D&D Dad: Prepping for a HUGE Adventure

Hello again. Sorry it’s been a while, but I’ve been busy prepping a new adventure that’s going to be huge — literally! It’s my first time tackling a full-size published campaign, and I chose Storm King’s Thunder, where my players are going to take on giants.

To help me, I have a huge map and all sort of resources, as you can see below:

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Wish me luck, and happy gaming!!!

NOTE: I used Vivyx Printers (Signs and Banners, Vinyl Banner, 31″ x 48″) and used this hi-res map from Mike Schley ($5), which has locations from Storm King’s Thunder. You might also prefer this map from Wizards of the Coast.


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3 thoughts on “D&D Dad: Prepping for a HUGE Adventure

  1. When I ran Storm Kings Thunder I did a similar thing. I also printed out the map onto a couple of sheets of A4 (Letter in the US I’d imagine) and taped them together. Aged it a little and handed it to the players as their “in character” map that they could make notes and annotations on. I didn’t realise at the time that it gave away a few locations but, thankfully, my players didn’t metagame so it was all good.

    Our campaign ended a bit differently from that described in the book so I’m looking at revisiting it again in the future, once Strongholds and Followers is released, for a high-level campaign where the PCs try to muster the forces necessary to aid the exiled (in my campaign) king in reclaiming his throne…

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    1. Thanks for the comment! I’m going to surprise my players with the big map, and hopefully they won’t meta-game too much, either! I like your idea for a “sequel” to the campaign with the storm king’s return. Thanks for reading!

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