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Download a Free D&D 5e Quest From Limitless Adventures

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons, Limitless-Adventures.com with tags , , , , on July 2, 2016 by boccobsblog

July is here and Limitless-Adventures has been live for three months! We are still amazed by the responses, the positive feedback, and the support from the community. We’re celebrating by giving away a free quest!

 

Limitless Exclusive

Nyx’s Wild Hunt – In this free adventure the party runs afoul of cultists sworn to a succubus goddess who gains power by stealing the shadows of her victims. You can download this side quest for free!

 

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Visit limitless-adventures.com for free D&D quests and D&D quest ideas!

 

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Ravenloft Encounters

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons, Limitless-Adventures.com, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 19, 2016 by boccobsblog

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We’ve launched our first DM’s Guild product, Ravenloft Encounters, a collection of D&D random encounters set in Barovia. The pack includes:

  • 10 random encounters set in Barovia , and compatible with Curse of Strahd
  •  30 hooks for further adventure
  • A new magic item, the Deva’s Feather
  • Full stat blocks for monsters and NPCs
  • Detailed treasure for each encounter
  • Both full color and printer-friendly PDF versions

Several night’s worth of D&D 5e adventures set in Ravenloft for just three dollars. For setting neutral D&D quest ideas and 5e encounters, be sure to check our our store at Limitless-Adventures.com

 

New D&D Side Quest From Limitless-Adventures

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Limitless-Adventures.com with tags , , , on June 15, 2016 by boccobsblog

Our newest D&D side quest, Fane of Madness is available on Limitless-Adventures.com. This short D&D quest can be placed in any city or urban area with little or no prep and is intended for four characters of fifth level.

At a glance:

  • immersive backstory
  • setting neutral
  • 3 encounters
  • 3 hooks for further adventures
  • a magical sword, “Mocker”
  • a detailed, hand-drawn map
  • only $.99

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Free D&D Quests from Limitless Adventures

Posted in D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons with tags , , , on May 1, 2016 by boccobsblog

I’m happy to report that Limitless Adventures has been live for one month! We could not be happier with the feedback and support that we our D&D quest ideas have received. With a new month comes new products, and a new freebie. Here is a breakdown of the May products and D&D quest ideas:

Limitless Encounters
Haunted Locales — ten encounters for a crypt, graveyard, or similarly haunted location, thirty Further Adventure™ D&D quest hooks, a variant NPC, and a new divine cantrip.

Limitless Locations
Founder’s Fen — a small village near a swamp, comprised of ten detailed locations, thirty Further Adventure™ D&D quest ideas, a new monster, a new deity, and a hand-drawn map.

Noble Estates — an upper-class neighborhood, comprised of ten detailed locations, thirty Further Adventure™ hooks, a new monster, an intelligent magical sword, and a hand-drawn map, and can be added to an existing city or combined with future Limitless Locations to create a unique city.

Limitless Side Quest
The Tomb of the Sorcerer Thane — a short D&D 5e adventure where 4-6 characters of fifth level track a missing child into a forgotten tomb. The Limitless Side Quest line features an entire night of gaming for less than a dollar, with three detailed encounters generic enough to be dropped seamlessly into any campaign with little to no preparation and a hand-drawn map.

May Freebie
Rules of the Joust — this variant rules supplement gives detailed guidelines for hosting a joust in your D&D campaign. This Limitless-Adventures exclusive can be downloaded free of charge.

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas for future products, do not hesitate to contact us at support@limitless-adventures.com, on our Facebook page, or via Twitter. If you enjoy our products, please help us spread the word by sharing our posts and Tweets and mentioning us to your friends.

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D&D Quest Ideas at Limitless-Adventures.com

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons, Uncategorized with tags , , , on April 1, 2016 by boccobsblog

Our D&D 5e content store, www.Limitless-Adventures.com just went live! We weren’t able to push all the products that we wanted, or debut all the bells and whistles of the website, but those will come with time. This entire process has been a learning curve.

What do we have to offer? Our Limitless Locations are ten random encounters for each of the ten environments used in 5e. How much do they cost? Each Limitless Location pack is $1.99. So you’ll get 10 encounters (generally seven combat, and three non combat), each of which comes with an OGL stat block, treasure (when appropriate), and three hooks for further adventures (30 total per pack). These D&D quest ideas work well to fill a random encounter table, fill the hexes of a sandbox, or just to keep handy in case your session goes somewhere unexpected or runs short.

We would love to have as many gamer test the site as possible and give us some feedback. Let us know what you think of the products and the website. Share your comments in the comments section below, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter.

Thank you! Please share our site with others if you like the great D&D quest ideas that you see.

Sword Coast Legends Announced

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, Video Games with tags , , , , on February 13, 2015 by boccobsblog

Wizards announced today the creation of a new video game, Sword Coast Legends. The game will use the 5e mechanics, and feature five player races and six classes. The game, set in Forgotten Realms, will also feature a DM mode where a player can create and run adventures for other players.

See the full article and screenshots here.

It looks amazing.

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3 Games of Chance for Your Fantasy RPG

Posted in D&D 3.5, D&D 4e Content, Pathfinder, Product Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 16, 2011 by boccobsblog

Gambling is a reoccuring theme in fantasy novels, games, and films. I guess since they have no TVs or Xboxs all Orcs have to do when they have down time from their pilaging is to throw dice and play cards. Today I wanted to show a few games that could be used in-game to add realism and depth to your campaign’s tavern experience.

For brevities sake I will not be going into rules or mechanics of each game, but I will provide links to their site so you can find more information.

Three Dragon Ante

This is supposed to be the premiere card game in the D&D multiverse. TDA works well as a stand-alone card game and is quick and easy enough to be worked into an adventure without taking up the whole night. TDA (and really all of the games mentioned today) give you a great oppurtunity to role play and let those charasmatic players shine. One thing that I really like about TDA is that it has a section in the rule book that lets you us character skills to affect the card game. This option really lets players feel like they didn’t waste those skill points and have a great deal of fun in the process. At the link provided above, you can get a free copy of the rulebook and TDA quest ideas.

Harrow

Not to be outdone by Wizards of the Coast, Paizo has created their own card game for the Pathfinder world. Harrow is a stand-alone card game that can be played in-game or out. One cool feature about Harrow, is that it is can also be used as a furture telling device as well. According to Paizo’s website, Harrow fetures the artwork of Kyle Hunter, whose comics have appeared in Dungeon Magazine. If you would like to learn more about Harrow, the rule book is available as a free download here

The Red Dragon Inn: Gambling? I’m In!

This is actually nine games inspired by Slug fest Game’s The Red Dragon Inn, and can be used interchangably. I had a chance to demo this game (not all nine, but the main game and two others) at last year’s Gen Con and they were all easy to learn and enjoyable. The game includes a 90-card deck and rules for all nine games that can be played as a stand-alone or in-character in any fantasy RPG.