DMs Guild Review – The Great Trial

A trap-filled mega-dungeon that includes a labyrinth and a hex crawl, for 7th level.

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Designed by: Christian Zeuch

Trap-filled mega dungeons were all the rage in older editions of DnD, from the Tomb of Horrors to the Temple of Elemental Evil. Most recently we have the Tomb of the Nine Gods from Tomb of Annihilation, and all twenty levels of Undermountain from Dungeon of the Mad Mage.

The Great Trial attempts to create another classic mega-dungeon filled with pit traps, illusions, monsters, and an entire jungle for level seven parties.

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DMs Guild Review – The Day the Sky Shattered

Explore a trap-filled Netherese crypt in this lair adventure for 4th level.

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Designed by: Wildfire Works (Clark Harper and Jessica Carter)

The Day the Sky Shattered is a single dungeon lair adventure designed for fourth level parties. What begins as a routine hunt for a kobold lair reveals a much larger, more ancient Netherese crypt with automated defenses, a thrilling escape, and a gauntlet of traps and clues that would make even Indiana Jones blanch.

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DMs Guild Review – Through the Veil: Tales of the Feywild

Ten mini-adventures involving faeries, curses, hags, and other elements of the Feywild.

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Designed by: Elise Cretel, with Kian BergstromAndy DempzMallory DowdEleanor HingleyClan Crafter HraldingJorphdanAaron M LopezChris LoveCiaran O’Halloran

Though we’ve yet to have an official fey-themed campaign adventure in Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, the DMs Guild has been churning out plenty of quality material that explores the realms of the fey.

Through the Veil: Tales of the Feywild is an impressive collection of ten mini-adventures that use the fey-folk, the Feywild, and its many classic themes and elements.

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DMs Guild Review – Paladin Compendium

A collection of 25 Paladin Subclasses based on the deities of the Forgotten Realms.

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Designed by: Eric W.A Tkachuk

I always thought the Paladin or knight archetype was pretty boring, but the D&D 5e Paladin is undeniably impressive, with great spells, supportive auras, divine smites, and some of the best subclasses in the Player’s Handbook.

But we can always use more! The Paladin Compendium includes 25 (!) new Paladin Oath subclasses, each based around one of the gods or goddesses of the Forgotten Realms pantheon.

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DMs Guild Review – The Heir of Orcus: Verse 4

The fourth chapter in The Heir of Orcus AL campaign is a descent into Cthulhu-inspired madness.

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Designed by: Anthony Joyce

After an odd left-turn into cyberpunk in the previous verse, the fourth chapter of The Heir of Orcus adventurer’s league campaign is a return to form – specifically the madness-inducing form of Cthulhu and his terrifying minions.

The Heir of Orcus: Verse 4 is designed for 8th level parties, featuring a well-designed dungeon crawl and two excellent side quests.

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DMs Guild Review – Various Vehicles

A series of supplements with expanded rules and statblocks for common vehicles,

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Designed by: William Bosley

One of the more exciting components from Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus were the Mad Max-inspired Infernal War Machines, which included expanded rules on handling these unique vehicles.

Various Vehicles is a series of supplements that apply those rules, along with new statblocks, to more commonly found vehicles such as wagons, carts, and carriages.

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DMs Guild Review – Calpurnia’s Guide to Practical Traps

Over 40 traps and triggers, along with a trap-filled hex crawl adventure.

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Designed by: Joel Kelley

Calpurnia returns! After blessing us with an excellent supplement regarding Lesser Magical Items, Calpurnia’s Guide to Traps details over 40 traps as well as an entire 20+ page, trap-laden adventure.

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DMs Guild Review – The Blood Hunter

A solo adventure specifically designed for a level 5 blood hunter (and their bard sidekick).

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Designed by: Anthony Joyce

The Blood Hunter is a solo adventure that cleverly draws inspiration from popular action-adventure genre TV shows such as The Witcher and The Mandalorian. It’s designed for a single fifth level Blood Hunter, and is extremely well-crafted, with beautiful artwork and full color maps.

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DMs Guild Review – Bloodties Anthology Volume 1: Bloodstained

A collection of 12 horror themed mini-adventures for levels 1-10.

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Designed by: Darren Kenny, with Ana Paula RebolledoAran MoonBeth BallCindy ButorDaylight PublicationsHiten DaveJay DavidsonJürgen HubertKai LinderLeanne JohnsonMiłosz GawęckiTyler Mahoney

Bloodties Anthology Volume 1 offers 12 mini-adventures for levels 1-10, centered around horror themes such as a plant-based blood plague, monstrous science experiments, dark gods and evil cults, and a good old fashioned circus of horrors.

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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.

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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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