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Hunt For The White Stag

Author: Dan DiPietro $6.99 USD

Staghead Woods is one of the most beautiful and lush forests in the region. A local craze has struck the town when a white stag was seen leading a herd of elk in the woods. Some claim it’s a protector of the forest, others claim it’s the largest buck to have been seen. A great hunt has been prepared with a cash reward for the ones who bring the beast down.

Where To Add This Adventure
This adventure is a useful side quest for any civilization near a forest. It is meant to test a groups survival skills over time by increasing the difficulty with failures. More importantly, it is meant to test the player's moral compass on if they choose to pursue their own gain or assist in protecting the forest from evil. It’s a perfect adventure suitable for both good aligned players or… well… those with more sinister ideas about how life is supposed to be lived.

Game Assets
5 Forest maps with dynamic lighting (lighting requires Plus/Pro subscription)
New Monsters
Rollable Forest Obstacle Table
Premade Audio Lists

Quick Guide
System: D&D 5E
 Adventure
Starting Level: 5 players of 5th level
Length: Short Adventure Approx. 2 sessions
Installation: Install this Add-on via the dropdown menu in the Game Add-ons section of the Game Details Page.

i Can only be used with Roll20; cannot be downloaded.

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