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Dungeons & Dragons 5e
Level One adventure
4-5 players, no experience necessary
"Now is the time of the Blood Red Moon" - so began the tribal litany that has been repeated every cycle since the Great Spirit Bear was bound and the mountains settled. The crimson rebirth of the Moon goddess signaled the awakening of new warriors in the tribe, ready to test their worth and prove their place alongside the warleader.
Cast out into the wilderness, these brave young spirits must battle the elements, the wild, the roving trollkin and their own fears before they can truly be called warriors.
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