Dark Legacy of Evard – 5th Edition Conversion

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The small town of Duponde has a haunting legacy, for they claim to hold the final resting place of the infamous mage known as Evard! It is said that whoever disrupts his slumber will be cursed with an endless .  Will the sleepy plot of land be consumed by shadow or will the light find a way to liberate the encroaching darkness?

Journey into the darkness with this adventure, previously available to 4th Edition D&D Encounters, converted to 5th Edition through the DM’s Guild.  Inside of this document, you’ll find a variety of monsters and some alternate mechanics for running this adventure in Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.  In addition, a blurb is included on the Forgotten Realms, Eberron and Ravenloft settings.

Author’s Note: Here it is!  One of my favorite adventures from running stuff in the D&D Encounters program, now in 5th Edition!  Or rather, here’s some conversion notes so you can play this nicely crafted ghost story.  Also, you will require THIS ADVENTURE in order to use my conversion notes to the fullest.  Enjoy.  Also, this was my way to close out the summer and welcome the autumn!  Enjoy!  On that note, more updates for other products coming soon.  In addition, keep on the look out for more gothic and gaslamp posts on this blog!!

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Dark Legacy of Evard – 5th Edition

Terrors and Trinkets in Chult – Additions for Tomb of Annihilation

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Welcome back to Chult.

The Jungles of Chult are a place of many things; an incredible civilization that has survived against impossible odds, a realm of ancient and massive beasts and a land of sinister secrets that could very well corrode the world.  Within this jungle lies a conspiracy that could very well cost Toril and its denizens its life.  Delve even further to encounter new foes and new rewards!

Author’s Note:  Well, all of that took a lot longer than I had planned.  The long and short of it was, a lot of things weren’t going right.  On top of that, I had to wait a bit before borrowing this book in the first place.  But enough complaining, I was inspired by some posts on expanding this adventure, so I wanted to see what I could cook up and add in here.  I realize that there are some revisited pieces in here, but I’m always striving to improve my work and find ways to work it into other things, such as Tomb of Annihilation.  And with that, enjoy a sampling of crazy critters and awesome artifacts for your adventure!

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DM’s Guild – A Planar Grimoire

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Pardon the somewhat inconsistency in my posts.  I’ve been trying to revise old work while work on some personal projects I hoped to get out on the web (like this one), while balancing a stressful work life and home life.  But I digress, I was never too happy with my original planar spells posts.  Some were blatant rip-offs of previously existing D&D spells, while others were just poorly worded.  So, I did a fair bit of clean up while making some other not-so-subtle homages!  But, no matter, here’s over 15 pages of extraplanar goodness for your 5E Spellcasters!  Enjoy.

A Planar Grimoire is Pay-What-You-Want, you may find it here.