DUNGEON DELVE SPECIAL #2: LABYRINTH OF THE DEWELLER
Wise seers and sages believe the Caverns of Azek-Vhool hold a great and powerful treasure. They say that the Gate of the Gods — created at the dawn of time and hidden from the eyes of mortals for eons — lies within its deepest pit. Finding it is no simple matter, as hordes of giants, ogres, and worse dwell within these benighted caves. The labyrinth only gives up its dark secrets and fabulous treasures to those bold and lucky enough to survive its terrors.
DDS2 Labyrinth of the Dweller is a 32-page module with a world-generic setting for characters levels 6 to 8. In this adventure, the player characters investigate the Caverns of Azek-Vhool in search of a long-forgotten treasure. Unfortunately, this cave system is also home to a clan of hill giants and their troglodyte allies. These monsters revere the demon they call the Dweller of the Pit, who lives in a labyrinth below the upper caves. This maze is home to hordes of terrible demons and more. Tenacious adventurers that survive these horrors might be able to locate the fable Gate of the Gods.
The module contains seventeen original black-and-white illustrations by Yuri Perkowski, Matthew Ray, Frank Scacalossi, and Del Teigeler. Frank Scacalossi created the front cover art featuring adventurers battling the horrible loathly worm. Del Teigeler drew the color artwork on the module’s rear.
A 32-page saddle-stitched booklet printed in black-and-white.
A removable, two-panel cardstock cover printed in color.
Two detailed level maps in classic dungeon blue printed on the inside of the cover.
50 numbered encounter areas and adventure background for the DM.
Six pre-generated characters.
Five new magic items.
Nine new monsters: six demons (gulrahz, ronwe, skulhd, ublalux, vechtke, and yg’nalath), loathly worm, mogruan, and giant juju zombie.
Frank Scacalossi cover art shows a raging battle in the cave of the loathly wurm .
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Troglodyte battle by Frank Scacalossi.
The mist demon by Frank Scacalossi.
Ettin drinking by Yuri Perkowski.