Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Mini Review - A Dungeon Dash: Wraithwood Cavern

I'm throwing this one out there for Christian, as its a short and FREE side adventure for 4e.  Having read thru most (not all) of the 4e rules when they came out, and having picked up the Essentials Core Books upon release (cause it was damn cheap on Amazon, and you never know where your next game group may gravitate) I still can't tell how well this will play out.

I just have a hard time visualizing all the 4e tactical combat... hell, 3.5e had way to much for me.  In any case, I figure some of you 4e DM's mind find a use for this.  OOOOoooo, and they include adventure hooks for the lazy DM ;)

From the blurb:

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.


  1. Awesome! I tell ya, man, I'm not even sure what I'm doing with my 4e game. It's not really my scene, but I'm playing the hell out of it while it's my job to do so.

    Thanks for the tip!

  2. My pleasure lad. You've been mailing and posting tips for me for years ;)

  3. Thanks for sharing Wraithwood Cavern, I hope you guys have fun with it. The Dungeon Dash series is a labor of Roleplaying love, so look for more in the near future.

    I'll also be doing some work for the free bi-monthly 4e web magazine Combat Advantage from Emerald Press. Great stuff in there to supplement your games as well, you should check it out.


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