D&D 5E Fire in the Laskian Mountains

As it turns out, the bandit Borok the Burning is very attached to his head.

Today's EN5ider is on fire! Once more an ancient draconic threat looms over Elissar, though this time it hails from the chilly south and for now the winged serpent's secretive influence is limited to its emissary: the mysterious fiery bandit known as Borok the Burning. Under his leadership the disparate raiders of the Laskian Mountains have banded together into the formidable Pyre, raising settlements across the tundra with abandon. Tonie Ankrifkadóttir (the karnir of the capital of Icegarten) has posted a bounty of 600 gold for whoever can take the bandit leader's head—yet the many that have tried have all died in the attempt. This adventure for 4–6 PCs of 6th level was devotedly designed by RK Robison, illustrated by Yeysson Bellaisa, and features the cartography of Kate Moody and Russ Morrissey.

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