Dungeon Masters Guild - Adventures -While Pathfinder may have usurped the crown of tabletop roleplaying in the 3. No matter what system or edition you play, there's always a need for more adventure modules, whether to run as one-offs or just to mine for ideas in your own larger campaigns. Looking for adventure modules for other systems besides these two behemoths of the industry? What the heck Yep, there sure are, thanks to devoted fans and game designers at Dragonsfoot. This particular free module is for low-level characters and exemplifies everything that's great about low-powered campaigns -- evil bandits, charming rogues, and a poor village in need of help from wandering adventurers. We're now up to the fifth entry in this ongoing series of beloved Free RPG Day modules from Paizo, but the original still stands head and shoulders above the competition which isn't hard, since they're goblins.
Free D&D Adventures from Wizards of the Coast
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Hail to you mighty Dungeon Master and if you are not a DM, what the hell are you doing here?! You will notice that there is material available from other game systems; why you ask? Well they have been included because many good adventures are based on storylines rather than game mechanics, so please feel free to browse and harvest those ideas. Of course this section is kept active with contributions from the roleplay community, so dig deep and send me your modules… go on - you know you want to! You may require Adobe Acrobat Reader to read this file.
Dungeons & Dragons Encounters, Adventures, Campaigns
For 3rd Edition and beyond new publisher Wizards of the Coast uses the term adventure. The coded modules — are listed by module code. Modules made after the code system was dropped — are displayed in alphabetical order. Note: There is considerable overlap caused by the transition period and early pre-advertising for some modules. Module codes in brackets indicate implied codes either by earlier advertising or place in a series; some of these modules did not actually have codes printed on the cover.