Mini-Dungeon #021: Daenyr’s Return (5E / Fantasy Grounds)
FOR FANTASY GROUNDS VTT A 5E Mini-Dungeon 4-6 Characters of Levels 8-9
3,500 years have passed since the vampire Daenyr and his followers terrorized the countryside from his dark temple. His name now myth, his temple in ruins save for a few remaining chambers; no one recalls how or why this came to be. A mysterious cult has taken up residencein the ruins, and rumors of blood rituals and a crimson god are spreading across the countryside, while many disappearances go unanswered.
5E Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for D&D 5th Edition which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.
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