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behemoth d&d 5e epic game


Dec 20 2022


7:00 pm - 10:00 pm



Behemoth’s Wrath at Mount Celestia – One Shot D&D


You and other elite individuals are summoned by a Solar Angel on top of a sacred mountain to answer some questions. It seems like some of his mightiest heroes have lost their ways. Savras, god of divination, has revealed a plot to wake up Behemoth, a gargantuan titan that could rip apart Dragons and Giants as if they were mere insects.

You are now under scruteny to find out who’s behind this unthinkable plan that could tear appart cities on the material plane.

There will be some Roleplaying at the start of the game then it will feature an epic multi-phase boss fight.


Character Creation

Behemoth’s Wrath at Mount Celestia is a one shot adventure for 3-6 17th level characters and it should take around 3 hours to complete.

Please create a character level 17, using Point buy or Standard array for skills and Max HP for level 1. You will then get the average for the remaining levels. Starting class equipement + 1 rare magical item + 2 uncommon magical items + any regular armor or weapons.

Everything from Wizards of the Coast is allowed for character creation. You will have access to our compendium to create your character. Here’s what you will be able to use with charactermancer:

– Player’s Handbook
– Dungeon Master’s Guide
– Monster Manual
– Xanathar’s Guide to Everything
– Volo’s Guide to Monsters
– Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes
– Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide
– Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything
– Eberron – Rising from the Last War
– Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons
– Curse of Strahd
– Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft
– Monsters of the Multiverse

D&D Beyond will not be allowed, you will have to use Charactermancer. You can either use an empty character sheet or import your character. We will be more than happy to provide assistance if you need any.


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Hello, my name is David! Ever since I can remember, I've had an insatiable passion for storytelling. As a child, I would lose myself in imaginative tales, often building stories with my toys that never seemed to have an end. Bedtime was a suggestion I frequently ignored in favor of extending these adventures. My journey into storytelling and world-building didn't stop there. During my teenage years, I delved into the captivating world of live-action role-playing (LARP), where my friends and I created entire realms to immerse ourselves in. I've always had a deep love for improvisation, as it allows stories to take shape in unexpected and exciting ways, with everyone's contributions weaving together into something extraordinary. My Dungeons & Dragons adventure spans a remarkable 27 years. I was a mere 10 years old when I first delved into the classic AD&D edition, and by the time I turned 13, I was already stepping into the role of Dungeon Master, crafting intricate worlds and adventures for my friends. When it comes to my game style, I aim for a fast-paced, well-rounded experience. Whether it's roleplay, skill challenges, or intense combat, I believe in delivering a game that keeps everyone engaged and eager to explore. I take my role as Dungeon Master seriously, and I'm well-prepared, ensuring that my worlds are thoughtfully designed to let players unleash their imaginations to the fullest. In my games, it's not just about me as the storyteller; it's about you, the players, the evolving narrative, and the thrilling synergy we create together.

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Dec 20 2022
  • Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm