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Forgotten Tradition is an adventure module set in the Forgotten Realms using the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition ruleset. It is part of the Storm King's Thunder series of adventures published for the D&D Adventurers League. It focuses on Hotun-Shûl, and is an adventure designed for three to seven 5th- to 10th-level characters.

The origin of runes has long been lost to the majority of sages and wizards, save those with giant blood. However, with the shattering of the Ordning, the magic of runes has once again emerged into the Realms. Adventurers must delve into a ruined complex beneath the Spine of the World, suspected by SEER to be the birthplace of that arcane tradition.[1]

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Characters
IllsenstaadKryshilirSEER
Referenced only
RyndölgObadai
Creatures
Air elementalDriderDrowEarth elementalFire elementalFrost giantGhostGrimlockHelmed horrorHill giantHumanIce Spire ogreOrogPiercerRemorhazRoperStone giantStone golemWater elemental
Locations
Buildings & Structures
Hotun-Shûl
Mounstains
Ice Spire Mountains
Realms
Hartsvale
Region
Northwest Faerûn
Settlements
Stagwick
Referenced only
BeregostParnastSword CoastYsgard
Magic
Potions
Potion of fire giant strengthPotion of superior healing
Spells
Antilife shellArmor of AgathysBanishmentBooming bladeCrown of madnessCure woundsDancing lightsDarknessDetect magicDispel magicDivinationEldritch blastEnlarge or reduce personFaerie fireFearFireballGlyph of wardingGreater invisibilityGreater restorationHexIdentifyLesser restorationLevitateMage handMirror imagePrayer of healingRaise deadRemove curseRevivifySpeak with deadTrue resurrection
Misc
Brown moldOpal of the ild runeOrdning
Organizations
Player Factions
Emerald EnclaveHarpersLords' AllianceOrder of the GauntletZhentarim
Religion
Referenced only
Annam All-FatherOthea

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Travis Woodall (2017). Forgotten Tradition (DDAL5-11) (PDF). Edited by Claire Hoffman, Travis Woodall. D&D Adventurers League: Storm King's Thunder (Wizards of the Coast), p. 1.

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