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Pudding Faire


You awaken on the morning of the Pudding Faire: just as you did yesterday… and the day before that… and the day before that! To escape the loop, you must break a curse that strikes to the heart of halfling and gnome lore.

Pudding Faire is a 3-4 hour Dungeons & Dragons module for character levels 1-4. It is part of a series of adventures that expands upon the material presented in Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes™. It can be played on its own or as a part of any D&D campaign.

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Pudding Faire is legal for play in the D&D Adventurers League and has the following code: DDHC-MORD-04

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verloren_ has played this adventure and would recommend it.

Although the cover says it's a 4 hour adventure, it took me and my party much longer than 4 hours to run this: 6 months of 2-3 hours of game-play every other week. Somewhere north of 33 hours. I've seen others comment the same on the source webpage too. The time loop surprise is fun to play with, so don't ruin it for your players by telling them about it beforehand!

It's fun and has a lot of silly potential, which my group loved. I do recommend it, but only knowing that it could be a long long adventure depending on your players.