Prepared! A Dozen One-Shot Adventures for 5th Edition (5E) PDF
So, your players went off on a tangent?
Never fear—Prepared! offers GMs quick solutions to keep the game moving and players entertained, while you figure out your next move. Here are short, one-shot adventures for every environment, including:
With Prepared!, designer Jon Sawatsky has created dozens of 5th Edition fantasy scenarios ready to use in any fantasy campaign setting, at a variety of PC levels. Never be caught without a plot again!
These adventures feature monsters from the core 5th Edition MM and from the Tome of Beasts.
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