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The following information is a 5E D&D conversion of the various monsters and creatures encounters for DL10: Dragons of Dreams. The original module, the Monster Manual, Dungeon Masters Guide, Volo’s Guide to Monsters, and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes are required to use this conversion guide. Monsters of the Multiverse may be used instead of Volo’s Guide to Monsters and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes. The adventure is for characters who are levels 8-10.

Other 5e conversions of classic Dragonlance adventures are also available:

DL1 Dragons of Despair 
DL2 Dragons of Flame
DL3 Dragons of Hope 
DL4 Dragons of Desolation 
DL6 Dragons of Ice
DL7 Dragons of Light
DL8 Dragons of War
DL9 Dragons of Deceit
DL12 Dragons of Faith


Maps have been prepared at 70 DPI of key locations.  Grid and no grid variants of most maps are included.  Maps provided include:

  • Arena
  • Crystal Dragons
  • Dragonlances
  • Dream Map of Silvanest (with and without encounter key)
  • Endless Halls of the Dead Kings
  • The Gemstone Man
  • Innocence
  • Life As Usual
  • Locked Door of the Tower
  • The Throne of the King
  • The Tower of Shalost – Roof
  • The Tower of Shalost – Interior
  • The Tower of Shalost – Interior Varient B
  • The Tower of Shalost – Ground Level
  • Wilderness Map


Dream map of Silvanest

sample 01

Innocence Map

Sample 03

Life as Usual Map

Sample 04

Crystal Dragons Map

Sample 05

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Ernie N February 10, 2024 11:30 pm UTC
I just posted a 5e conversion guide to the next adventure in the series, DL12 Dragons's of Faith. Enjoy!
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Cliff R November 28, 2023 5:26 pm UTC
Thank you again!
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Ernie N November 28, 2023 8:30 pm UTC
My pleasure. Working on DL12. :-)
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Cliff R January 29, 2024 3:41 am UTC
Thank you, looking forward to it. We are up to the Tower in DL8, so starting DL9 pretty soon. Thanks again for these
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Ernie N January 29, 2024 2:05 pm UTC
Wow. You'll have to let me know how your group does. You've made it a long way, that is very impressive. I wrapped up the conversion guide for DL12 yesterday and started on the maps. DL12 was surprisingly dense, jam-packed with content. I haven't converted any of the Battlesystem scenarios. What is your group doing for those? There are often simplified rules for handling mass combat in the original adventures.
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Cliff R February 03, 2024 2:04 am UTC
We are using the simplified rules. Not as engaging, but I am using my own created battles to make them feel like they are part of it. To be honest, I never would have gotten this far if I had to create my own maps. The ones I have created (like for the side adventure I created for the DL5, the trip to Tarsis) take a lot of time. Like you, I am using Dungeon Draft but I am not the best at it.
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