D&D 5E EN5ider #350 - Mini-Adventure: The Devil's Maze

Today we've got EN5ider's 350th article! We are incredibly grateful to have so many Patrons and thank everyone who has been, is, or might become one. We figured that an awesome planar-hopping fiendish dungeon labyrinth was in order to ring in this milestone so check it out!

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Lately on EN5ider:
  • 350. Mini-Adventure: The Devil's Maze. This one-shot that features innovative gameplay throughout a compelling fiend-stalked labyrinth and revolves around a classic fantasy tale. The powerful mage Nerzikon the Traveler constructed his sanctum (the Devilā€™s Maze) long ago and as his legend faded into history so too did knowledge of his personal nexus of planar byways. When next the adventurers need to travel to another world youā€™ll be prepared with an engaging dungeon to lead them there! Fiendishly designed by William Fischer, featuring the artwork of Guilherme Sommermeyer and Yihyoung Li, and the cartography of Dyson Logos.
  • 349. Monstrous Menagerie: Damned Sovereigns. Wildernesses and ruins the world over are the abandoned homes of fallen empires and lost kingdoms, civilizations that have faded into history. The powerful rulers of such places do not always plummet with their domains however, continuing on by way of enduring magics imbued by the wealth of a nation or terrible curses wrought as punishment for the massive suffering under their decree. This issue of Monstrous Menagerie examines three such figures: the ghostly shadow of Queen Katarina, the beastly-transformed elvish prince Ahvain, and the brutally childish golem Jin Su. Designed damnably well by Will Gawned, featuring the illustrations of Fer Gregory, JĆŗlio Rocha, and Sade.
  • 348. Enchanted Trinkets: A Noblewoman's Essentials. Are you among the highest social standing? Do the cultural elites vie for invitations to your parties, or fervently wish that you might attend theirs? If you are then you almost certainly have our catalog already, but if not then we implore you to peruse these pagesā€”Madam Ursula's only trades in the absolute finest goods, garments, and curiosities that will make you an essential member of noble society! Practice discretion while you whet your tongue on the sly and put a touch of enchantment into your step with the flask of confidence, save your prized attire from stains with the miraculous kerchief, or avail yourself of any one of the nine enchanted trinkets within to impress your friends and make it certain to all that you are a person of unique standing. Elegantly designed by Elizabeth Orchard, illustrated by Rachel Maduro.
  • 347. ZEITGEIST #11: Gorged on Ruins - Part 3. This installment of ZEITGEIST #11 has all the goodies in it: Gidim living steel, thoughtlocks, oculus prisms, and the statistics for a grand total of THIRTY-NINE creatures! 39! These monsters and NPCs range from the meek (the CR 3 UrsaliƱan guard) to the incredibly mighty (the Esurientes Draco in Ruinam aka catastrophe dragon, at CR 25). Fleshwarped dire bears, army troops and soldiers of all sorts, a blizzard elemental of the end times, a skeletal phalanx swarmā€”if you ever suspect you might need some high level monsters, do not sleep on this issue of EN5ider!
  • 346. Spells for Punching. Sometimes even the most cautious mage has to get up and smack somebody in the faceā€”make that smack count. With these 11 new spells in your repertoire you'll be unleashing storm kicks and incinerating roundhouse strikes right alongside warrior allies, and when it really becomes a dire fight then maybe even a godstrike! Pugilistically designed by Peter Martin, illustrated by Herman Lau.

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Mike Myler

Mike Myler

Mike Myler

Have you been to LevelUp5E.com yet?
Cool....but you uploaded the cover JPG instead of the actual adventure :(

Oof! Thank you for the heads upā€”the PDF is up on the Patreon now.

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