Sleeping Dragon’s Wake

You can order The Demonplague, my level 1 – 20 fifth edition adventure, right now!

Just a quick update this week to let you know that my official D&D adventure, Sleeping Dragon’s Wake, is now available on Roll20 an D&D Beyond. Both marketplaces have a variety of deals available!

Just what is Sleeping Dragon’s Wake? It is the middle of adventure in a trilogy meant to take place after Dragon of Icespire Peak, the new adventure that comes with the D&D Essentials Kit. Shawn Merwin wrote the first adventure, Storm Lord’s Wrath, and Will Doyle wrote the third, Divine Contention. We all helped contribute and develop each other’s adventures too! Hannah Rose edited all the adventures, Will Doyle and Stacey Allan did the beautiful adventure location maps, Bill Benham and Chris Lindsay oversaw the story, and a whole bunch of other people came together to bring the products to life. I cannot thank the Roll20 and D&D Beyond production teams enough for turning our word documents and PSD files into an amazing product.

So what is the adventure all about. Here’s a description:

Abandoned for many years, Leilon was once a fortified settlement midway along the High Road from Waterdeep to Neverwinter. Under the paid service of the Lord Protector Dagult Neverember, citizens of Neverwinter have returned, intent on reestablishing Leilon as a safe waypoint once more. Unfortunately, followers of Talos have also arrived, and they’ve brought the weather with them. To make matters worse, a cadre of villains devoted to both Myrkul, god of death and the Cult of the Dragon, have risen from the Mere of Dead Men to strike out as well.

My adventure takes characters from level 9 to 11, though the entire trilogy goes from 7 to 13 (and really the entire trilogy rocks)! Like the Essentials Kit, you can play through the adventures with one player and one DM using sidekick characters.

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