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The 12 Days of Midwinter is a collection of Dungeons & Dragons adventures inspired by the mythology, traditions, and lore of the Winter season. This collection features ~200 pages of adventures designed for every Tier of play, for characters between levels 1 and 20.

Each of the twelve adventures is a setting-agnostic one-shot, which can be run as a stand-alone adventure or dropped into a preexisting campaign. The adventures in this anthology are not related to one another but, with a bit of ingenuity and DM-discretion, could be combined into a festively epic campaign.

Adventures Include: 

  • The Unveiling (A Dark Fiend in a Rare Shield), by Josh Parry
  • Misfits (Two Teddy Terrors), by Dr. Kelly Lane
  • The Burgomaster's Gift (Three Ales Too Many), by Adam Scaramella
  • The Evergreen Court (Four Flippant Fey), by Alette Smith
  • Heart of Gold (Five Golden Rings), by Celeste Conowitch
  • Deadwinter Run (Six Kisses from Auril), Andrew Morley
  • Mayhem At Midwinter (Seven Swans To Slaughter), by Andy Dempz
  • Be Good For Goodness' Sake (Eight Naughty Children), by David Harmon
  • Flight of the Nutcracker (Nine Fairies Flocking), by Jacky Leung
  • What Past We Keep (Ten Knights Retreating), by Ethan Yen
  • Silken Doppleganger (Eleven Spiders Spinning), by Joe Avery
  • Divine Ice & Holy Fire (Twelve Frozen Halflings), by Emily Smith

Additional Content Includes:

  • Wintery Wild Magic
  • Festive Magic Items
  • Seasonal Trinkets

Each adventure features a custom full-page illustration from one of many talented artists: Anne-Dorthe Seberg Hansen, Gwen Bassett, Amanda Franck, Jennifer Peig, Wouter Florusse, Zeshio, Alison Huang, Anthony Alipio, Xan Larson, David Markiwsky, Emily Smith

With Additional Art from Kelly Brown and DW Dagon

Cover Art by Gwen Bassett

Additional Writing from JB Little

And Maps from Pat Eyler and Elven Tower

 

Editing by Ashton Duncan, Nicholas Johnson, and Tim Bannock

 

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Scott S December 07, 2019 12:11 pm UTC
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Hi, I just purchased the PDF version of the collection. I was reading through the first adventure, The Unveiling, and it looks like the third episode "Removing the Veil" is missing. Am I just overlooking it?
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Mimmi R December 03, 2019 7:15 pm UTC
Hi, I would like to know how long the adventures are?
I'm looking for a one shot around 4-6 hours for characters level 15-20.

Thank you!
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Emily S December 03, 2019 7:22 pm UTC
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Each of the adventures is between 2-6 hours long. There are 2 tier 3 adventures (lvl 11-16) and 1 tier 4 adventure (lvl 17-20)
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