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Accessible Adventure of the Week: The Weight of Glory


I’m so sorry. I was just trying to help!

Dad was a hero but died without the glory he desired and deserved. Can you help bring reconciliation to his grieving child?

This one-shot sidequest adventure is designed for 4-5 characters, level 5-7, with a total of 20-22 levels.

Background & Synopsis

Maledos, a tiefling sorcerer, is looking for help. Their father died in the battle, and they wish to give him a proper burial, but the battlefield is haunted by sword wraiths who prevent the battlefield from being disturbed. What the players don’t know is that Maledos was the one who ended the battle with a fireball that also killed their father, who is one of the sword wraiths.

Make Lives Better through Role-Playing Games

This adventure is one piece of a movement within the D&D community to invite, encourage, and include those who have not been, both in the RPG community and nearly everywhere in real life. Wyrmworks Publishing is dedicated to using RPGs to help you make lives better, to provide tools, training, and a community to this end. We believe that this will extend far beyond the ever-growing RPG community as more and more people learn, grow, and give and receive acceptance.

To that end, this adventure includes disabled NPCs just like in real life, including a character with severe cramps.

This free adventure is formatted for the blind and visually impaired, including stat blocks and NPCs.

Content Trigger Warnings

This adventure includes death and violence, undead, disapproval by parents, and death of parents.

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File Last Updated:
September 03, 2021
This title was added to our catalog on September 13, 2021.