Dungeon Mastering » Blog Archive 83 Free D&D Adventures - Dungeon MasteringWith food running low and their sorcerer-in-residence nowhere to be found, the village council send out a desperate plea for brave adventurers to destroy the beasts. Is the job as easy as a walk in the woods, or is there more to the Wolves of Welton than mere animal cunning? PDF Download. Like Like. Is this meant for characters to start at level 2 and reach level 3 or would a party of 4 level 3s be good to go for this? Like Liked by 1 person. I did thisnl with a party of 3 lvl 3s, they took some damage but werent in any real danger due to playing it smart.
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83 Free D&D Adventures
Below is a list of kid-friendly themed adventures that I write and provide for free. These adventures are meant to be run by adults for kids, although teenage Dungeon Masters should be able to run these adventures too. Any new adventures will appear on this list. I email out new adventures when I create them. If you want to be notified as soon as a new adventure is released, please email me at dndadventuresforkids gmail.
The Soulless Mask. M1 Rise of the Nefarious. These adventures are meant to be run by adults for kids, although teenage Dungeon Masters should be able to run these adventures too. Making a pact with a metal-hungry delver named CrushStone to guard her new home, the rakshasa has driven out most of the gnomes and begun to make preparations for her occupancy. Under the Barrow.
While Pathfinder may have usurped the crown of tabletop roleplaying in the 3. No matter what system or edition you play, there's always a need for more adventure modules, whether to run as one-offs or just to mine for ideas in your own larger campaigns. Looking for adventure modules for other systems besides these two behemoths of the industry? What the heck Yep, there sure are, thanks to devoted fans and game designers at Dragonsfoot. This particular free module is for low-level characters and exemplifies everything that's great about low-powered campaigns -- evil bandits, charming rogues, and a poor village in need of help from wandering adventurers.