DnD War for the Lost Plane Session 14 Recap

We delve into the Twisted Caverns and meet some strange creatures, and stranger magical effects.

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Previously on War for the Lost Plane

Kaelan, level 15 tiefling Monster Slayer Ranger/Fiend Warlock
Scarlet, level 15 human Oath of Devotion Paladin
Gillian, level 15 triton Champion Fighter, College of Lore Bard
Kethra, level 15 half-elf Assassin Rogue
TIM, level 15 warforged War Domain Cleric

We carefully pass by the mutant giant, his oversized eye watching us the entire time. The tingling sensation I felt when casting the simple cantrip suddenly explodes with magical energy.

I glance back and see TIM, who had also cast a spell to impress the creature, feeling similar effects. Rycresh had warned us about the chaotic magic of these caves and how they respond to magic.

I watch as TIM’s wooden-metal form turns to a purple hue, and yellow splotches break out all over his body. I feel an oddly magnetic sensation as all the mushrooms on the giant’s wall suddenly throw themselves in my direction.

The fomorian’s eyes grow wide. He grabs his club and advances on us. “You stealers! Get out of my cave!” The lumbering giant charges at us. 

Without hesitation, TIM throws his newly purchased magic rug on the ground in front of us. The giant hits the rug at full speed only to stop as if it hit by a wall. It blinks several times, then lays down and closes his eyes as the rug gently curls up around him.

“I guess that was a good purchase after all,” I say.

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DMs Guild Review – The Case of Whitebriar Manor

A murder mystery and conspiracy thriller campaign adventure for level 1 -10.

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Designed by: Magic Missile Games

Investigations and mysteries are one of the hardest stories to pull off in a tabletop RPG, particularly in D&D, with the core gameplay loop of crawling through dungeons and fighting monsters.

Not only does The Case of Whitebriar Manor provide an effective, layered mystery-adventure, but it also escalates and unfolds over the course of a full Tier 1 and 2 campaign, resulting in one of the most impressive adventures I’ve reviewed all year.

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