D&D 5E EN5ider #525 - Adventure: Under Wing

An ominous storm centered on the peak of Broktoth Mountain has grown to such immense size that it can be seen from as far north as Kroppa—signs of ill-omen joined by the shuddering of unquiet magma. There are more fell tidings too with workers in the Nalpine Forest reporting agitation among its fell beasts, and on the road to Icegarten caravans are despoiled and waystations destroyed. People seek safety in the village of Kroppa, but with commerce at a standstill it is becoming increasingly crowded and on edge. Before things come to a head however, the settlement’s karnir has offered a substantial reward to anyone who can uncover the cause and resolve the issue. This adventure in Elissar is for 4–5 PCs of 7th level, direly designed by Marc Kenobi, illustrated by Júlio Rocha, and featuring cartography by Umut Comak and Russ Morrissey.


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