Dungeons & Dragons

System D&D 5e

The legend of The Moon Underwater

Game Master Jerrie S

Venue: Glanville Hall Wednesday night

Rotation: July to September

Players: Marco, Rich, Shorty, Bruce

After years of peace, and blissful normality, you begin to hear tales from the sea. Tides are no longer to be trusted and large ships are going missing. Stories are told of these strange events pointing to all manner of ungodly evil. Demons, dragons and even the Kraken himself are being blamed.

On the evening of the summer solstice, two moons rise instead of one. Sudden rumours of a great evil are being whispered across the realm and its presence is being felt throughout the land. Even as far as where you now dwell has seen leagues of undead, plagues of locusts and raging forest fires. To you, these strange events are no coincidence.

Many years after your legendary actions, you are one of a select group of heroes who find yourselves drawn to a distant tavern called ‘The Moon Underwater’. It seems that retirement will have to wait as you are asked to put on your armour and sharpen your blades and call upon your patrons once again.

DND E5, Starting Level 10, ending level 17ish (I ask that you use a character you have played and loved from any genre but build in E5.)

Dungeon of the Mad Mind

Game Master Sam M

Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage is an adventure module for the 5th edition of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. It is the second part of the Waterdeep storyline and follows the first adventure, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist.

Into The Abyss

Game Master Sam M

The Isle of Dread is the first D&D wilderness adventure published by TSR Hobbies back in 1980, and was designed as an instructional module to help novice Dungeon Masters design their own wilderness adventures.

Ravenloft

Game Master Fred

Ravenloft is a fictional place, a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. It is an alternate time-space existence known as a pocket dimension or demiplane, called the Demiplane of Dread, which consists of a collection of land pieces called "domains", brought together by a mysterious force known only as the Dark Powers.

Each domain is tailored to and mystically ruled by a being called a Darklord who is forever trapped and surrounded by magical mists surrounding the domain.

Strahd Von Zarovich, a vampire in the original AD&D Ravenloft I6 module 1983, became the first Darklord, both ruler and prisoner of his own personal domain of Barovia. How Count Von Zarovich became the darklord of Barovia was detailed in the novel, I, Strahd: The Memoirs of a Vampire. As originally established in the Ravenloft: Realm of Terror boxed set known as "the Black Box" released in 1990,

The Ravenloft campaign setting was located in the Ethereal Plane. As a physical manifestation of that plane, lands, monsters and even people were created out of the mysterious mists, and the realm acted as a prison where one could enter or be transported, but means of escape were few. Other Ravenloft Domains and Darklords were eventually added in various AD&D 2nd edition (and then later in 3rd edition) products establishing a core continent attached around Barovia which could be traveled to by others if their respective lords allowed entering or leaving their borders; while some Domains remained isolated in the mists and were referred to as Islands.

System D&D Basic

Isle of dread

Game Master Andy Wright

The Isle of Dread is the first D&D wilderness adventure published by TSR Hobbies back in 1980, and was designed as an instructional module to help novice Dungeon Masters design their own wilderness adventures.

d&d

System D&D 3.5

The Danger of Dwarves

Game Master Stig

Set in Stig's homegrown world full of conflicts with roving band of Maurauders.

Investigators have been sent to locate and retrieve the "Eye of Hope" which has not been located yet.

Currently the party are on a mission for Lord Charles to collect some Armour from Dark Dwarves from their mountainous home.

d&d 3.5

System D&D 4e

Thunderspire Labryinth

Game Master Paul S

Paul takes on the WotC Thunderspire Labyrinth module for 4th Edition D&D

D&D 4e