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Shadows on the Long Road

Travellers are going missing on the Long Road, on the 100 mile stretch between Triboar and Longsaddle. Our heroes investigate and discover a haunted mansion with a dark history and a gruesome secret. Their quest brings them to the very gates of hell itself, where an infernal abomination presents them with their greatest challenge yet...

Inspired by a Clark Ashton Smith story.

Written By
M. T. Black
Published By
DMs Guild
Publication Year
Battle Mats?
Includes Characters?
Levels 3–4
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sgtsparty has played this adventure and would recommend it.

My party had fun with this adventure. They found it very creepy and entertaining and ultimately ended up claiming the mysterious manor for themselves in the aftermath. The map is solid, however I wish there was a larger map with the approach area and the grounds, though it's pretty easy to add blank grass/march to the existing map in any online TTRPG system. The structure of the adventure gives a lot of leeway for the party to engage in out of the box thinking and get up to hijinks over night in the mansion and do some fun planning which I thought was great but may catch a newer DM flatfooted if playing with creative players.