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D&D Encounters: War of Everlasting Darkness

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 11 is War of Everlasting Darkness.

Darkness spreads across Faerun. Under this pall of shadown, the drow fight with impunity, protected from the harsh daylight. With every passing month, they conquer more territory and further Lolth's ultimate goal of becoming Goddess of Magic.

Character Creation

For this season of D&D Encounters, players can create characters using materials from Heroes of the Fallen Lands and Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms rulebooks, as well as Player's Option: Heroes of Shadow, Player's Option: Heroes of the Feywild, Player's Option: Heroes of the Elemental Chaos, and Into the Unknown: The Dungeon Survival Handbook. A player who joins mid-season can create a character of an appropriate level based on the current adventure.


At the end of each session, each character who participated in that session gains a level. Players record the level advancement on their D&D Encounters Play Trackers.

Inherent Bonuses: Because this adventure doesn't give out as much treasure as characters would normally gain as they advance from 1st to 8th level, characters gain flat bonuses as they advance in level, using the system described in Dungeon Master's Guide 2. Characters gain a +1 bonus to attack rolls and damage rolls at 2nd level, and again at 7th level. They also gain a +1 bonus to AC, Fortitude, Reflex, and Will at 4th level. If players are using the D&D Character Builder, they can check the "Inherent Bonuses" box on the "Manage Your Character" screen, and those bonuses will be added automatically.

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