5E Recommend me an adventure

Retreater

Adventurer
So I'm having to run a game a little sooner than I was expecting without much free time to invest, and even less inspiration.
I was wondering if anyone can help me find an adventure that might work under the following stipulations....
5e
5th level
1-2 nights of play
Can be dropped into a generic fantasy woodland environment
Preferably would include a green dragon and lair (or could insert one)
Can't be an official WotC adventure, as these guys like to read and study adventures for fun.
Any ideas? I've tried a few sites, but there's too much to look through on DMs Guild, and most 3pp do a bad job telling you the contents of their adventure collections.
 

Xenonnonex

Adventurer
So I'm having to run a game a little sooner than I was expecting without much free time to invest, and even less inspiration.
I was wondering if anyone can help me find an adventure that might work under the following stipulations....
5e
5th level
1-2 nights of play
Can be dropped into a generic fantasy woodland environment
Preferably would include a green dragon and lair (or could insert one)
Can't be an official WotC adventure, as these guys like to read and study adventures for fun.
Any ideas? I've tried a few sites, but there's too much to look through on DMs Guild, and most 3pp do a bad job telling you the contents of their adventure collections.
Despite it being an official adventure, Lost Mines of Phandelver would be perfect for you.
 

Shiroiken

Adventurer
Tomb of Horrors. Won't take more than 1 session before they die horribly. It can be dropped in any generic wilderness. It may be official WotC, but that will only help them against the BIG traps, unless they have excellent memories.
 

Zardnaar

Hero
This resource might be helpful:

And a few PWYW ideas:

Nerzugals Dungeon Master Toolkit 2 has some nice one-shots and longer adventures at various levels you can drop into most any hombres campaign.

Graves of Neverwinter - I haven't personally run this one, but have run a few others in the Seldom Spring series. They are reasonably well written and relatively easy to run.
Sure. PDF might even preferable as I'd get access to it sooner than ordering a print copy.
The Quests if Doom series gas a lot if adventures set around the level 5/6 range.

1 and 2 are the best ones.

Note 1 is in two volumes so there's three to get

Dead Dragon Temple
Namjan Forest
Bad Moon Rising

Are all decent, only DDT gas a dragon. In it.

QoD 2 in s also in that level range might have to add your own Dragon though.
 

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