Weekly One Shots

What is a D&D One Shot?

A one-shot campaign is designed to be completed within a single RPG session. They come in handy for a variety of situations…

  • As part of a Session 0, you want to run a small encounter to test out the rules and characters
  • You have a temporary group that may not meet again with the same characters
  • Your larger campaign needs a quick side quest when the party takes a direction you did not anticipate
  • A few players didn’t show up on game night so you need to run something with minimal preparation for the rest of the group

Each Weekly One Shot is D&D module that includes a full-color dungeon map and system-neutral adventure notes. They are ready to go, with minimal preparation required. Subscribers get the latest map pack for free before it is released to the public.

The dungeon map pack includes three versions. A GM map showing area markers and trap locations plus two player maps—one with a grid and one without. The dungeon maps are all scaled to work with Roll20.

While each Weekly One Shot makes reference to OGL 5e rules and creatures, they are system-neutral and easily used with any rule set.  The notes are available for free online or you can purchase the PDF version at DriveThruRPG.

Available One Shot Modules

The Boiling Chasm dungeon map was drawn on my live stream on 9/13/2022. The heat in this cavern becomes overwhelming as you get closer and closer to the lava pool. The water flowing into the cavern instantly vaporizes when it hits the lava. This causes a permanent cloud to fill …

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Preview of the Crypt of Silence Dungeon Map
The Crypt of Silence dungeon map was drawn on my live stream on 9/6/2022. The inner walls of this cavern are thin and made of a porous rock. This has the effect of dampening sounds within. The occupant of this tomb is unknown. The markings on the sarcophagus unfamiliar. The …

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Nastja's Ascension One Shot Dungeon Map Preview
Nastja’s Ascension is a complete one shot adventure module for Tier 1. This cavern was claimed by a priestess known as Nastja the Righteous many years ago. In life, she was gifted with divine magical abilities that she used to heal the sick and mend the wounded. She asked nothing …

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This is Luminance Hall. Pyria Crawn never asked for much in life, only that the world bend to her every whim. To support her goal, she studied sorcery and became quite adept at manipulating energy to further her cause. She soon realized that she could become unstoppable. Unfortunately for her, …

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This is the Tomb of Cowards. A century ago, the town of Cragfall called upon the services of three brothers to help them defend the citizens from a looming dragon attack. When the attack arrived, the brothers fled from the danger and hid behind the townsfolk rather than fight the …

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Smoldering Catacombs One Shot Dungeon Map
This is The Smoldering Catacombs. This tomb was constructed ages ago near the base of a dormant volcano. When the volcano came back to life, it began to reclaim the land around it. These catacombs are slowly falling victim to the underground lava flows. Multiple holes have opened up in …

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This is Percival’s Portal Pair. A dungeon map with many secrets. No one quite remembers who Percival was, but they know he left behind a pair of portals in his sanctum. Unfortunately, he left no notes to provide any clue as to what lies at the other end of these …

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This is Obsidian Heart. Sometimes the best hiding place is, in plain sight. This lava-filled cavern is often used by bandits and other unsavory creatures as a place to store their loot until they can move it to a safer location. Just placing the treasure at the center of the …

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The Weekly One-Shot for this week is the Temple of Zernia Who was Zernia? Why were they worshipped? These questions have challenged scholars for centuries. Scattered throughout the land are a number of caverns and ruins and even beaches, that indicate they are temples to a long-forgotten entity known as …

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Sometimes a dungeon is nothing more than a maze that visitors need to navigate. Is there treasure? Are there monsters? Are there traps? The only way to know is to check out every nook and cranny in search of what you seek. Will you always be rewarded for your efforts? …

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