This is an excellent side trek that can be dropped into almost any session in the countryside. There are several 1 to 2 session length adventures that can add a spooky side trek into your current campaign. A level 4 vignette encounter that has surprising legs, despite its short length (and for only $1!). A creepy horror adventure for level 4 – 6 PCs where the adventurers explore a manor house at the edge of town. Originally written for D&D 4th edition, this Dawn of the Dead hommage takes place in a ruined temple where the PCs must hold out until dawn while wave after wave of under attempt to break in and devours the poor souls. Some projectors have a single pattern like twinkle lights or snowflakes, while others have up to 20. Many of those extra patterns go well beyond Christmas. While I have not (yet) read through this adventure, it’s a PWYW so you can try before you buy.
Also originally a 4th edition adventure, this side trek explore what happens when a sliver the Ghoul King’s power leaks into a small village. For levels 1 to 3 (perhaps leaning toward the higher side of that range). This was also a lot of fun to run when my group played 4e. This has not been converted to 5e, but a quick conversion using ghouls right out of the Monster Manual would likely create an adventure for about levels 4 to 6 (give or take). Quick and intense flashes of white light are the perfect way to simulate lightning strikes, which are synonymous with haunted houses and spooky graveyard scenes. Remember when just having a cool graveyard. This free adventure from Wizards of the Coast is the opening volley for the Curse of Strahd adventure path. So, what if you are not running Curse of Strahd? One inspired by Disney’s Haunted Mansion comes complete with narration from our favorite “Ghost Host.” All your favorites are here, including those hitchhiking ghosts. And each one is amazing.
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Over the years, Ms Flynn believes her display has attracted hundreds. A great way to incorporate this theme is to display mermaid. Some are even theme park level. Similar in spirit to Lord of White Field, this level 2 adventure written for 5th Edition Basic D&D, also has ghoulish entanglements. For PC levels 3 to 5 and 5th Edition compatible. For levels 4 to 6, window projector the PCs uncover clues to the lives of the former occupants as they explore this creepy mansion. For level 7 PCs. A free Halloween themed 1st level side trek from D&D Beyond. A free 2-encounter side trek from Kobold Press. A side trek to 1st – 3rd level PCs. PCs solve the mystery before the realm is overrun by ghouls. Conversion for level 3 PCs. An 5th Edition adventure conversion guide (written by yours truly) costs less than 2 bucks! Noted in the comments by one of my readers, Night of the Walking Dead is a classic zombie horde adventure written originally for AD&D 2nd Edition. This adventure would be fairly easily translated to 5th Edition with a straight conversion using the D&D 5th Edition Monster Manual and still have the roughly the same encounter balance.