A secretive organization called the Golden Vault seeks operatives to perpetrate dangerous heists. Adventurers can also complete the heists without the Golden Vault as their patron. These missions require careful planning and flawless execution, and the rewards are well worth
Keys from the Golden Vault is a collection of 13 short, standalone Dungeons & Dragons® adventures designed for characters of levels 1–11. These adventures can be placed in any setting, and you can run them as one-shot game sessions or link them together into a campaign. This book also includes in-world maps to help players plan their heists.
In this Roll20 conversion of Keys from the Golden Vault, you'll find everything from the book and more!
Keys from the Golden Vault on Roll20 is presented in two formats:
The full experience in a standalone module that already includes all of the adventure content from Keys from the Golden Vault to start your campaign fresh!
Each individual adventure in 13 separate addons which can be added to your existing Roll20 campaigns!
Module: Keys from the Golden Vault includes an adventure module. To create a new game, click on the Start New Game option from the site menu. The column on the right-hand side of the page is titled Optional: Choose a Module. Clicking on the Keys from the Golden Vault cover image will select this module as the base for your new game. NOTE: your module elements can be transmogrified into existing games if you have a Pro subscription. For more information, check out this help article.
Addon: Keys from the Golden Vault includes 13 addons. To add any of the individual adventures from Keys from the Golden Vault to a new or existing game, add via the Game Details Page. On the Game Details page, scroll down to the Game Addons section. Select the desired addon from the dropdown menu and then click add to game. The next time you enter the game, everything from the addon should be available.
Compendium: You can access all of the rules, items, and creatures from Keys from the Golden Vault in the in-app compendium, as well as on the Roll20 web compendium.
Art Pack: You can access the Art Pack under the Premium Assets section of the Art Library in-app. These assets are only available for in-app use.
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