Zoglagomerfn was a grumpy old beholder that mostly stayed out of other folks' businesses. But unfortunately for the old eye tyrant, someone recently put a pricey bounty on beholder heads. Soon after the news came out, a group of adventurers stormed her cave and put her down. Of course, those who paid for ol' Zog's … Continue reading Free Adventure: Zoglagomerfn’s Hide Away for 5e D&D (3-5 9th Level Characters)
I'm a little late posting this following Keith Ammann's latest Sibriex tactics post, but it's been a nutty week (I leave for Mexico on Friday). Anyways, let's take a look at the Sibriex and see what sort of minions and lair this guy needs. What is the sibriex? If you're not familiar with the sibriex, … Continue reading Sibriex Lairs and Minions for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Tomorrow, my PCs are fighting an entire clan of ninjas. The scene? An inn/restaurant, of course. The ninjas will come in five waves: 18 bakemono. These mindless, muscle-headed goblins purpose is to get the PCs to use up (most of) their area effect spells. 35 bandits led by 2 ogres. The next wave consists of … Continue reading Ninja Attack! for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons (five 8th-level encounters for 3-5 players)
The Demi-plane of Nightmares is a classic D&D staple. I've brought it back for 5th with a bit of a twist. Check it out!
The Travellers Caves is a quick and easy adventure for 3-5 first level adventurers. Maps by Dyson Logos, notes by Dave Hamrick.
Zorah Magdaros is a 845-foot-tall elder dragon from Monster Hunter: World. But is it possible to make him for 5e D&D? Find out!
The Iron Obelisk weeps in near silence – the pools of ichor growing around it, fed by its melancholy nature. The ichors seep down and flow where underground waters should, tainting the darkness with the ennui and melancholy of the pillar of iron. This is a 5e Dungeons and Dragons adventure for 3-5 characters of 7th level.
This is the second part of the "Populating the Dyson Mega-Delve" series. In each session, I'm taking Dyson Logos' Mega-Delve and filling it with my own monsters, traps, and diversions. Here's what this edition covers: A recap of The Dwarven Outpost encounters. Introduction to Dyson Logos' Mega-Delve map: the Hematite Mines What we learned from … Continue reading Populating the Dyson Mega-Delve Part 2: The Hematite Mines
My populating of the Dyson Mega-Delve continues with the Dwarven Outpost. See what horrors lurk in the shadows!
Finding Dyson Logos' maps was probably one of the greatest things to happen to my D&D game. His old school style, creative shapes, and vivid storytelling makes for some great adventure-creation-mojo. One of the coolest things he's ever come up with, though, is definitely got to be the Dyson Megadelve. This 31-map monstrosity takes adventurers … Continue reading Populating the Dyson Mega-Delve Introduction