D&D Encounters: The Elder Elemental Eye

Join us on Wednesday nights for D&D Encounter nights, where we'll be working our way through mini-campaigns one encounter at a time!

The time-investment is easy - just a couple hours each Wednesday night!

Brookhurst Hobbies will supply all the materials you need - just bring a handful of dice, and be ready to throw down!

Encounters Season 8 is The Elder Elemental Eye; as the village of Eastling weathers an outbreak of the abyssal plague, brave adventurers track down the mad villains responsible for spreading it. The investigation leads to an underground temple of Ghaunadaur, the god of oozes and slimes. When the heroes descend into the temple's nightmarish depths, they quickly learn there's more going on than meets the eye.

For this D&D Encounters season, players create 1st-level characters using the Heroes of the Fallen Lands and Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms rulebooks, as well as select options from Heroes of the Elemental Chaos (see below). In addition, players can use rules presented in Dragon magazine in support of those products.

A player may choose from any of the races presented in Heroes of the Fallen Lands and Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms (dragonborn, drow, dwarf, eladrin, elf, half-elf, halfling, half-orc, human, and tiefling). In light of this season's strong elemental theme, a player may also select genasi as a race (as presented in the Forgotten Realms Player's Guide).

In addition to the classes presented in Heroes of the Fallen Lands and Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms, a player may choose to play as an elementalist or a sha'ir from Player's Option: Heroes of the Elemental Chaos.

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  • david s.

    Fantastic Season! DM's are really doing a great job!

    April 18, 2012

  • John

    @Aaron - thanks for your help Aaron! I know it may not seem like it was necessary for you to help out, but you absolutely relieved some pressure when we needed it! Keep the module - you can try running it for a home group :)

    1 · April 17, 2012

  • Jake

    This made me laugh even harder. http://blogs.ocweekly.com/stickaforkinit/2012/04/alcohol_problem_solving.php
    Drinking makes you a better problem-solver. So tie one on before D&D? Play while buzzed? :P

    April 16, 2012

  • aaron h.

    Due to lack of players at my table the past couple of weeks as well as some personal reasons, I'm retiring from being DM. I had fun but I'm a player at heart and not a storyteller. Maybe after running a few of my own games I'll try again another season. Until then, I will return the DM items to their owners. Sorry John. It was fun while it lasted.

    April 15, 2012

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