This Encounter starts The Party of 4-5 players at level 1-2 in the City of Thistledown. This is designed to be the start of the Thistledown Module but can be used for any campaign. The Party will find themselves at an Inn called The Dry Gulch located in the Arkhazi District.
While The Party is staying at the inn, they will hear much talk about creatures causing mischief upon the people and stealing... [click here for more]
This dungeon is designed for 3-5 players of at least level 10. The Party, for one reason or another, have come to this pyramid-shaped dungeon in the middle of a vast desert. They must traverse the three floors, filled with traps and monsters, in order to reap the rewards: treasure & glory rumored by those aware of the dungeon, as well as a mysterious drive to continue... [click here for more]
This adventure is suitable for a party of 4-5 Players in the level range of 6th-7th. A rare and powerful magical artifact has been arranged for sale in the town/city. The item and the Gnome Getri, the Wizard who is to sell it are both overdue as a sudden magical explosion rocks the setting. Spreading out from the epicenter of the blast is arcane and caustic slime that sticks to and eats away at everything... [click here for more]
This encounter follows our model of “Anytown, RPG!” where you can in theory place an encounter that we have created into any old town you might happen to have in your game at home. With that being said, we have left certain details like the town map, the name and the like blank so that you can fill in the details as you see fit. Remember, take our work as a stepping stone towards whatever end you... [click here for more]
Sir Sivart was a great explorer who gained grand repute from the kingdom. He worked for a long time as a cartographer, and would join adventurers as a guide while also continuing to map out the lands, and his maps have been viewed far and wide as among the greatest of the current age.
Sir Sivart was an avid fan of surveying the land from high above and plotting out concept maps from high points before... [click here for more]