Tag: Heart of the Iron God

‘Heart of the Iron God’ Darkblades | New NPC for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tasha, Pwenkin, Yurit, Manithare, Gared, and Ioka form the Darkblades–simple, cruel, and greedy mercenaries. They obey Xentarich unquestioningly and fight to the bitter end provided they are paid. When the ‘Heart of the Iron God’ adventure begins, two Darkblades sleep in area 11 and the other four man the ballistas in area 24. Darkblade Medium […]

‘Heart of the Iron God’ Part 3 – Adventure for 13th-Level Characters

This is the third part to my 5th edition conversion of the 3rd edition adventure, ‘Heart of the Iron God.’ It covers the second twelve chambers of the Colossus, 13 – 24. If you haven’t already viewed the first part already, be sure to start there. ‘Heart of the Iron God’ Index Part 1 – […]

‘Heart of the Iron God’ Part 2 – Adventure for 13th-Level Characters

This is the second part to my 5th edition conversion of the 3rd edition adventure, ‘Heart of the Iron God.’ It covers the first twelve chambers of the Colossus. If you haven’t already viewed the first part already, be sure to start there. ‘Heart of the Iron God’ Index Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 […]

‘Heart of the Iron God’ Part 1 – Adventure for 13th-Level Characters

This was a third edition adventure in Dungeon Magazine #97 that was just too cool to pass up. Basically, a giant robot has risen out of the ocean with the goal to destroy a nearby town. This paired perfectly with a request I received recently from a Patron asking for a kaiju adventure. Instead, of totally […]

[Gods of Wandrossa] Year 9K4 – Whispers of the Phoenix

What follows is an account of the events that occurred in the fourth year of the Ninth Kingdom. This history is woven together from eye-witness testimonies, rumors, and the songs of bards across all Known Wandrossa.   Known Wandrossa These are the events that occurred across multiple locations in Wandrossa. The Grand Museum Toshokan, God […]

[Gods of Wandrossa] Year 9K3 – The Wrath of Indronyx

That spring day in Heaminster started like any other. Gardeners trimmed flowers. Smith’s put new shoes on horses. Children played in the streets.

In a small tea house surrounded by old friends, an old, medusan woman named Meadra let it be known that she knew the secret to the lost god Enombath’s tomb.

The moment the dead Sun God’s name escaped her lips, clouds filled the sky, casting darkness over the hamlet, sealing its fate.

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