to do Necromancy before Enchantment if you can guide your party that way. Otherwise it can be a sandbox. If you plan to control the order then maybe split up the towers so that don’t have combat focused ones back to back. I recommend sticking conjuration somewhere in the middle to give your party a safe place to long rest. Excited to hear you’re bringing this into a homebrew campaign!
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Darryl L April 28, 2021 1:35 am UTC
This looks really amazing. Perhaps because I am running through Rime atm and about to hit Ythryn. Unfortunately I live in the middle of nowhere so play exclusively on FG. Have you thought about having these converted for FG? If so I would love to take these on. I work as a freelancer for the Grim Press FG conversion team. If you wanted to know more is a link to our discord. You can find any of the team on there. My name on discord is Blokka, but any of the conversion team can help :)
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Daniel K April 28, 2021 11:48 am UTC
Thanks Darryl, someone is already working on the conversion.
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Darryl L April 28, 2021 11:51 am UTC
Awesome. I will keep an eye out for it :)
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Daniel K May 19, 2021 1:43 pm UTC
Darryl, Ythryn Towers of Magic for Fantasy Grounds is live now.
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Adam B March 27, 2021 12:46 am UTC
Possibly a stupid question.

But is it possible to use the towers without Icewind Dale?
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Daniel K March 27, 2021 1:19 am UTC
**Spoiler Warning**

The premise is that there is an ancient magical ruined city with a tower for each school of magic - each with something in it that the party needs in order to get to the boss's lair. The book Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden has the boss's lair, the story, and additional (although mostly non-essential) locations within the city. If you can fill those things in yourself, then I think the Towers of Magic can totally fit into a home-brew campaign. At the very least, the towers have lots of cool magic-school-themed challenges and tricks that you can re-skin to fill out some mad wizard tower or subterranean dungeon. :-)
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