D&D 5E Returning To The Ruins Of Mal Merikh

Harviskari the Void Mage is usually a figure of fear but today she needs a few helping hands.

The adventure from last month continues today on EN5ider with a sequel adventure in the doomed forests of Spinnelund! A great disturbance roils just beneath the surface of the Waking, the skein of reality stressed by other worlds pressing upon Elissar. This strangeness manifests upon the horizon with increasing frequency, commoners cowering and hastening in their duties eager to return home to their loved ones—without the help of an unlikely wizard the realms material would have been torn asunder already. Even the immense power of Harviskari the Void Mage has its limits however, and to implement a permanent solution she requires specific components that are difficult to acquire, all of them from the lethal haunted woods of Spinnelund. Includes the aquarachnid (CR 13), death spider (CR 7), ghost spider (CR 9), pit spider (CR 5), and a spider prince (CR 15). Dimensionally designed by Mike Myler, illustrated by Phil Stone, and features the cartography of Kate Moody and Russ Morrissey.

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Lately on EN5ider:
  • 555. Adventure: Wondrous Weaving. A great disturbance roils just beneath the surface of the Waking, the skein of reality stressed by other worlds pressing upon Elissar. This strangeness manifests upon the horizon with increasing frequency, commoners cowering and hastening in their duties eager to return home to their loved ones—without the help of an unlikely wizard the realms material would have been torn asunder already. Even the immense power of Harviskari the Void Mage has its limits however, and to implement a permanent solution she requires specific components that are difficult to acquire, all of them from the lethal haunted woods of Spinnelund. Includes the aquarachnid (CR 13), death spider (CR 7), ghost spider (CR 9), pit spider (CR 5), and a spider prince (CR 15). Dimensionally designed by Mike Myler, illustrated by Phil Stone, and features the cartography of Kate Moody and Russ Morrissey.
  • 554. Monstrous Menagerie: Magical Mounts. Why are horses so common in realms where exotic and strange monsters are everywhere? Consider instead these 7 enchanted steeds the next time your adventurer needs help getting somewhere! There’s the high-flying blakali bat (CR 1), divine celestial ram (CR 1), dependable clockwork horse (CR 2), coerced godbound hippocamp (CR 1), delightful racing snail (CR 2), terrifying timber warg (CR 1), and the ephemeral wisp colt (CR 2). Dependently designed by Andrew Engelbrite, illustrated by Rafael Benjamin.
  • 553. Intriguing Organizations: Oraculum of Enlightened Sight. A deranged cult is spreading across the land and gaining more adherents with every passing day—sometimes by force, sometimes through the spreading of the White Plague. Once deprived of an eye or all of their sight, a small number of victims do receive a magical blessing that gives the creed just enough truth to be a real danger. Devoutly designed by Austin Conrad, illustrated by Indi Martin.
  • 552. Villain Spotlight: Dramaturge. The Dramaturge doesn't just believe that all of life is a stage—for this accursed bard and everyone around them it is terrifyingly true. Troublesome irks cause explosive tirades, fanciful crushes beget dire confessions of love, and even the slightest disrespect can result in terrible violence for the sake of entertainment. All of this is due to the Taleblight Curse, a magical illness that compels those afflicted to play the part that's been chosen for them. Dramatically designed by Andrew Engelbrite, illustrated by Júlio Rocha.
  • 551. Villain Spotlight: White Winter. Icegarten's magnificent stone sculpture of a dragon is lauded as one of the finest works of art in all of Elissar—but this is a lie for there is nothing carved about it. What many are told is a sculpture once lived and breathed terror as White Winter, the undisputed lord of the south until it was petrified in a desperate gamble by the sagagætir of Laskia. With the passing of centuries this dangerous truth has become shrouded in legend and song, people blithely living their lives in the winged shadow of a tyrant silently waiting for her opportunity to reassert control the instant her imprisonment comes to its calamitous end. Draconically designed by Mike Myler, illustrated by Xanditz.
 

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