Tales From The Yawning Portal Pdf

Tales From The Yawning Portal Pdf PDF

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D&D; Tales From The Yawning Portal, as it incorporates classic adventure that have been updated for use with the fifth edition rules and guidebooks.

Within this tome are seven of the most compelling dungeons from the 40+ year history of Dungeons & Dragons. Some are classics that have hosted an untold number of adventures, while others are some of the most popular adventure ever printed. The seeds of these stories now rest in your hands. D&D’s most storied dungeons are now part of your modern remember to keep a few spare character sheets handy.

Tales From The Yawning Portal pdf

Dread Tales told in the Dead of Night

When the shadows grow long in waterdeep and fireplace in the taproom of the Yawning Portal dims to a deep crimson glow, adventure from across the Forgotten Realms, and even from other worlds, spin tales and spread rumors of dark dungeons and lost treasures. Some of the yarns overheard by Durnan, the barkeep of the Yawning Portal, are inspired by places and events in far-flung lands from across the D&D multiverse, and these tales have been collected into a single volume.

Small Summary

Yawning Portal’s Tales is a compilation of updated modules and adventures from previous versions. The module is designed to use the rules of the fifth edition, and is adjusted to match different levels of characters, so that adventure can be played in the order they are presented in the book, or a domestic campaign. Is dropped into presentation, including order of presentation and year of original publication, include :

  • The Sunless Citadel (2000)
  • The Forge of Fury (2000)
  • The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan (1980)
  • White Plume Mountain (1979)
  • Dead in The (2014)
  • Against the Giants (1981)
  • Tomb of Horrors (1978)

    There are a total of seven full- sized adventures and I must admit a couple of them are favorites of mine. Some small adjustments have been made to allow the seven module to be run consecutively. Imagine having a first- level character and being able to run a campaign that sees them traverse a variety of iconic story lines. It’s enough to make a nerd cry with joy (or at least this one might).

    Part one first adventure, The Sunless Citadel, fledgling adventurers make their way through a decrepit fortress in order to root out the evil that now resides there. Originally created for Third Edition D&D, this is a great way to introduce new players to the game.

    Successful completion will enable players to move their party into “The Forge of Fury,” which takes our hero’s deep underground in search of Dwarven treasure long- lost in the abandoned cavernous stronghold. This quest will expose characters to a multitude of denizens that dwell under the earth. the skills and wariness they develop here will serve them well in the future.There is a reason this game is called Dungeon’s & Dragons.

    Next part is, “The Hidden shrine of Tamoachan,” a mid- level adventure that gives players a chance to hone their dungeoneering skills. Once known as a. First Edition AD&D module, this story is heavy on the incan and Aztec mythos and culture. Centered in a ruin, it gives off a heavy Raiders of the Lost Ark Vibe.

    Provided they survive the ruins, the party will be subjected to ” White Plume Mountain” and all of its cryptic goings on. Not for the week of wit, this plot is full of twists and drama. Many are the adventurers who succumbed to the traps and trials of this particular module, myself included. Creatires from beyond the Prime Material Plane will compromise a good portion of theirs opponents.


    This book is very informative and gives small adventures that can be slotted into larger campaigns, or give inspiration for small adventures, or played as a campaign all of it’s own. Like all of the 5e book I have read, I loved this one and will continue to read as many of them as I can, and hopefully invest in previous edition to see how they work too.
    – Chris Jackson

    A Wonderful book detailing some of the greatest adventures from the history of D&D, including on of my faves– Against the Giants. Great Source for the new 5e an a great starter point for new and old DM’s.
    – Kurt vosper


    Book’s Name : Tales From The Yawning Portal Pdf
    Author : D&D Teams
    Original language : English
    Size Of PDF : 89.99 MB
    Number of Pages : 256 Pages



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