Grant Simpson

Mini-Dungeon #237: Akaban’s Temporal Temple

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Mini-Dungeon for 4-5 characters of levels 9-10

Akaban, a drifter from an ancient civilization bouncing across time and space, doesn’t have long left and must find adventurers capable of stopping possibly the greatest threat to this timeline. Himself. He is only able to provide a cryptic explanation of the danger and a pendant which perpetually points in the direction of an ancient temple before a temporal rift appears and swallows him.

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Mini-Dungeon for 4-5 characters of levels 9-10

Akaban, a drifter from an ancient civilization bouncing across time and space, doesn’t have long left and must find adventurers capable of stopping possibly the greatest threat to this timeline. Himself. He is only able to provide a cryptic explanation of the danger and a pendant which perpetually points in the direction of an ancient temple before a temporal rift appears and swallows him.

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

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5 reviews for Mini-Dungeon #237: Akaban’s Temporal Temple

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  3. great product as usual

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  4. This will go great with my next one shot I’m planning!

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  5. Great mini-dungeon, although at least suggestions on how to diversify the challenge presented by the only sort of enemy would have been nice

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