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The Slaver Caves of Dorden

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AN EPIC ADVENTURE FOR 3RD LEVEL CHARACTERS

In the dark winter months near the hamlet of Baruth, a menace is growing. Locals have been kidnapped and sold into slavery in the mines to the north. Recently liberated from a cold and calculating dictator, the town seeks heroes to mount a rescue. Far beneath the foreboding Mountains of Dorden, an evil that has remained hidden for centuries will soon be unleashed on the realms unless someone intervenes to save those kidnapped and stop the growing evil.

This exciting forty page module is designed for four to six 3rd level characters. It encompasses a wide variety of environments including the town of Baruth, overland wilderness adventures in the scrubby Rocky Wastes, the hazard-filled Endless Plains, and finally the perilous depths below the Mountains of Dorden. The foes and traps are equally varied including goblinoids, drow, dark dwarves, oozes and a variety of other hazards to challenge your players. This module includes full encounter stats right at the GM's fingertips for ease of play, and also included “Encounter Options” allowing GM's to scale encounters for a greater challenge. In addition, random encounter tables are included to allow for even more encounters to challenge PCs.

Pick up a copy today for a new adventure!   - Updated to include PDF bookmarks.

 
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Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 29th, 2013
An Endzeitgeist.com review This module for 3rd level characters is 40 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of SRD, leaving us with a solid 36 pages of adventure - so let's take a look! This being an adventure-review, [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 12, 2013.