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By Bruce R. Cordell, Mike Mearls

A D&D experience for characters of degrees 1-3.The city of Winterhaven stands watch over a ruined maintain that used to be a bastion of excellent within the realm. This hold overlooks the Shadow Rift, a depressing scar on the earth that used to be a gateway to the Shadowfell yet has been dormant for a few years. Now, an evil cleric of Orcus, Demon Lord of the Undead, seeks to re-open the gate, and the one factor status in his means is a small but decided band of heroes from Winterhaven.Keep at the Shadowfell is a thrilling Dungeons & Dragons experience designed for characters of degrees 1-3. It contains 3 double-sided poster maps appropriate to be used with D&D miniatures, in addition to info in town of Winterhaven and environs.

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Valthrun the Prescient: “The keep was built during the height of the old empire. Some sort of watchtower. I can’t recall what for. Some think it was to guard against gnoll marauders, but I don’t think that’s right. Whatever, the keep outlived its usefulness. It’s been a ruin since before I was born. Probably a goblin lair by this time. But you’ve whetted my curiosity. When I return to my tower, I’ll look through my library. ” Valthrun doesn’t reveal all he knows about the ruined keep the first time the PCs talk to him.

Like a death cult or something? Wow, wouldn’t that be something to see. Do you think they sacrifice victims to the Raven Queen or some foul demon? Where did you say these sacrifices were happening? ” Valthrun the Prescient: “There hasn’t been an honest to goodness evil cult in or around Winterhaven in more than a hundred years. Where are you getting these strange ideas, my friends? ” Thair Coalstriker: “Oh no, my nefarious scheme has been uncovered. Now I have no choice but to destroy you. Hahahah.

The village is nestled in the southern foothills of the Cairngorm Peaks. The walls are weathered stone topped by defensive palisades. Small thatched homes stand around Winterhaven, each fronting a small piece of farmland or pasture. Beyond the farms to the west and south lie dark woods, and to the north, tall mountain peaks. Most residents of Winterhaven have never traveled beyond the village vale. The majority of villagers are farmers, though the walled heart of Winterhaven employs various craftspeople as well.

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