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Winter's Daughter

The tomb of an ancient hero, lost in the tangled depths of the woods. A ring of standing stones, warded by the sinister Drune cult. A fairy princess who watches with timeless patience from beyond the veil of the mortal. A forgotten treasure that holds the key to her heart.

Winter's Daughter is a romantic fairy-tale dungeon adventure set in the creepy old forest of Dolmenwood.

Published by Necrotic Gnome

Written By
Gavin Norman
Published By
Indie Dev.
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Levels 1–3
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Narthor has played this adventure and would recommend it.

I love that it feels like classic fairy tale fantasy instead of D&D. My favorite adventure of all time.

Hikky has played this adventure and would recommend it.

Ran it as a one shot. I should have given players multiple "lives". Layout is good and encounters are fun

HandofVecna has played this adventure and would recommend it.

I ran this adventure to a single player, it took two sessions and it was very fun. I didn't even read the adventure before running it really... Which shows how well it's organized and all. Fun fairy-tales inspired dungeon.