Week after week, talented creators release killer 3rd party material on the DMs Guild, only to have it immediately buried and forgotten. In this long-running blog series, I highlight some of the best free and pay-what-you-want releases on the Guild. You can find previous posts in this series HERE.
Into the Wonderland from William Rotor
Absolutely epic 240-page Feywild campaign, up there with the best products ever released on the DMs Guild. The first 100 pages or so constitute a detailed Feywild sourcebook, with lots of player options. The campaign itself is broken into digestible quests, making it easier to run than most mammoth adventures. I love everything about this one, from the layout, to the art, to the dark vibe. Grab it immediately.
Session Notes Template from Intrepid Adventuring
This is just what it sounds like, some nice templates to help you keep track of your campaign. Includes spots for NPCs, locations, events, etc.
Ships at Sea Map Pack from Emiliano Noriega-Petti
The day will one day come when I will not hoard D&D battlemaps, but that day is not today.
Haunted Chapel from Peter Kuna
The plot isn't exactly groundbreaking, but this straightforward one-shot adventure benefits from clear writing and truly exceptional maps.
Charon's Drowned Shrine from Rhodarin Press
Any DMs out there with groups still slogging through hell will want to check out this sidequest for the Avernus adventure. Quality layout, new items and monsters, undead character options.