There’s no shortage of downloads at the DMs Guild, many of them impressive quality, and so it’s hard for one to stand out.
But, Kryptgarden Ascendant from Carl Terence Vandal did.
Why? A ringing endorsement from Forgotten Realms creator Ed Greenwood.
In a Tweet, the generous D&D creator said;
I enjoyed this one a lot. And it provides a nice toolbox for DMs to spin side-adventures and sequels with (nice deployable monsters). Recommended.
The 80-page scenario has PC heroes go up against the ancient green dragon Claugiyliamatar.
Kryptgarden Forest (also known as Tsordvudd) is a canon location in the Sword Coast, northwest Faerun. Claugiyliamatar is also a previously established NPC, appearing in the Wizards of the Coast official 2016 D&D adventure Storm King’s Thunder.
Kryptgarden Ascendant consists of five different adventures, comes with 13 random encounters and 8 detailed maps.
These D&D adventures are suitable for characters at levels 10 through 12. The thing is, it’s the end of a trilogy. The first two are;
- The Road THrough Kryptgarden – which suits characters at 8th or 9th level, and is in itself a follow-on from Halls of the Goblin King.
- A Nightmare In Kryptgarden – which fits characters at levels 9th or 11th.
In The Road Through Kryptgarden, characters are first employed to survey a route to Westbridge, a route that will include the Sword Mountains and Kryptgarden Forest. It’s a silver best-seller at the DMs Guild.
Generously, all three adventures have been made available by Carl in a discounted bundle if you’re confident enough to snap all three at once.
If you do, it feels like your players could spend the entire festive holidays loving to hate the dragon Claugiyliamatar.
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