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    (5E) BASIC03: A Giving Time


    by Kevin Mickelson

    A 5th Edition compatible adventure, four level 3 PCs

    The long cold is approaching!

    As food grows scarcer, monsters grow more desperate – and before long a peaceful monastery is besieged by savage beasts of the forest.
    It’s come down to the stalwart heroes-in-training of Exallizar Preparatory Academy to save the day again!

    “A Giving Time” includes:

    • The third part of an ongoing adventure path
    • The return of Ronius, Willow, Meeris, and Kale, pre-generated PCs ready for instant play and fully upgraded for level 3 
    • A new breed of monster that is sure to be an instant seasonal classic
    • A grading system to let you know how well you’ve done at the end of the adventure
    • Maps for VTT

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        5E Mini-Dungeon #048: Pit Your Wits


        A 5th Edition compatible adventure for four to six PCs of levels 1-2

        The PCs’ arrival at a small, well-established mining site, after a request to clear some “mutated goblins”, reveals an unexpected, disturbing sight. The mine’s main premises, a 40-ft. square stone building positioned over a 10-ft.-by-10-ft. shaft, is gone, save for dozens of pieces of rubble, a 30-ft. wide hole, and inky-black depths.

        Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for 5th Edition which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.

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        5E Mini-Dungeon #044: The Ascent of Tempest Tower


        A Mini-Dungeon adventure for three to four Level 20 Characters

        Tempest Tower is a spire that reaches skyward from an expanse of open plains. The stone monument rises nearly 100-feet above mostly-featureless terrain. At its apex swirls a maelstrom of storm clouds that extend half-a-mile from the center. The landscape directly below is speckled with small craters and charred vegetation from frequent lightning strikes. The sound of rolling thunder is near constant and can be heard for miles in every direction.

        The tower was constructed eons past to bind a powerful monstrosity from the elemental plain of air known as the Storm Song which once roamed across these lands, consuming the greenery and the earth in which it was rooted – creating the vast, featureless plains that now exists.

        Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for 5th Edition which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.

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        5E Mini-Dungeon #001: Buried Council Chambers


        A 5th Edition Mini-Dungeon For 4-6 PCs Levels 2-3

        Long ago these chambers served as a meeting place for dignitaries and politicians. Those responsible for maintaining the well-being of the people also held the hidden agenda of ensuring their own permanent and corrupt installment as overseers to the general populace. A cataclysmic event long ago buried these chambers deep underground, they have not been disturbed prior to the PCs finding the entrance in the ceiling.

        5E Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for 5th Edition which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.

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        5E B07: Beauty & Blood


        A 5th Edition compatible adventure for four to six PCs of 4th level

        The small town of Iversdam is threatened by an insane nymph! Accompanied by vicious mites and deadly mountain wolves, the townsfolk have little to defend themselves should an attack come to them. Three villagers have died trying to enter the nearby Silwood, and now an adventuring party has also vanished within. The party must find a way to stop the nymph before she descends on Iversdam and wipes this small town off the map completely.

        Also included in “Beauty & Blood”:

        • New Creature! The Mountain Wolf, a more combat focused version of the classic wolf
        • The town of Iversdam, located on a trade route through the mountains
        • Fell materials such as dryad-leather and spider-fang weapons
        • New Item! The Blessed Honey of Life
        • New Magic Item!

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        5E B04: The Cave Beast’s Hoard

        $6.99 $5.99

        A 5th Edition compatible adventure for three to five 3rd level PCs.
        Woodwall is an enchanted town protected by the very forests that surround it and its citizens are no strangers to the dangers of the woods. A new threat lurks throughout the region, however, a “cave beast” rumored to be the cause of a rash of recent disappearances in the area, leaving the people of this small settlement gripped with fear. There are a few particular locales that the local guard believe the creature frequents—with investigation and guile the party finds different remnants of Woodwall’s ancient past in each spot, along with clues leading to the true malady to befall this enchanted vale. The truth hides within Telonel Keep behind an innocuous infestation of traveling kobolds, but can the adventurers discover The Cave Beast’s Hoard before the creature finds them?

        Also included in “The Cave Beast’s Hoard”

        • The unique settlement of Woodwall and the precocious fountain of the fey!
        • Variations on some of the monsters you know along with new creatures: Seratief the cursed, giant legwater spiders, and a treasure golem!
        • Two new magic items: balaya bark and the shard-launcher!
        • Puzzling sidequests that drive the plot forward in a sandbox adventure reworked by Mike Myler!
        • Two new maps by talented cartographer Tommi Salama!
        • New illustrations by the inimitable Jacob Blackmon!

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        5E Shattered Heart Adventure Path #4: Crucible of Faith


        A witness to plague, fire, fallen ideals and betrayal for four to five 9th level player characters

        The future course of halfling society rests in the hands of a small band of adventures blown on the winds like the leaf of a tree.

        The mission to restore the last of the great holy sites to the Mother Spirit, the temple of fire, has not been heard from for some weeks. Fresh from the restoration of the temple of air near The Spine of the Dragon, the PCs speed towards the Burning Isle to discover its fate. Also known as the Isle of Pestilence, the site has been abandoned since the fall of the Draco­prime five centuries past caused the dormant volcano within to become active. Showers of disease-ridden ash still reach the mainland and it is hoped that restoring the fire temple of the Great Mother with burn the island clean. Rumors of flesh eating primate, great vermin and virulent disease failed to deter the Paladin Faerlion Hayweather, who now appears lost, along with the rest of his expedition. Will the PCs find the means to provide succor to the failing colony, and in doing so restore the bedrock of the worship of the Great Mother, or will they too fall to pestilence and disease, a fitting metaphor for the miasma that grips the once joyous and open mien of Picollan society?

        Also included in this adventure:

        • Disgusting traps that will cause your players to rethink snack time at the gaming table.
        • Natural hazards to engulf the unwary.
        • A new monster, the Yercinendre: a harbinger of plague, disease, and death, called forth by corrupt druids or any who bow to the Horseman of Pestilence.
        • Five new magic items
        • A method to track the PCs’ influence on the future development of Picollan society.
        • Notes on scaling for parties of 6 or more.

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        5E C02: Goblin Cave

        5 out of 5

        A 5th Edition compatible adventure for four to six PCs of Levels 1-2

        The village of Svor has a problem, travelers on the main road are being robbed by bandits.  The magistrate has requested assistance from the king, but help will take weeks to arrive.  In the meantime the PCs are called upon to investigate the robberies.  Clues lead the group through Svorian Forest and across Murky Lake to the entrance of Goblin Cave.  Who or what awaits them inside?

        Also included in “Goblin Cave”:

        • Adventure locations easy to drop into any campaign or setting
        • New Spell: Circulus Sanguinis
        • New Hazard: Green Spores


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        5E C01: Alagoran’s Gem (Fantasy Grounds)

        5 out of 5


        A 5th Edition classic style adventure for four to six PCs of levels 3-5

        The first adventure in’s Classic Series remembering Gary Gygax, Dave Arneson, David C. Sutherland III, and the origins of the Dungeons & Dragons game.  C1 is an extremely challenging, traditional dungeon crawl crafted in the style of old school D&D adventure modules.  Make sure your players roll up extra characters, they’re going to need ‘em!

        Brave a dungeon filled with ferocious monsters and deadly traps in an attempt to retrieve Alagoran’s Gem, a fabled gem coveted by lords and kings the world over.

        Will your PCs conquer the dungeon and emerge with the rare gem, or meet their end inside, never to be heard from again?

        Also included in “Alagoran’s Gem”:

        • A challenging dungeon inspired by some of the most classic and famous D&D adventures
        • Numerous and varied adventure hooks provided to introduce your PCs to the adventure
        • Suitable for use in any campaign setting
        • Loads of dangerous new traps where wit overcomes all
        • Intriguing puzzles to engage gaming groups
        • A valuable gem of historic significance and a perfect hook to new adventures
        • Consistant 5-star reviews including EZG’s seal of approval

        “I honestly didn’t expect much from this module, seeing how often “old-school” is used as a synonym for “nothing new/creative” here – that’s not the case here. Yes, the story is simplistic, there is not a grand mini-game or some other twist – but know what? The design-philosophy, much like in the excellent modules by Frog God Games oozes this sense of antiquity, of looming danger and death, of unpredictability and the NEED, not the option, to use your brain in order to survive. This is not dungeoneering for people who cry when their character dies. This a module that oozes old-school flair, that evokes a sense of accomplishment when completed and, while it is a harsh mistress, remains a fair sojourn – this is no meat-grinder, it is a hard, challenging module. Not Rappan Athuk-level hard, mind you, but hard. And boy do I like it for that – the use of hazards, traps (that are not disabled via 1 roll) and enemies make this not only a blast from the past that evokes nostalgia via its themes and design, it also makes this module a stellar first offering for the C-series. I’m completely and fully recommending this very cheap module and look forward to seeing how the rest of the C-line will hold up to my scrutiny. If what I’ve written here even remotely intrigues you and if you’re looking for a well-written dungeon-exploration – here you go. My final verdict? 5 stars, endzeitgeist seal of approval.”