Tomb of Annihilation Session 24 Recap

A massive battle breaks out within the grung shrine as the rescue mission turns into a fight for their lives.

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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

After making it through the thorn maze the party had emerged into a massive pond filled with grung, and dominated by a central shrine. The grung were engaging in bloody ritual combat with prisoners – two of which were Azaka and their very own Gillian!

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Crafting Annihilation 02/28

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DMs Guild Review – The Molded: Humanoid Ooze Sourcebook

Learn the secret of the ooze in this sourcebook featuring a truly bizarre player race.

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Designed by: Richard James Errington

I’ve seen, and reviewed, a fair number of exotic custom races for Dungeons & Dragons. I’ve arched an eyebrow at many an odd concept, but playable ooze may be the strangest yet.

Despite its sticky subject matter, “The Molded: Humanoid Ooze Sourcebook” is a well-organized sourcebook with detailed information on a new breed of ooze called the molded. We’re given new subraces, backgrounds, racial feats, and even a whole mini-adventure starring the golem-like creatures.

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DMs Guild Review – Halaster’s Hoard

Dozens of magic items, monsters, traps, and a mini-dungeon to supplement the Mad Mage’s bursting mega dungeon.

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Designed by: Christopher Walz, Elise Cretel, Jeromy Shulz-Arnold, Luke Monroe
Arranged by: R P Davis

Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage is a mega-dungeon full of just about every dungeon-crawling idea, monster, magic item, and weird denizen you can ask for. But just in case you want even more, “Halaster’s Hoard” is here to provide.

“Halaster’s Hoard” takes a shotgun blast approach to supplementing your descent to Undermountain, featuring 80 pages of monsters, 30 pages of magic items, six pages of traps, and a Tier 3 mini-dungeon called Halaster’s Vault.

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DMs Guild Review – Treasures of the Underdark

A variety of thematically-appropriate magical items for Underdark campaigns, creatures, and dungeons.

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Designed by: Matt Vaughan (Dungeon Rollers)

Treasures of the Underdark” is a magic item supplement with a specific theme – the Underdark! Forty magical items are provided, all richly tied to the various races and denizens of the Underdark. The supplement would be the perfect match for an Out of the Abyss campaign, or any dungeon featuring Underdark critters.

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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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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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