File Name: dungeons and dragons tomb of annihilation .zip
Hi Sean, I love your guides, and I have found your "how to prepare a session" guide -- as well as the comments sprinkled throughout your Planescape recaps -- to be extremely useful. A niche-y kind of post I would like to see, though, is a breakdown of how you prepare your guides.
The talk of the streets and taverns has all been about the so-called death curse: a wasting disease afflicting. Victims grow thinner and weaker each day, slowly but. Temples and scholars of divine magic are at a loss to explain. The cause is a necromantic artifact called the Soulmonger, which is located somewhere in Chult, a mysterious. This newest edition draws from every prior edition to. Victims grow thinner and weaker each day, slowly but steadily sliding toward the death they once denied. The cause is a necromantic artifact called the Soulmonger, which is located somewhere in Chult, a mysterious peninsula far to the south, ringed with mountains and choked with rain forests.
This probably comes from my beginnings as a story gamer - it was expected that you would have some sort of character development over the course of our month campaigns. But there's more than just updating character traits. I like the idea that the appearance of a character changes drastically over the course of their adventures. For magic users, it's fairly obvious. Wizards get zanier, warlocks get corrupted, druids get more plant- or animal-esque, and clerics become more eminently divine.
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A death curse has befallen everyone who's been raised from the dead. Its victims are rotting away, and all efforts to reverse the decay have failed. The souls of the dead are being stolen one by one and trapped inside a necromantic artifact. Only its destruction will free the trapped spirits and allow the dead to be raised once more. All paths lead to Chult, a mysterious land of volcanoes, jungles, and the ruins of fallen kingdoms. Below them all awaits a deadly tomb. The trap is set.
As far as the Dungeons and Dragons hardcovers by Wizards of the Coast go, Tomb of Annihilation is probably the most sandboxy of them all.