Eberron Exploring Khorvaire

Dungeons & Dragons 5e on Discord, Fantasy Grounds

Dungeons & Dragons 5e


Fantasy Grounds

About the adventure

This is a game of intrigue set in the wide magic (magic is prevalent, but not overly powerful) world of Eberron. Dragonmarked houses, governments, cults, and more try and control the city of Sharn and the continent of Khorvaire. Which of the many sides will you pick? In Sharn one misstep leads to a long fall. Swashbuckling, Intrigue, and Noir When the Eberron Campaign Setting was first published in 2004 for third edition D&D, it highlighted one trait of the setting above all others: its tone. Consider the many settings published throughout D&D’s history. The Forgotten Realms have a tone of epic, almost superheroic fantasy. Dark Sun is post-apocalyptic. Planescape has an air of whimsical-yet-edgy science fantasy. Eberron is pulpy, modern, and cinematic. Some fans of the setting have described it as “dungeonpunk,” just like Blade Runner is cyberpunk or Katsuhiro Omoto’s Steamboy is steampunk. It is a society built on the principles of Dungeons and Dragon’s common-yet-miraculous magical powers… with all of the blessings and catastrophes that come with it. Games in Eberron can take place in the dark, rainy alleys of cities choked by skyscrapers, like in The Maltese Falcon. They may reach to far-off foreign lands and focus on the stories of war refugees from the Last War, such as in Casablanca. If it wasn’t clear, Eberron draws heavily upon film and cinematic action. Whether it’s pulp like Raiders of the Lost Ark or The Mummy, swashbuckling drama like Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, or film noir like The Big Sleep, morally dubious cinematic action is the heart of Eberron’s appeal.

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Robert Adducci


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Brings Every D&D Book on D&D Beyond & Fantasy Grounds, hundreds of digital tokens and maps, full Syrinscape audio suite to the table

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How to prepare

Read some Eberron content if you like.

What I provide

All the D&D 5e books and thousands of digital maps and tokens.

Gameplay details

This game will feature lots of intrigue, both back alley deals and courtly backstabbing. Sharn is a dangerous place and the sky coaches and high bridges in the sky and the lower levels of Sharn all offer their own dangers. Being D&D there's no doubt going to be some doors kicked in as well!

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Safety tools used


How will character creation work

We'll create characters via Fantasy Grounds or D&D Beyond to import them.

Players can expect

  • Combat/Tactics: Medium
  • Roleplay: High
  • Puzzles: Medium
  • Experience Level: Beginner

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Eberron Exploring Khorvaire

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  • Duration: 4 to 4 hours
  • Number of players: 2 to 6 players
  • Experience required: Beginner
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