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Another Foray Into the DM’s Guild

I’ve launched another adventure on the DM’s Guild. This is the second adventure I’ve published there and this one is designed for use with only the freely downloadable Basic Rules. Now that won’t stop you running the adventure if you have the full set of core books, but it means you don’t have to own these.

As someone who recently returned to the hobby after years away, I understand the apprehension with which new DMs approach running their first session. I wanted this adventure to hold their hand throughout the process and I also wanted their to be a low entry cost. The adventure itself is only $1.99 on the Guild and that price includes full colour virtual tabletop maps for use with VTT apps like Roll20 and it also has the full Fantasy Grounds version of the adventure thrown in for free.

The adventure is a fairly basic little romp into the catacombs underneath a ruined temple. There, the players will discover abducted villagers, cultists and the Water Weird which the cultists worship. The adventure is called “Beneath the Ruins” and is currently available on the DM’s Guild.

I previously released “The Curious Case of Ellery Kingsman” on the DM’s Guild and while sales have slowed, it still ticks over with the occasional sale.

If you like the content I create here, and enjoy reading my blog posts then please feel free to show your support by buying a copy of one of my adventures.

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I am a 40 something DM/GM located in Scotland. In 2016, I rediscovered the joys of tabletop role-playing games. This blog documents my journey back into the fold.

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