SNOWY OUTPOST & DUNGEON

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SNOW OUTPOST DUNGEON CAMP D&D PATHFINDER BATTLEMAP

For a long time I’ve had this idea of putting together a Heavy Metal inspired Nordic campaign for my home game. The notes scribbled down a long time ago, hiding between piles of notebooks filled with random ideas. When I recently reached a set amount of subscribers on my Patreon, and the attached goal of putting together a small campaign booklet, I decided to go back to that idea and finally put it to paper.

After visiting the town of Slumberhaven, the players will find themselves on a quest headed for a snowy outpost and the dungeon hiding underneath. Like most of the battlemaps I create, I wanted to make sure the players would have multiple approaches to securing the outpost. They can take the direct approach, or try and sneak into the camp unseen by crawling underneath the main building in the North of the camp. They could also just circumvent the entire camp by following the river into a cave that leads directly to the dungeon underneath. If things go awry during combat in the camp they also have the opportunity to just drop down the water well, dropping into the dungeon below.

Like I’ve mentioned before I am putting this entire campaign module to paper and as soon as it is finished I am thinking of uploading it to some place like drivethrurpg or the dmguild for PWYW/free, if people are interested.

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