Hey everyone! I’m working on a variety of things I can’t announce quite yet, but in the meantime I wanted to share one bit of fun news. The two ‘official’ Dungeons & Dragons adventures I wrote for dragonmag.com are now available on DMsGuild with additional artwork and corrections!

The Barber of Silverymoon (levels 4-6) – People have been disappearing at night in the city of Silverymoon. Some vanish entirely, leaving behind whispered rumors of fiends or other evil creatures having spirited them away. Others return strangely altered, with their memories of having been kidnapped wiped clean and their minds strangely dulled…and always with AMAZING HAIRCUTS. Can your adventurers discover the secret which threatens Silverymoon? Will they put their lives, their souls… their very HAIR on the line to save the town?

“Barber of Silverymoon” is a fun one-shot adventure I wrote for the release of “Volo’s Guide to Monsters.” It features some cool magic items (sort of…), traps and tricks, and a diabolical barbershop that makes Sweeney Todd look like Nadine Labaki in “Caramel”.

Six Faces of Death (levels 11-13) – An alien being, dark omens, and vanishing ships send the adventurers to a mysterious island newly appeared in the Sea of Swords. But can the characters uncover the mysteries of “Changing Island” in time to save Faerûn from the weird and terrifying invasion of the… SIX FACES OF DEATH?

“Six Faces of Death” is a two- or three-night dark-fantasy adventure created for the release of “Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes”. You can run it as either comedic and roleplay-oriented, or as pretty deadly. After I wrote it I realized I’d written an OSR-style adventure for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition…. which I’m happy about. If you’re a player who likes being dropped in a strange environment and figuring out what’s going on, or a DM who lives describing gross and surreal things, this is for you.

Best of all, both these adventures are FREE downloads! So there’s no reason not to create a DMsGuild account (if you don’t have one already) and go get them! Check them out! Many thanks to Scott Fitzgerald Gray for editing and polishing the text and for Bart Carroll for commissioning them and making them possible.