Whether the peoples in your fantasy world travel by land or water there will be those who specialize in getting others from place to place. This is another new background for 5e D&D.
Does the long abandoned office of this temple hide treasure? Are there more clues about the Tunneling Nightmares? Is Sheljar still haunted? Keep searching.
Now entering the underground of Sheljar our heroes find the results of the nightmares that haunted the bog-city for two decades.
Of course the LEGO D&D set will have a tavern. It must. There’s also a dungeon and a dragon.
An abandoned temple serves as the stopping point for the sky-cable. Does it hide something from Sheljar’s darkest past?
When the goblins and the Lorebook Hunters decided to make Sheljar into a Free City, where all thinking peoples were respectedm there was a vast, several mile separation between the suburbs and caves that the goblins discovered and the former City Center with its library, temples, city hall and palace. The First Sky-cable was constructed…
There is an older name for this neighborhood, but it is now called Chupmolea. Named after the goblin who suggested maintaining a sky-cable gondola network powered by mulgobs and the large beasts that the Kin connect with.
My first entry for Dungeon 23 is the entry to the Bog-City. Now the Free City of Sheljar, the bog-city once ruled the Western Wildes. Its entry was once a spectacular glass encrusted series of gates.
Every thing you read is prep for your next session, including a blog about what happens when dragons die
Shave and a haircut? Two bits an’ a few minutes. I’ll fix those braids too.
Add the Barber to your D&D world.