DMs Guild Review – SWAT: Special Wizards and Tactics

The party are forced to defend themselves against a raid in this urban encounter for 4th level.

A review copy of “SWAT: Special Wizards and Tactics – 5e Encounter” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by: Oz Mills

An urban-focused adventure involving the local authorities is a great recipe. SWAT: Special Wizards and Tactics is only a single encounter, but it’s a memorable one that pits the players on the defensive against a police-like raid in their own home.

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Tomb of Annihilation Top Ten Moments

As a final send off to our two-year long Tomb of Annihilation campaign, I highlighted our top ten moments. Since some of the “moments” span nearly entire sessions, each scene has been edited into its own video.

Here’s the full Top Ten playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUFZSXJGzxFUqOhfobSETnKE53eqbJmhI

DMs Guild Review – Dragon Relics

Collect ancient relics to stop an ancient blue dragon in the Anauroch Desert in this level 1-12 campaign built from several of the designer’s previously released adventures.

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Designed by: JVC Parry

What do get when you combine three previously released adventures into a full level 1 – 12 campaign? Dragon Relics is the next big campaign release from JVC Parry (Call from the Deep), effectively utilizing some of the designer’s best adventures to create a richly varied and easy-to-run campaign.

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DMs Guild Review – Dragon Wing

Assault a flying fortress in this one-shot lair adventure for 10th-level parties.

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Designed by: Stuart Traynor, Benjamin Randell, and Thomas Odams

Dragon Wing is a one-shot mini-adventure with a unique premise for 10th level PCs: the exciting assault of a flying fortress.

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DMs Guild Review – Gloria’s Gambit

A first level adventure involving bandits, goblins, and a tomb belonging to a beer-loving dwarf.

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Designed by: Dylan Hyatt

Gloria’s Gambit is the first (and first-level) adventure in the designer’s episodic Orbs of the Planes campaign, though can just as easily stand on its own as a classic low-level adventure featuring goblins, bandits, traps, and treasure.

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Roll20 Review – D&D Adventurers League: Escape from Elturgard (S9 E1)

The first episode of AL Season 9, following the Descent Into Avernus storyline.

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Wizards of the Coast has been producing Adventures League modules for years, but Season Nine is the first to be adapted for Roll20. The first episode, “Escape from Elturgard,” creates a personable and satisfying introduction to the Descent Into Avernus storyline.

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DMs Guild Review – Flight of the Magpies

An airship heist mini-adventure for level 3, set in Eberron.

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Designed by: Marco Michelutto

I’ve recently fallen in love with Eberron’s arcanepunk, industrialized setting and pulpy adventures. Flight of the Magpiesintriguing mid-air infiltration of an airship makes for a solid introductory one-shot, or mini-adventure in a larger campaign, though it stumbles in its execution.

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DMs Guild Review – 101 Useful (ish) Magical Items

A collection of funny and creative magic items.

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Designed by: Tal Woodblaze

I’m constantly spoiled by incredibly well-produced DMs Guild products with beautiful artwork, concise editing, and professional-grade layouts. None of that is a requirement, however. 101 Useful (ish) Magical Items may lack the accoutrements of bigger products, but its genuinely clever (and sometimes silly) magic items should not be ignored.

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DMs Guild Review – Archetypes of Eberron

Over 30 archetypes and subclasses inspired by Eberron, for all 13 classes.

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Designed by: Will Brolley, Imogen Gingell, Laura Hirsbrunner

Eberron has its own rich history filled with political intrigue, magical technology, and fantastical creatures and settings. Eberron: Rising from the Last War added a new class, the Artificer, along with three archetypes.

But the Artificer isn’t the only class in Eberron. Archetypes of Eberron adds 31 new archetypes for all 13 character classes, all inspired by, or directly drawn from the high-magic world.

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