Free Fifth Edition Adventure in a PDF
The time has come! For the past month on this site I’ve been building a dungeon crawl in my homebrew campaign world of Exploration Age post by post. Well now I’ve revised, tweaked, and added to that adventure, Prison for Dragons, and put it all together in a nice, downloadable, FREE PDF. You can grab it in the link below or you can head on over to the Free Game Resources section of the site where it will live forever alongside plenty of other resources for your game like monsters, D&D fifth edition rules modules, backgrounds, spells, magic items, and more.
Prison for Dragons is a fifth edition adventure for four to six level 12 PCs.
But wait! There’s more. I’ve got more links below of the individual dungeon maps, both with and without grids, for you to use however you like. Personally, I’ll be bringing them right into Roll20 as I play through with my group.
All these maps were made using Pyromancers‘ Dungeon Painter tool. I love it! So fast, easy, web-based and free!
Thanks to everyone who checked out the Prison for Dragons blog series and commented here, social media, and various other forums with great constructive criticism. Most importantly, a huge thanks to Nils Jeppe of Enderra for inspiring this series and adventure with last month’s RPG Blog Carnival theme of “Unusual Dungeons.”
If you play through the adventure (or just read it) let me know how it goes!
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5E Adventure Review: Prison for Dragons | Merric's Musings
June 11, 2015 @ 9:48 pm
[…] adventures for 5E are still something of a rarity, which makes Prison for Dragons quite interesting. It’s presented as a 39-page PDF with a small font, and packs in a lot of […]