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Bamboo is strong, resilient, unbreakable. So is our resolve.

Unbreakable is a collection of Asian myth- and folklore-themed adventures written for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Each original adventure showcases vibrant and diverse Asian cultures featuring their stories, monsters, and so much more. 

Volume 1 is currently available as both a digital file with a hardcover print version. 

The digital edition includes: 

  • Full-color, 253-paged bookmarked PDF

  • 10 original adventures for Tiers 1-4

  • Original Asian-inspired monsters, NPCs, magic items, and characters from folklore, myths, and legends. 

Produced by Jacky Leung and Jazz Eisinger. Layout & Graphics Design by Caroline Amaba. Edited by Camielle Adams, Jazz Eisinger, Daniel Kwan, Steve Huynh, Lynn M. Meyer, Echo Roanoke

Cover Art by Joshua Mendenhall. Original Artwork by Anthony Alipio, Caroline Amaba, Alison Huang, Kari Kawachi, Xyrystina Marcos, Tiona Mouton, Jennifer Peig, Kathryne Wilson, Nichole Wilkinson, Reshma Zachariah

Adventures Written by Anthony Alipio, Steve Huynh, Kat Kruger, Daniel Kwan, Jacky Leung, Kevin Nguyen, Collette Quach, KC Shi, Russ Wilde, Ethan Yen

Content Warnings for the adventures in this volume (these are also included before the relevant adventures in the volume): 

Abuse of authority, body horror (mild), the commodification of cultural artifacts, child neglect, drowning, death, death of a loved one, depression, family estrangement, fire, flooding, gambling, murder, poverty, storms, theft, torture, water

What People Have to Say About Unbreakable: 

"I am absolutely captivated and moved by this release, which is as timely and momentous as it is entertaining and brilliant." - Sebs Wake (CurseOfSebs)

"I thought it was cool how the first adventure is based on a Chinese proverb. You’re given a quest by a talking carp and eventually come across dragons and ogres as well. This is definitely an anthology to check out." - Tommy Williams (GeekTyrant) 

"As you read this supplement you can tell a lot of love went into its construction. I cannot recommend this project highly enough." - Andy Hand (Boccob's Blessed Blog, Limitless Adventures)

". . . the settings that Unbreakable presents are one of the project's key strengths - they provide a very authentic feeling backdrop that allows any Dungeon Master to run the adventures without venturing into any inadvertent stereotypes or blending together the many cultural traditions of Asia . . . too often seen in older D&D adventures inspired by Asian legends." - Christian Hoffer (Comicbook)


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Mitchell M September 16, 2020 9:32 pm UTC
I have read all 200+ of the suggested books in Oriental Adventures and learned more about Asian culture than this book has. This book uses all the same tropes that all fantasy does, the only thing that is not the same is instead of it being a conglomeration of many cultures it is but single aspects of single cultures which works fine if you are playing in a real world setting but is kind of a pain when you are in fantasy. D&D uses western culture in much the same way Roman, Greek, European etc. and many time periods spanning from the bronze age to the Renaissance combined to make a fantasy setting, no one seems to think that is an insult but when you mix non-western culture that is? Anyway this book is very good but really makes it hard to use in any setting except time and culture specific settings. If you want a fantasy culture that is like the standard D&D cultures then this is not for you, but if you want to play D&D in a real world China setting as an example this is very good. One of the writers...See more
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Stephen D May 29, 2020 10:42 pm UTC
Content Review: I have read through the PDF when I purchased this on 2020-05-14. I received my hard copy on 2020-05-29, almost exactly two weeks later. I knew when I saw this on the D&D subreddit and on GeekTyrant (who introduced me to the Uncaged series), I knew this would be good. I, myself, run a 5e Wuxia homebrew campaign. I am not Asian and I took great care to not have this be a Western-stereotyped adventure. To help with this task, I read the following books to help bolster my campaign: "The Condor Heroes", "Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio", "Japanese Ghost Stories", "Tao Te Ching" and "The Bhagavad Gita" to name a few.

This book is hands down the fastest and best way to introduce Asian myths and stories respectfully into D&D campaigns. The ten adventures in Vol 1 are fantastic and can really seamlessly be integrated into any campaign. This will be a fantastic way to still run my game while I need to write an adventure for my campaign...See more
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Andrew H April 23, 2020 10:02 pm UTC
There is a TON of content in this massive book. It is AWESOME.
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Isa S April 23, 2020 10:22 pm UTC
Thank you! We are very proud of the book and if you enjoyed it after you've finished reading it or running any of the adventures, please give us a review!
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April 18, 2020 7:00 am UTC
Waiting for the hard copy!
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Isa S April 18, 2020 8:12 am UTC
We just made the hardcover print live! Please enjoy and thank you for supporting Unbreakable!
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April 19, 2020 12:04 am UTC
Thank you! I will enjoy reading it
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Will S April 16, 2020 7:26 pm UTC
Hello there! I saw this and it looks and sounds amazing! I just wanted to ask if there were any new monsters listed in this book? Using the examples of things like the Oni or the Four Divine Beasts?
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Isa S April 17, 2020 12:02 am UTC
There are original monster statblocks that accompany most of the adventures inside. Many of them are unique or tied to specific folklore, but from your examples, the Last Guest features spirt nobles for the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
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