Eldritch Lairs for 5th Edition

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Confront Evil in Its Den!

To seasoned adventurers, the doom-laden chanting of priests and the cackling of evil wizards means only one thing: deadly peril, and the chance for treasure! (Okay, that’s two things.)

Eldritch Lairs brings you eight complete 5th Edition compatible adventures for 4th‑ to 8th-level player characters, set in magic‑blasted wastes, dungeons, and deserts. Venture into the dark depths of the earth, through the twisted alleys of a town stricken with a supernatural plague, and beyond, to brave the dangers of

  • A trap-laden lair that requires stealth and clever tactics to survive!
  • A labyrinthine mausoleum, where wormhearted invaders sow chaos and madness among the dead!
  • The schemes of a demon cult of thieves and unscrupulous wizards!
  • An unstable magical artifact built in a ruined ley line conduit!
  • A flying palace seized by an army of gnoll bandits!
  • And much more!

Eldritch Lairs offers ready-to-go adventures full of magic and horror for your game, and player-friendly maps are also available for your VTT.

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1 review for Eldritch Lairs for 5th Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    I purchased this from my FLGS and really like the adventures so far. The first two fit well together and even the story is easy enough to adjust to my campaign. I’d have given this a 5 star (or 4.5) except for one small annoyance.

    The map of the first adventure has neither a compass to point “north” nor a legend to explain what some areas are. For example, Wo and Wi are used but do not appear in the text nor in a legend. That combined with the lack of a compass means that when reading the description you have to work out which way is north and what those markings mean. If they had used a generic “trap” marker or a “T” it would have made more sense. They do have text saying “to the north of this area is X” but it could have easily been made crystal clear with a compass.

    Aside- Kobolds, it would be really nice to be able to buy physical copies of books *and* their PDFs any my local game store.

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