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Goodman 5E Fantasy

Goodman 5E Fantasy

Monday 17 August 2020
In August 2020 we presented the Goodman 5E Fantasy Bundle, featuring the complete Fifth Edition Fantasy line of Dungeons & Dragons 5E adventures from Goodman Games. Through the Open Gaming License, Goodman Games has continuously supported D&D through every edition since 3.0. Fifth Edition Fantasy debuted soon after Wizards of the Coast released its 5E Starter Set (2014). Since then the line has grown to 17 titles, all gathered in this offer. Written for character levels from 1 to 12 and playable in one or a few sessions, these standalone modules fit easily into any ongoing campaign using the world’s most popular roleplaying game. Each scenario includes new races, backgrounds, monsters, spells, and magical items.

There were eight adventures in our Low-Level Collection (retail value $56) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including three introductory modules for 1st-level parties (Fey Sisters’ Fate, The Forgotten Hive, and Beneath the Keep); three for 3rd-level (Glitterdoom, The Cave of the Unknown, and The Pillars of Pelagia); and two 4th-level adventures (Raiders of the Lost Oasis and Mystery Under the Monastery).

Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire High-Level Collection with nine more titles worth an additional $63, including three for 5th-level parties (War-Lock, The Castle in the Sky, and Secrets of Mistcutter Isle); a gauntlet of increasingly formidable challenges for 7th- through 12th-level groups (Eye of the Leviathan, The Archmage’s Lost Hideaway, The Fallen Temple, The Drowning Caverns of the Fish God, and Into the Dragon’s Maw); and a collection of smaller encounters for many levels, Fantastic Encounters.  

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to the charity chosen by Goodman Games owner Joseph Goodman, the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.