Tomb of Annihilation Session 18-2

Special make-up session last night to properly finish last Friday’s session, which was cut short due to power loss (although still ran long).

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DMs Guild Review – Notice Board: 42 Quests for Waterdeep and Skullport

A large variety of mini side quest ideas for Waterdeep, or any urban adventure environment.

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Published by: Christian Eichhorn

With the recent releases of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist and Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage, many DMs are looking for supplemental material and content to help flesh out the city of Waterdeep. “Notice Board: 42 Quests for Waterdeep and Skullport” provides a large variety of excellent story seeds, ideas, and side quests perfect for big city adventures.

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Clank in Space + Apocalypse Review [Pixelkin]

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In space no one can hear you scream, but Lord Eradikus will surely hear all that noise you’ve been making while snooping around his ship. All that clanking will summon his wrath, and your only hope is to run faster than your friends.

Clank in Space is a brilliantly fun board game that combines the strategy of a deckbuilding card game with a space-themed dungeon crawl. The recently released Apocalypse expansion adds new villainous schemes to thwart your heist plans even more, creating an always exciting and memorable race through the mother ship.

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Tomb of Annihilation Session 18 Recap

A much needed long rest brings our heroes to level 4. They’re soon forced to test their powers when the undead army returns to lay waste to Camp Vengeance.

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Previously on Tomb of Annihilation

Starring:
Mannix, level 4 Human Inquisitive Rogue
Khaless, level 4 Half-Drow Assassin Rogue
Gillian, level 4 Triton Bard of Whispers
George, level 4 Tortle Battle Master Fighter/Rogue
Therin, level 4 Hill Dwarf Druid of the Moon

A much needed long rest brings a well-deserved level up. The heroes reach level 4 and receive free healing at Camp Vengeance, but there’s a cost to sticking around – the undead Rygor is hellbent on razing the fort and killing everyone inside.

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DMs Guild Review – The Return of the Crown

Shape the future of Neverwinter’s politics in this short but packed urban adventure for 3rd level.

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Published by: The Dragon’s Tooth Inn

The Return of the Crown” is an urban adventure designed for a 3rd level party that takes place entirely within the city of Neverwinter. Though it’s in desperate need of an editor, the adventure provides a solid mix of dungeon crawling, social dialogue, and fact-finding as you follow the trail that begins with an explosion and ends with the political future of the city.

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DMs Guild Review – The Tome of Cartography

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Published by: Arturo Garcia

Unless you run your tabletop games purely within the theater of the mind, you need maps. Overland region maps, settlement maps, dungeon maps, hex grids, squares, cut-aways, oh my!

The Tome of Cartography” aims to improve your map-making skills, but fails at providing any new information beyond the obvious, and is further hampered by numerous grammatical errors, poor organization, and basic font style.

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