Dungeon in a Box: Queen of the Rotting Jungle + General Update

I must once again apologize for my lack of posts lately. I’ve just been really struggling to find the spoons to blog these days, especially given all else that I’ve got going on. I would like to return to a regular posting schedule at some point, but I’m not sure when that will be.

However, it did occur to me that enough time has passed that I can now share some pics of my contributor’s copy of my first Dungeon in a Box adventure, Queen of the Rotting Jungle. (Click for full size — my apologies for the low quality mobile shots.)

An adventure box from Dungeon in a BoxA Fifth Edition compatible adventure for third level characters, Queen of the Rotting Jungle continues year three’s Voyage of Fallen Star storyline. In this adventure, the party tracks the latest shard of the Fallen Star to the exotic jungle island of Mahna Kio, only to find it overrun by foul plant growth.

To find the shard, the party must form an alliance with the Oahtu, a local race of tiny yet intelligent insects, shrink themselves down to the diminutive scale of the Oahtu, and brave the dangers of the jungle at insect scale.

Like all DiaB adventure boxes, Queen of the Rotting Jungle includes custom 3D minis, 2D Skinny Minis, maps, legacy cards, 3D terrain, and more.

If you subscribe, you will also get access to a libray of Wondrous One Shots separate from the main storyline, including another adventure by yours truly, Treasures of the Savage Lord.

There’s more on the way, too. The Voyage of the Fallen Star storyline includes a full year of monthly adventures, and another written by me should be launching soon. I’m also currently in the process of writing a second Wondrous One Shot.

Meanwhile, outside of the realm of Dungeon in a Box but still in the world of Fifth Edition, there should be another big release involving my work sometime in the next couple of weeks. And don’t forget to check out my Arrow Knight bundle for paladins on Dungeon Masters Guild.

Wyrd Street: The City of Morhold

I’ve been continuing to slowly make progress on Wyrd Street, my indie RPG. Today, courtesy of Inkarnate, I bring you a new teaser: A map of Morhold, the city where most of the game takes place.

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A map of Morhold, the main city from Wyrd Street, created with Inkarnate. Me starting this: Why didn’t I do this sooner?

Me four hours later: Oh, right.