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Isolated Desert Well

An isolated forest well,  surrounded by lush greenery and the crumbling ruins of a courtyard. The  spring beneath it is so plentiful that its water overflows; feeding much  of the land below it.  But the water is tainted by the bones of many creatures which have died there—for something terrible lives beneath…   

Adventure Seeds 

  • Reading over the journal of her grandfather, a young woman has hired  your party to guard her while she finds a treasure he lost on one of his  adventures—diamonds, hastily dropped down an isolated forest well,  while besieged by Orcs. They lie at the bottom, sparkling like stars.  But a large and ancient lizard-like creature has made the cave system  below its home—and it does not take kindly to visitors.

  • An  elf who is both scholar and pilgrim has paid your party to guard him  while he journeys to a site he believes he has identified as the meeting  place of two legendary lovers; mythicised for centuries by his people.  The courtyard of which he speaks lies within the heart of a wild and  uncharted forest, filled with ancient ruins from various crumbling  civilizations.     

    But when you arrive, you find a large, undead dragon  guarding it; with explicit orders not to let anyone enter. What truths  does the one who put it there wish none to know? It seems there are old  bloodstains, marring the courtyard beyond it. There is also a journal,  in an oiled, leather bag, stashed away at the bottom of the well, on  some rocks.  

  • Your party has heard rumour of a mysterious young  woman, who waits by a well in the centre of a crumbling ruin, within  the forest. It is whispered she gives great treasure to those who can  answer her riddle—but those who cannot, she kills.     

    Arriving at the  well, your party see a woman with blonde hair, clad in shining silver  armour designed in the imitation of scales. Her eyes are a fierce green,  and she has a challenging half smile upon her lips, while she languidly  leans against the well. There is a sword at her waist, and her casual  ease tells you she is very familiar with its use.     

    “Well,” She asks,  “Have you come to answer my riddle?” If you say yes, she will ask it  (ex. “what walks on four feet in the morning, two in the afternoon and  three at night?”). If you answer it correctly, each party member gets to  choose one item (and one item only) from her hoard beneath the well.  But, if you get the riddle wrong, a large, green dragon emerges from  beneath the sands surrounding the courtyard—intent on eating his meal  (the point of the riddles, and their myth). If your party attempts to  enter the well without answering a riddle, he will also reveal himself.


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                                                                               A home-printable 20x30 battlemap, compatible with any role-play game, and VTTs such as Roll20.

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