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Outlaws of the Iron Route is an adventure module set in the Forgotten Realms using the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition ruleset. It focuses on Phlan, and is an adventure designed for three to seven 1st- to 4th-level characters.

The Iron Route, an important trade road east of Phlan, is beset by competing bandits. An exiled Black Fist officer leads his band of mercenaries turned cloaked ruffians, while a mysterious dragonborn sorcerer commands screaming savages from the north. In this war over the trade route, the beleaguered merchants are the victims, and Phlan suffers from a lack of supplies. It's up to adventurers to strike out and reopen this vital route.[1]

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Characters
BhevekBraden YilEllison BerengerErikIorg BrokenjawJerallaKai Tyran UvielNarle ShieldbiterRathene FelRuseSahnd KrulekSharrakSirge WintermeltUkharimWalharrow
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Barrowin UndurrEctor BrahmsPorphyrys Cadorna
Creatures
DragonbornDwarfFlying swordGiant weaselHalflingHalf-elfHalf-orcHumanKoboldMinotaurMoon elfOrcOrogOwlbearUrdWorg
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Elf
Locations
Buildings & Structures
Grimshackle JailPodol Plaza
Region
Moonsea
Rivers
Stojanow River
Roads
Iron Route
Ruins
King’s Pyre
Settlements
Phlan
Wilderness
Grass Sea
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Thar
Magic
Items
Sending stone
Spells
Acid splashCloud of daggersCrown of madnessCure woundsDispel magicDivinationFire boltGreater restorationHypnotic patternIdentifyLesser restorationMage armorMage handMessageMinor illusionPrayer of healingRaise deadRemove curseScorching raySpeak with deadThunderwave
Organizations
Burning BannerChosen of TiamatGray PatriotsKnights of the Black FistCult of the Dragon
Player Factions
Emerald EnclaveHarpersLords' AllianceOrder of the GauntletZhentarim
Referenced only
House Cadorna
Religion
Referenced only
HelmKurtulmakTiamat

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Will Doyle (2014-11-07). Outlaws of the Iron Route (DDEX1-9) (PDF). D&D Adventurers League: Tyranny of Dragons (Wizards of the Coast), p. 1.
  2. Greg Marks (2014). Phlan during the Tyranny of Dragons (Web). Retrieved on 2015-03-02.

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