DMs Guild Review – The Sunken Village of Little Corth

Fulfill your destiny by traveling into the past to save a village from an undead cult in this densely-packed level 2 adventure.

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A review copy of “The Sunken Village of Little Corth” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Published by: Dylan Hyatt

Time-travel often makes for fun, if confusing stories. I don’t see them too often in tabletop RPGs as they could require a lot of linear storytelling.

The Sunken Village of Little Corth” is a level 2 adventure that sends the PCs back in time to thwart a time-traveling necromancer and fulfill a prophecy that they’re already a part of. The adventure includes lots of fun little ideas that tie the past and present together, but it’s a densely packed read and requires the PCs to work in perfect sequence with the DM.

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DMs Guild Review – Myrddin’s Guide to Faerie

A 40+ page supplemental guide to all things faerie, including lore, races, subclasses, and magic items.

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Published by: Colin Caelin and Garth Herbert

Faeries, the fey, sidhe, whatever you call them, are an integral part of our shared human culture. The fey are a part of Dungeons & Dragons as well, though we lack an officially published Fifth Edition adventure or guidebook.

Myrddin’s Guide to Faerie” hopes to fill that vacuum with an all-encompassing supplement for both DMs and players, featuring over 40 pages of faerie lore, as well as four new player races, 14 new (or modified) subclasses, over a dozen magic items, and several legendary NPC statblocks.

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DMs Guild Review – The City of Eyes

Unravel the mystery of an eldritch urban nightmare in this high level Ravenloft adventure.

A review copy of “The City of Eyes: Second Edition” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Published by: Oliver Clegg

Ravenloft provides the perfect D&D setting for Gothic and eldritch horror, and Curse of Strahd is (correctly) considered one of the best published Fifth Edition adventures to date. Any DMs Guild adventure that artfully blends classic horror tropes with intriguing storytelling in a Ravenloft setting quickly gets my attention. But I was unprepared for the sheer breadth of content and attention to detail with “The City of Eyes.”

“The City of Eyes” is a 15th level (!) adventure that takes place entirely within a dark dimensional noir city, under constant rain fall and stalked by terrors of the night. The adventure plays out like a tense, cooperative Arkham Horror-style board game as players work to unravel the mystery and escape from the mystical city before they’re driven mad, or worse.

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DMs Guild Review – The Wizard of Zo

Battle against flying monkeys, heart-seeking constructs, and a giant floating head who may be holding a surprising secret in this Tier 2 jungle adventure.

A review copy of “The Wizard of Zo” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Published by: JVC Parry

Using famous fables, stories, and characters within D&D, or any tabletop RPG, provides a fun shared cultural touchstone for your players. I would love to see more adventures that blatantly ripped off famous stories in fantastical ways, like defending a poor village against a tyrannical local lord (Seven Samurai/Magnificent Seven), evading a relentlessly powerful enemy (Predator/Terminator/Alien), or shepherding a young person across a dangerous world (The Last of Us/Logan/Children of Men).

The Wizard of Zo” takes one of the most famous stories of the twentieth century and it applies it to a standard D&D mini-adventure, perfectly set within the jungles of Chult. It’s a Tier 2 adventure, designed for 5-10th level, with an estimated play time between five and ten hours. It doesn’t try and retell The Wizard of Oz, instead cleverly pulling ideas and characters into a detailed cast and a fun dungeon design.

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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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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

A review copy of “The Tome of Cartography” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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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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