d12 Sites – Issue 5 – Haunted Tavern

d12 Sites Zine - Issue 5

Haunted Tavern is Issue 5 of d12 Sites, my location zine for Dungeons & Dragons.

d12 Sites is a zine that covers a new location you can drop anywhere in your own D&D campaign world.

Issue 5 is covers a haunted tavern. It features a rundown tavern in the centre of a city or town which is now given a wide birth from the locals as it is known to be haunted. Even the settlement’s officials seem to just ignore it.

d12 Sites Cover - Issue 5

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Issue 5 – Haunted Tavern – Contents

Issue 5 contains the following:

A New Location – A haunted tavern with a map by AlextheMapMaker.

Four New Monsters – Zombie Hand, Dreck Golem, Killer Vine, and more!

Weirdness Table – A fun little table to help keep the eerie atmosphere and keep the session moving.

Hooks – Get your PCs invested into this location.

And much more! 

Printed Copy

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Printing Instructions

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