New Adventure in Bayhaven: Caravan to Rivenshore

BayHavenDTRPGthumbThere’s a new Adventure in Bayhaven available today. The first in the series! The heroes are tasked with guarding a caravan travelling to Rivenshore. But not everything is easy on the road. You have to deal with wagon attacks, infighting, and natural disasters.

I chose this adventure to be my first release because it can be run as a caravan from Rivenshore to Bayhaven. In this way, your kids who have been adventuring in Rivenshore have a way of travelling to Bayhaven to begin adventuring there. If you do this, here’s a little background to insert into the adventure in place of what is already there:

“Hollistar is a linen merchant who has travelled from Bayhaven into the Druinhowe mountains. While there, he¬†bought¬†fine wool from the shepherds who tend their sheep in the foothills. He is now travelling back to Bayhaven where his ship is waiting for him. The trip from Rivenshore to Bayhaven is the last leg of his journey, and he is looking for caravan guards to escort him.”
If you do this, run the adventure encounters in the order written. At the end of the journey, the heroes will be in Bayhaven, where they can continue to adventure using the Adventures in Bayhaven series.

You can get the adventure at Drive Thru RPG.

2 thoughts on “New Adventure in Bayhaven: Caravan to Rivenshore

  1. Mike

    I’ve been thinking about a series of adventures taking them out of Rivenshore and out into the world but haven’t had time to get anything written. Thanks for doing some of my work for me. ;) Can’t wait to try it out.

    Mike

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    1. Brian Benoit Post author

      No problem! If you’re just interested in Bayhaven as a setting, I’ll be releasing a setting guide soon.

      Reply

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