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Dragon of Icespire Peak

An adventure included in the Essentials Kit (2019). The party starts in Phandalin, the starting town for the Starter Set (2014) adventure, Lost Mine of Phandlever. Various jobs are posted by Harbin Wester, townmaster, which the PCs can pursue. These jobs culminate in a raid on Icespire Hold, where Cryovain, a young adult white dragon, has recently claimed as its lair.

Forest , Mountain
Battle Mats?
Includes Characters?
Levels 1–6
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Boss Monsters and Villains
Common Monsters
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Gabocl has played this adventure and would recommend it.

Best official 5e adventure book for those who prefer something more Sandbox. Players can choose which quest they will do to advance in level, the quests are short and most can be finished in a single session. The missions are all connected to the main plot about a dragon that arrived in the region and started moving the food chain. All things considered, I totally recommend this adventure, I even suggest that DMs draw up dungeons and scenarios from here to put in their campaigns.

QuestLuminary has played this adventure and would recommend it.

I ran this adventure from beginning to end. I had a great time running the game and my players enjoyed the adventure as well. It provides a lot of player agency when deciding the next adventure to play. The individual adventures in this are short and easy to run spanning only a few pages.