Champions of Krynn, Chapter 2: Descent into the Crypts

Champions of Krynn, Chapter 2: Descent into the Crypts
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Series: 5E Adventures, Book 2
Genre: Dungeon Masters Guild
Tags: Classic Era, D&D 5E
Publisher: DLNexus
Publication Year: May 2023
Format: Electronic
Length: 28

The continuing story of Champions of Krynn.  The sequel to the adventure included in Tasslehoff's Pouches of Everything Revised.

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Champions of Krynn, Chapter 2: Descent into the Crypts

The Dragonlance Nexus proudly presents Champions of Krynn, Chapter 2: Descent into the Crypts, a 28 page sequel to the original adventure available in Tasslehoff’s Pouches of Everything Revised!

Evil never rests and neither should the forces of good. It has been one year since the end of the War of the Lance. And while the forces of the Whitestone Council are still battling the remnants of the Dragon Highlord armies, a new force arises. In the area around Throtl, rumors spread of a forgotten book that can unlock a dark secret. With limited forces in the area, the Whitestone Council must look to others to help unlock the mystery and prevent an ancient legend from being unleashed on Krynn.

After rescuing the lost patrol in Throtl and rushing to prevent the corruption of more metallic dragon eggs, the adventurers descend into the Crypt of the Fallen Kings on the trail of evil. They’ll need all their skills, and a little luck, to fight Myrtani’s forces and become champions of Krynn!

  • A four-part dungeon-crawl adventure that takes the players through 2nd level with over 8 encounters, traps, and puzzles.
  • Maps of several levels of the ancient Calnar dwarven civilization, as well as locales east of Throtl.
  • Random encounter tables to supplement the adventure.
  • New magic items, cantrips and 1st level spells
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