Cover of Tourmaline Valley: Tritonia #1

Tourmaline Valley: Tritonia #1

Get in the carriage, strike a power chord, and cast a fireball. Tritonia is the first of a three-part 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure where first level players assume the role of a touring band in a world controlled by the maligned artificer Lord Spootify. Combat rival bands and nasty monsters alike in this indie-rockified fantasy RPG module.

Whether you’re in an actual touring band and looking for a game to play on the road, or just a group of D&D players looking for a fun and novel campaign -- Tritonia riffs on classic D&D adventuring and modern music culture for unique encounters and a sonically inspired quest like no other.

It features:
A band name generator for crafting the coolest stage moniker
A band-building guide with 12 dynamic personalities. Play as unique archetypes like the Talent (the dude who shreds), De Facto Manager (who does all the work behind the scenes), and The Kid (who recently learned how to play the lyre and is just excited to be here)
Background on the rich world of Tourmaline Valley. Learn about Lord Spootify, the mysterious Accelerators, and the creation of the Stream Stone
16 Rival Bands including Chaotic Neutral Milk Hotel and A Couple Two Three Directions
Memorable NPCs and baddies like Hank & the Hecking Hecklers with engaging backstories and motivations
Music inspired magic items including the Strings of Magic Missile
Optional rules to enhance the band’s abilities and the game aesthetic
Various callouts and references to modern indie music culture, bands, and the rock & roll lifestyle
A good ol’ fashioned twist

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