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Eberron Random Events: Sharn and the Five Nations


Bring your Eberron Campaign to Life!

Eberron Random Events: Sharn and the Five Nations brings the Platinum Bestselling Random Events Series to the world of fantasy pulp adventure and noir intrigue.

Dungeons & Dragons is fraught with perilous adventures that often ask the exciting question: “Will our heroes survive?” The random events presented in this supplement seek to add other interesting questions like:

“Where does your character draw the line between right and wrong?”

“How often are you willing to break the law?”

“Do people deserve second chances?”

This bookmarked PDF holds 100 detailed random events for campaigns set on the continent of Khorvaire. Adventurers will meet scores of named NPCs with their own agendas, morals, and role-playing opportunities as they traverse the nations of Breland, Aundair, Thrane, Karrnath, and even the dreaded Mournland.

Random events often involve one or more skill checks, and sometimes combat, but always a choice on the part of the player characters that will shape how they fit into the world. It also gives Dungeon Masters a way to discover new and memorable things about Eberron side-by-side with the players.

A New Game Mechanic: Wanted Scores

Actions should have consequences, especially for the protagonists of a dynamic story. Wanted Scores are a way to track unpopular decisions, acts of infamy, rebellion against the law, things that you swear aren't what they look like, and that incident that is certainly just a big misunderstanding. This supplement contains guidelines for using Wanted Scores in Eberron or any campaign.

If you would like to pay what you want for only the Wanted Scores game mechanic, click here for its own listing.

Eberron Random Events: Sharn and the Five Nations references the 5th edition Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron (WGE), the Player’s Handbook (PHB), The Monster Manual (MM), and The Dungeon Master’s Guide (DMG).

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April 4th, 2022
"With more than a hundred events for you to use, [ERE:SatFN]’s definitely worth the price, along with some interesting new rules for you to try out." You can read the full Cannibal Halfling Gaming review here: [...]
December 5th, 2019
I loved the Wanted Scores. PCs build reputations. If those reputations aren’t favorable, there are consequences. This is no different than in real life. If a PC (or NPC) becomes too egregious then they start attracting a lot of attention. A Troublema [...]
August 9th, 2019
This is just fantastic. As someone who sometimes struggles to translate plot hooks into interactive scenarios, resources like this are fantastic for fanning the flames of inspiration. I have some extremely minor quibbles with some slight violations of [...]
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