The Master of Fire, perfectly embodying their flames, is happy to face any challengers. But can the party take the heat?
Meditating in the bamboo glade is Kawaryu, the Master of Water. He awaits any challengers who would face him and his three fighting forms.
Dry lips. Red, burning skin. Eyes straining against the waves of blinding heat. The desert drains the strength of those courageous or foolish enough to cross it. Even without the monsters they had faced, the adventurers would still be struggling for survival. The sands stretch on before them, dunes forming the horizon. How much further
The sands burn like fire, whipped up by swirling winds. Each day, the dunes shift and change into what could be mistaken for a new landscape. This place, these deserts, seem to possess a hunger for those that brave their blistering fields. One must survive both the heat of the sun and the dangers that
Ten (more) winter encounters with which to challenge your players. The snow and cold offer a harsh opponent, so make the most of them!
Snowy tundras stretch on in blanketing white. Mountains and valleys are masked by snow and ice, burying what once was. All manner of secrets might lie below the frost. But for the party to discover them, they must first survive the dangers in the cold. The third in our series of d20 Encounter Charts, we