Marc Braden

5E Mini-Dungeon #196: Tiana’s Ensorcelled Sorrow

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Mini-Dungeon for 4-6 characters of level 2


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Mini-Dungeon for 4-6 characters of level 2

Some ruins bewilder, others inspire awe, but for Tiana they just cause sorrow.

On her last day alive she witnessed the walls of her home crumble, her father buried. Men and women set to protect her home bled out around her. Vernye, her loving dog, was buried beneath debris. Then: the red gleam of her blood on a blade.

The recently established village of Khorol lies close to the site of this tragedy and the new residents quickly discovered the haunting. Yet, trade with the north was the sole reason for settling here, travel at night unavoidable—a small bridge was set in place, everyone hoping for the best.

A vicious storm befalls the party on the anniversary of the massacre, just as they stumble into the small village looking for shelter. What they discover is panic. A lone trader, bleeding and close to death, tells of the bridge being washed out and mentions two children trapped on the ruins’ side, sheltered inside by a panicked guard. The locals agree that the kids are doomed. Galyna, the town’s matron, begs the party to attempt a rescue, offering a reward alongside free room and board for a week.

Mini-Dungeons are short, setting-agnostic adventures for 5th Edition which can be easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.

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