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Doom of Daggerdale
Basic Information
Author(s) Wolfgang Baur
Publisher TSR, Inc.
Type Adventure
Realm year(s) 1367 DR[2][3][note 1]
Binding Paperback
Released September 1993[1]
Pages 32
ISBN 10 1-5607-6654-9
ISBN 13 978-1560766544
Series
Series FRQ series
Preceded by Hordes of Dragonspear
Followed by none

Source: Amazon.com product listing

Doom of Daggerdale is a Forgotten Realms adventure published in 1993 by TSR, Inc. It is designed for four to six characters of levels 1–3.

Randal Morn certainly has his hands full! The temple of Lathander, which burned to the ground eight years ago, seems to be the source of a curse affecting the entire town. People are taking ill, animals are dying overnight, crops are failing. All this seems to have started after Eragyn, priestess of Cyric, disappeared from Daggerdale. Shortly before that, a forgotten mage-lord's crypt was discovered and opened; things just haven't been the same since.

Constable Tren is displeased with the situation, what with suspicion being cast in the Zhentarim's direction as well as toward Cyric's priesthood. He's undoubtedly making the Dalesfolk's lives more difficult than usual because of this upheaval. Randal has sent out the call for aid to all who are interested and able to help; his freedom riders have their hands full already.

A missing evil priestess, a mage-lord's crypt-curse, a plague, and possible Zhentarim involvement: all the elements of a rousing adventure in one place! Where do your characters sign up? Step right this way, won't you?

This is the first module created for use with the revised Forgotten Realms® Campaign Setting. However, it is not necessary to have that edition in order to play this adventure.


AppendixEdit

NotesEdit

  1. The date for the burning of Lathander's Light (8 years ago) matches The Dalelands (sourcebook) thereby placing them in the same year.

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Shannon Appelcline. FRQ3 Doom of Daggerdale (2e). D&D Classics. Retrieved on 2013-11-16.
  2. Wolfgang Baur (October 1993). Doom of Daggerdale, p. 9. TSR, Inc.ISBN 978-1560766544.
  3. Richard Baker (1993). The Dalelands, p. 21. TSR, IncISBN 978-1560766674.

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