WotC What is the last WotC adventure you played in or DM'd?

Lanefan

Victoria Rules
Hmmmm - specifically WotC adventures rather than TSR? Probably the bit of Princes of the Apocalypse I chopped out and reworked, but that was 7+ years ago.

The last one I tried to run mostly-stock other than edition conversion? That'd be Forge of Fury, about 11 years ago, with the "tried to run" being because they only got partway through then (for valid in-game reasons) gave up on it.

The last TSR module I ran was The Gauntlet, a year and a half ago. The last canned module of any kind was Druids of Doom (Judges' Guild) last year; sine then it's been all homebrew.
 

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pukunui

Legend
I am currently running Tomb of Annihilation and Dungeon of the Mad Mage for my two groups and playing in the AL Eberron Oracle of War series.
 



Clint_L

Hero
White Plume Mountain. What a classic!

I like putting those short adventures into my home brew campaigns on occasion. Got two great sessions out of that one - the traps alone are worth the price of admission.
 

Stormonu

Legend
I started my 5E stint with running Lost Mines of Phandelver. I’ve also run:

  • Ghosts of Saltmarsh (up through The Final Enemy, with several home brewed add-ons)
  • Tales of the Yawning Portal - White Plume Mountain
  • One-shot Curse of Strahd game, focusing on Castle Ravenloft

I’ve played in Tomb of Annihilation as a player, but it was a bad experience. I think we’ve finally managed to shut that game down.

I also played in a Rime of the Frostmaiden game, but that game was put on indefinite hold in favor of playing a Theros game - which has been completely homebrewed.

I’ve also run several homebrewed adventures based on WotC properties - a one-shot Ravenloft Falkovia game (sort of a Walking Dead scenario), a homebrewed Tower of Xenopus (loosely based on the example adventure in the Holmes basic game) and a one-shot Ravenloft 5E converted Night of the Living Dead.
 




Whizbang Dustyboots

100% that gnome
Oh, and last year I used Strixhaven for a one-shot that was actually a way to run The Stygian Library, since if Strixhaven's Biblioplex can't stand in for Unseen University's library, I don't know what can. So, they wandered through the setting, headed to the library, and then spent the rest of their time off the WotC map.

I can highly recommend The Stygian Library, incidentally.
 

aco175

Legend
I'm currently running some Yawning Portal right now. We started a short campaign with some homebrew and Forge of Fury but then the players wanted to continue with the same PCs so we are in the middle of the Against the Giants adventure.

I started planning for the next campaign with the new box; Stormwreck Isle and some homebrew to aid and expand the site.
 

delericho

Legend
My last campaign used a bit of "Curse of Strahd", and a large part of "Adam's Wrath" (which is technically TSR). My previous campaign was "Storm King's Thunder" (though it ended in a TPK in the Forge of the Fire Giants).
 

Jolly Ruby

Privateer
The last I ran was Rime of the Frostmaiden, which I found really solid after some minor adjustments. I'm running Wild Beyond the Witchlight right now, and tbh I think it's inconsistent at beat. The first chapter was really good, but after that I feel it wants to be a sandbox, but don't have substance enough to achieve it
 

pukunui

Legend
The last I ran was Rime of the Frostmaiden, which I found really solid after some minor adjustments. I'm running Wild Beyond the Witchlight right now, and tbh I think it's inconsistent at beat. The first chapter was really good, but after that I feel it wants to be a sandbox, but don't have substance enough to achieve it
I really enjoyed reading Wild Beyond the Witchlight and would like to run it for one or both of my groups. Any advice?
 

jasper

Rotten DM
Currently Running Dragonlance Shadow queen, And Pipyap's Guide to Hell which I will finish on Friday. As Player Call of the Netherdeep.
 

pemerton

Legend
I have never played in a WotC-published D&D adventure.

The last one I used as a GM, as best I recall, was bits-and-pieces of E1 Death's Reach.

The last TSR module I GMed was White Plume Mountain, 12 to 18 months ago.

The last TSR module I wrote an adaptation of was the Moathouse from T1.
 


Whizbang Dustyboots

100% that gnome
The last I ran was Rime of the Frostmaiden, which I found really solid after some minor adjustments. I'm running Wild Beyond the Witchlight right now, and tbh I think it's inconsistent at beat. The first chapter was really good, but after that I feel it wants to be a sandbox, but don't have substance enough to achieve it
I picked up several other fey books to flesh it out. Fey Encounters is full of one-page encounters that can be dropped in at will, for instance. I also like Cawood Publishing's Monsters of Feyland.
 


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