D&D 5E EN5ider #520 - Adventure: Northminster Job

Thievery abounds in Northminster and some very unusual Florists are to blame!

The famed blade and heirloom of the Vivanti family—the Silver Orchid—is going to be stolen. They know because the burglars are the Florists, a brazen and talented group who've completed daring heists across the continent and have sent a calling card warning of the impending theft. The adventurers are tasked with ensuring it isn’t stolen or failing that to secure its return. Unfortunately an effective group of informants make all their preparations for naught and (after finding out how they were duped) it's a race to catch the Florists before the thieves can escape Northminster! This adventure in Elissar for 4–6 PCs of 5th–6th level was deceptively designed by Tyler Omichinski, features illustration by Júlio Rocha, and cartography by Umut Comak.


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