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Ravenloft Encounters

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons, Limitless-Adventures.com, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 19, 2016 by boccobsblog

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We’ve launched our first DM’s Guild product, Ravenloft Encounters, a collection of D&D random encounters set in Barovia. The pack includes:

  • 10 random encounters set in Barovia , and compatible with Curse of Strahd
  •  30 hooks for further adventure
  • A new magic item, the Deva’s Feather
  • Full stat blocks for monsters and NPCs
  • Detailed treasure for each encounter
  • Both full color and printer-friendly PDF versions

Several night’s worth of D&D 5e adventures set in Ravenloft for just three dollars. For setting neutral D&D quest ideas and 5e encounters, be sure to check our our store at Limitless-Adventures.com

 

Castle Ravenloft

Posted in Gaming News, Product Review with tags , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2010 by boccobsblog

picture via Wizards.com

On August 31st, Wizards will uncover the first in a new line of D&D board games, Castle Ravenloft. The game is based on the famous 1983 AD&D adventure module I6: Ravenloft, by Tracy and Laura Hickman. The game uses newly modified dungeon tiles that connect together like large puzzle pieces to keep the board from moving around. This tile based system allows the game board to be different for each adventure.

There are 5 heroes (cleric, wizard, rogue, ranger, fighter), and several monster to include two large miniatures (a flesh golem and a zombie dragon), and one huge miniature (a dracolich). The miniatures are unpainted (though they are cast in different colors of plastics based on power level), and are in the standard D&D scale. All of the miniatures (with the exception of the dragonborn fighter) are recasts of D&D minis.

The game contains the following pieces:

40 miniatures                     Rules book

Dungeon tiles                    Adventure book

4 card decks (treasure, hero powers, monsters, encounters)

1    20-sided die

The game will retail for $64.95 and be playable for 1-5 players.

If you’d like more information on the game you can follow this link and watch Mike Mearls open a copy of the game and show you what you’ll get for your money.

Not convinced yet? Well then follow this link and download a free copy of the rule book.

Also, if you do buy the game, Wizards has placed two additional adventures on their website for download (here).

-Andy