The Tomb of Haggemoth

eBook (PDF), 87 Pages
(4 Ratings)
Price: $6.55
An adventure for Dungeons & Dragons version 3.5 published under the d20 Open Game License. Your party of adventurers takes to the high seas on a quest to learn the fate of a legendary wizard. From frozen tundras to vast deserts to uncharted jungle islands, follow the trail of Haggemoth! Designed to take a party of 4-6 adventurers from 3rd through 8th level. From the publishers of Dire Destiny. Cover and interior illustrations by Mikolaj Ostapiuk. Follow the podcast of this adventure at!
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  • By Jonathan Stark
    Aug 29, 2018
    What a fantastic adventure! This mixes Goonies and Indiana Jones with Dungeons and Dragons. A little dated now because it was 3.5 edition, but the ideas and dungeons and general story are well worth the read, for use in either a straight conversion to DnD 5e (not too difficult to do!) or for fodder for your own campaign ideas. My group played this for over a year, start to finish, and I blogged every session, so if you want an idea of just how great this is, you can read more here: Highlights of Tomb of Haggemoth include the detailed town of Ottoman's Dock, the many great puzzles, the open ended approach to where to go next, and (most impressively) just how different each playthrough will be depending on what the players do. Very impressive writing, top notch adventure.
  • By Newton Philis
    Feb 9, 2011
    "Tomb of Haggemoth" I have the .pdf copy of this D&D adventure, and I am currently DM'ing it (so this is a play-test review). It is for a party of 4-6 PCs taking them from 3rd-7th level. Pros: A very good adventure with a unique plot. It is generic enough to fit into any campaign world. As the adventure states, 'getting there is half the fun', it has lots of very unique locations (like a platform-filled dungeon). It has a 50-50% mix of dungeon locations and outdoor encounter areas, including a small pirate town. With so many varied locations, almost every character class will shine - and almost every skill could be used with tangible game benefits. We are currently playing the game and all the encounters seemed balanced. However, the adventure gives 'scaling' options to increase encounter difficulty (nice touch). The adventure also gives generous XP rewards for non-combat encounters and traps (and there are lots of them). There is also many opportunities for roleplaying.... More > Cons: The maps are functional, but are lacking by today's standards. Some minor errors with stat blocks. The plot has some 'investigation' elements, and the DM may need to re-read the adventure to ensure he/she knows how all the clues piece together. Overall: If you want to get away from the usual published adventure plots (you know - save the world from the evil cultists), then this adventure is for you. Unique locations and adventure plot make for some memorable gaming sessions. With the .pdf weighing-in at 87 pages, it is a real value for your $.< Less
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Robert Kendzie
November 3, 2011
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