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    Pixie in the Playground
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    May 2019

    Default Partially completed one-shot dungeon

    I only started playing D&D a few months go, and so far I've completed a couple of short campaigns with a couple different DMs. Since I have a few ideas of my own, I decided to give it a shot myself by writing a one-shot dungeon for the group I usually play in to go through. It's not actually finished yet, but I want to know what I'm doing right or wrong so far with some (hopefully) helpful advice from more experienced DMs. Here's what I have so far:
    So, how is it?

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    Halfling in the Playground

    Join Date
    Nov 2017

    Thumbs up Re: Partially completed one-shot dungeon

    I like it! You're off to a good start. Suggestions:

    If you plan to share this with other people, you probably shouldn't call the PCs murder hobos in the first sentence.

    The player action notes are a great idea. I'd recommend including the less-loved skills. For example, figuring out the flesh pile should allow a Medicine check.

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