Lands of Darkness #6: The Wild Hills (4E) PDF
Expeditious Retreat Press
Lands of Darkness #6: The Wild Hills is designed for parties of levels 3–5. Explore the mysteries and monsters within the rolling hills and steep canyons.
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Lands of Darkness is a new series of location-based encounters ripe for exploration, gold, and glory! Each Lands of Darkness explores a larger area that can easily be dropping into existing campaigns with set encounters within a level range. Each encounter is tailored for multiple levels within the range, designed to advance the average party of 5 one level, and each Land of Darkness is large enough for GMs to expand with more encounters specific to their campaigns.
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