We started a Dungeons & Dragons campaign with my three oldest kids in June (we have an Obsidian Portal page for the campaign, but it’s in Finnish…) and for the first couple of times we did not use any minis, but then I found some of my old fantasy minis stored in boxes with miniature bitz. I had some old Lord of the Rings and Warhammer Fantasy Battle minis and a few collectible D&D miniatures, but not that many figures for the heroes. First we browsed through the Reaper Miniatures‘ selection and found a couple miniatures that did the job, but then I remembered Hero Forge custom miniatures. I checked their website and it seemed to have a range of selection with all the needed options.
Here’s the first actual adventure map we played through with my kids in our D&D5e summer campaign (although, I have feeling that this campaign will be much longer than the notoriously short Finnish summer).
The adventurers went to investigate strange thundering noises and lights coming from a narrow pass in the nearby mountains. What they found was a mostly abandoned goblin lair and strange eerie noises coming from the caverns ob the side of the mountain.
As the three brave heroes (Nadar the Dragonborn Cleric, Damai the Tiefling Ranger and Reyny the Half-elf Rogue) exlored the cavers, they found out that one of the caves lead deep into old ruins inside the mountain.
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Because of my limited spare time I don’t usually do maps per order, but occasionally I have a few hours to spare for commission work. Here’s a regional map I did a while back for The Temple of Shattered Minds by James J. Haeck. It is a Dungeons &Dragons 5th edition adventure for 5th level characters.