Zenith Trajectory is Part 3 of the Shackled City Adventure Path and takes player characters into an Underdark temple, to rescue a dwarven defender among a bloodthirsty cult of kuotoans. Designed for group of four 6th-level characters, and the PCs may reach 8th level by the conclusion.
“Chains of Blackmaw” is an adventure for four PCs of 10th level, set in a penitentiary mining complex. It’s easily adaptable to any campaign setting. This adventure denies PCs the use of their trusted weapons and gear by forcing them into incarceration in order to complete a mission of grave importance.
Flood Season is the Second Module in the Dungeon Magazine Adventure Path: Shackled City series. This Dungeons & Dragons adventure is designed for four player characters (PCs) of 4th level. PCs who survive the entire adventure should advance to or near 6th level
This Web Enhancement provides you with a number of extra NPCs, additional player information, the statistics of the monsters from D&D Monster Manual II that appear in “Flood Season” Part 2 of The Shackled City Adventure Pat, and some extra campaign tidbits to use when running “Flood Season” from Dungeon Magazine Issue #98.
“Life’s Bazaar” is the first module in an Adventure Path series spanning several issues of DUNGEON Magazine. This DUNGEONS & DRAGONS adventure is designed for four player characters (PCs) of 1st level. PCs who survive the entire adventure should advance to 3rd level.
This Web Enhancement provides you with a number of extra NPCs, an additional Player Handout, a new trap, the statistics of the monsters from D&D Monster Manual II that appear in “Life’s Bazaar”, and some extra campaign tidbits to use when running “Life’s Bazaar” from Dungeon Magazine Issue #97.
The Shackled City Adventure Path (or simply Shackled City) is a role-playing game Adventure Path designed for Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), originally published as a series of adventure modules in Dungeon magazine taking Characters from 1st to 20th Level.
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