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A Dungeon Dash: The Cult of Bane

A Dungeon Dash: The Cult of Bane


A Dungeon Dash: The Cult of Bane

a level 1 side adventure for 4th edition D&D characters

The "A Dungeon Dash" series of side adventures by Kurt Sparkuhl are FREE products designed to enhance your 4th edition D&D campaign. Each Dash takes only 10 minutes or less to read through, and usually clocks about 3-5 hours of play time. With some additional preparation, each Dungeon Dash can serve as the foundation for a larger highly detailed adventure.

Every Dungeon Dash includes:

- New custom monsters

- New traps/hazards/puzzles

- A detailed map and descriptions of every encounter

- Treasure and reward guidelines

- Example story hooks to blend the adventure into your campaign.

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January 1st, 2015
Someone has desecrated a lord's family tomb. Can the PCs stop the cultists before they raise an army of undead? A good side adventure. [...]
William W. [Featured Reviewer]
February 20th, 2012
A great little side trek adventure for 4e (but could be easily converted to anything else). The PCs are asked to investigate the desecration of a family tomb, and discover something very nasty going on. This short 6-page adventure would also be great [...]
Adrian S. [Featured Reviewer]
March 23rd, 2011
Whilst ostensibly designed with the D&D 4e party in mind, the concepts in each module are quite transferable, whether you’re playing D6 Fantasy, Rolemaster (or even Earthdawn) – it all depends on how much extra work the GM wants to put in. The [...]
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File Last Updated:
October 26, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on October 26, 2010.