Sunday, 30 April 2017

One-Page Dungeon 2017: Temple of the Moon Priests





"Deep in the forest, a flooded temple holds the secret to a dying king's life. Can you untangle its mysteries before your rivals?"

"Temple of the Moon Priests" is my entry into the 2017 One-Page Dungeon Contest. Wish me luck! 

18 comments:

  1. I like the art, the set-up and the rival adventurers. Lovely work.

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  2. Congrats on the win! Gorgeous piece!

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  3. Congrats on the prize! I hope sometime to have a chance to run this, or play it

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  4. This is fantastic. The artwork is amazing as well. IS there anyway I can purchase the non-notated image to show my players?

    PS

    I'm really pumped for Tomb of Annihilation.

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    1. Thanks Jimmy! See the latest post to this page!

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    2. I see it. Thank you. I ran Mind Blast this weekend and the players really dug the reveal when the kids told our heroes about the Lady Strongheart.

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    3. Nice, I'm so pleased that adventure is still getting played! I should totally do a conversion for the DMs Guild.

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  5. Hey sorry if I missed it somehow, but is there an implied method for redirecting the moonlight onto Artemur's statue? Is there a common spell or something that can do it? Am I missing something obvious?

    Thanks for any insights. Great piece of art and writing and I look forward to the delight this will bring to our table!!

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    1. Hey there, and sorry for the late reply. There's no special trick here: the moonlight should be redirected with a mirror, a well-polished shield, or whatever else the players can think of. Hope you have fun with this!

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  6. You definitely should. I'd be happy to send money your way.

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  7. We played this last night as part on an intro to some new players. We had some town and tavern encounters, then a 3 day journey here, and got halfway through the temple. I made the rival party into wererats. Everyone had a great time.

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  8. Where can I find a readable version of this, the resolution is way too low.

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