175 Forest Cabin

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of forest cabin in the middle of the forest. An old man and his young daughter live there, both of them are werewolves. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, the DM must first consider the power level of the party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and the number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing…

OP3 – The King’s Scepter

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! I came up with the idea of doing one-page-dungeons once or twice a month and have them be in a parallel numbered series, this is number 3. These illustrations are self-contained dungeon crawl ideas with map, lore, and description. Let me know what you think of stuff like this. I’ve gotten many requests for one-page adventures for a while. You can download the HD version of this illustration on my Patreon page for free. This illustration is available to all.        

172 Golem Laboratory

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of an underground laboratory. The place belongs to a cultist guild. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for mid-level (Levels 6 to 10) adventuring parties and is optimized for 7th level parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, the DM must first consider the power level of the party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and the number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the…

171 Griffinholm

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of a town called Griffinholm. This town is an important bastion in the region that provides safety and stability to nearby settlements. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. When monsters are referenced, book name and page numbers are noted in parenthesis. Be aware that page numbers may vary depending on the book print. If the DM can’t find a monster where noted, it means it is a different book print. Page differences tend…

170 Kuo-toa Lair

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of an underground kuo-toa lair. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, the DM must first consider the power level of the party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and the number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in the party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. The…

169 Dead Pirates

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of a hidden cove in a lonely island where a big treasure awaits hidden. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. When monsters are referenced, book name and page numbers are noted in parenthesis. Be aware that page numbers may vary depending on the book print. If the DM can’t find a monster where noted, it means it is a different book print. Page differences tend to be small so whatever is missing will…

167 The Cloud Giant’s Trial

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of cloud giant’s temple, an encounter, and a new monster stat-block. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for high-level (Levels 10 to 14) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, the DM must first consider the power level of the party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and the number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in the party can increase or…

Monsters Without Borders – D&D Charity Project

The long-awaited Monsters Without Borders is here. All proceeds will be donated to Doctors without Frontiers. Take a look and consider chipping in for charity. I contributed with a few monsters for this product. 37 pages of cool monsters by independent creators from the DMs Guild. This is a pre-release for the full Monsters of the Guild that will come later on. If you are interested in helping, you cant buy this product and chip in whatever amount you are comfortable with. If you wish to donate directly to Doctors Without Frontiers you can also do so HERE. Here are some screenshots of the internal layout of this amazing monster book. Get Monsters Without Frontier here

166 Forest House

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource About this Resource This resource features the general description of a house in the outskirts of a forest and its owner. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, the DM must first consider the power level of the party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and the number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in the party can increase…

165 Dwarven Throne Room

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE! About this Resource This resource features the general description of an underground throne room. The DM is free to determine what party level to use this location for. The DM is free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first the DM should consider changing to accommodate any homebrew world lore. Location Description The location described here is an underground throne room with its adjoining areas. The location is suitable for a dwarven, gnome, or drow settlement. Or other similar inhabitants of the Underdark with organized societies. The illustration is lightly inspired in Gauntlgrym, a dwarven city in the Forgotten Realms setting. Some areas are described in no particular order. General Features Ancient builders used exquisite stonework to for the floors, walls, and ceilings. The court, in particular, is decorated…