D&D 5E – EN5ider #503 – Harmful Situations: Chained to the Deep | EN World | Dungeons & Dragons

A pair of merrow are participating in a vicious tactic at present on EN5ider, and even probably the most brave adventurers can be hard-pressed to avoid wasting the day on this Harmful Situation!

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  • 503. Harmful Situations: Chained to the Deep. A destiny most horrible is about to befall a bunch of fishers which have run afoul of vengeful merrow: with out speedy intervention they’re to be dragged to drown within the depths! These fanatical fishfolk (a priest and acolyte) aren’t alone nonetheless, and anybody that interrupts their revenge has a toothy shock ready for them. This harmful situation for 4–5 PCs of 4th stage was distinctively designed by Marc Kenobi, illustrated by Hannah Seakins, and options cartography by Dyson Logos.
  • 502. Enchanted Trinkets: Roadside Reliquaries. Routes of pilgrimage and holy locations are rife with retailers providing divine relics, however so many are beauty symbols of religion and nothing extra. With these 9 magic gadgets the facility they grant is true all the identical—although their veracity comes into query when pushed to the restrict! From the empowering archangel’s feather to the invigorating Varpak’s large toe, adventurers throughout the realms would do nicely to browse the wares of merchants in holy relics simply in case one in all these enchanted trinkets is accessible for buy. Devotedly designed by Andrew Engelbrite, illustrated by Jori Hollander.
  • 501. Monstrous Menagerie: Distinctive Undead. Everybody is aware of the widespread undead—ghosts, skeletons, vampires, zombies—however there are but extra of those horrors, some with unorthodox origins and even odder appearances. What occurs to highly effective necromancers that develop incurable ailments? Or if an earth elemental bestows a curse that rots the bones? What sorts of magical maladies can develop inside these descended from inbred sorcerous monarchies? The cold (CR 4), ossified (CR 2), shadrownoma (CR 1), and shadrownoma clot (CR 5) plus the shadrownoma illness! Dangerously designed by Levi Thompson, illustrated by Júlio Rocha.
  • 500. Vault of Splintered Souls MEGADUNGEON. Delve by means of 14 ranges of fell monsters, rewarding puzzles, and deadly traps beneath the ruins of Mal Takkar and gather a whole bunch of soulshards earlier than rising as the primary champions to flee the vault! Diabolically, dreadfully, and definitively designed for 4–5 PCs (beginning at sixth stage and ending at tenth stage) by Anthony Alipio, Sarah Breyfogle, Savannah Broadway, Charlie Brooks, Andrew Engelbrite, Will Gawned, Marc Kenobi, Peter Martin, Michael McCarthy, Mike Myler, Tyler Omichinski, Levi Thompson, Rachel Williamson. Cowl illustration by Erik Davis-Heim, cartography by Xanditz, format by Frank Michienzi.
  • 499. Spells: Miraculous Magic. Magic could be a fickle factor, and when deities are concerned the facility of what could be can astound. Contemplate this batch of a dozen spells every with its personal component of Miraculous Casting, rising its efficiency when the state of affairs is dire. Bolster the resolve of companions with emboldening banner, even affecting these on the precipice of demise in case you are wounded badly sufficient. Maybe as a substitute you would possibly blast and blind with a ray of heavenly gentle—hitting with the drive of a god by drawing upon the plight of an ally close by preventing to cling to mortality. Whether or not speaking about condemnation or deliverance, each cleric, druid, and paladin ought to pray for this suite of spells. Divinely designed by Andrew Engelbrite, illustrated by Indi Martin.



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