You can order The Demonplague, my level 1 – 20 fifth edition adventure, right now!
I have a new product on the DMs Guild that I created with many fine folks. It’s called Tactical Maps: Adventure Atlas. It’s already an Electrum best seller. If you’ve already purchased it, thank you so much, and please take a moment to leave a review! Here’s its product description:
Launch sale! For a limited time this title is $14.99!
88 ready-to-play encounters are here to save game night!
Adventure anytime! Tactical Maps: Adventure Atlas makes playing Dungeons & Dragons easy. This supplement provides everything you need to plan an evening (or even just an hour) of D&D for characters of any level with very little preparation. Just pick an adventure from this supplement, take a few minutes to read it over, and game time is good to go.
You can also use this supplement to throw down a new adventure when the players take the story in a surprising direction. Several of the adventures in this supplement take only an hour or so of time, allowing for side-trek sessions that fit into diverse stories and hectic schedules.
This supplement can be enhanced with Tactical Maps: Reincarnated. Each of the 22 maps included in that product is detailed as a full fantastic location in the Adventure Atlas and given four short adventures, meaning this supplement includes 88 ready-to-play adventures from the following designers:
- M.T. Black
- Will Doyle
- James Haeck
- James Introcaso
- Rich Lescouflair
- Ginny Loveday
- Shawn Merwin
- Cindy Moore
- Ashley Warren
This product is a DMs Guild Adepts adventure supplement! The Dungeon Masters Guild Adept program brings highly talented individuals together for creative development. Guild Adept products are identified with the golden ampersand and logo.
There are previews of Tactical Maps: Adventure Atlas available on its product page on the DMs Guild, but how about one more? Below is a link to a PDF that contains the introduction and one of the maps and its adventures called the Chromatic Vault! Enjoy!
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