Cie shouldered the heavy knapsack, it's bloodstained bottom still dripping red droplets onto the cavern floor. She grunted as the weight shifted onto her left shoulder, and began the steep climb back to civilization.
She knew they needed money. But the parchment Bhardak spotted nailed to the tavern bounty board seemed too good to be true from the start. 3,000 gold for the head of a giant? Easy money. Of course, the locals hadn't really seen the beast themselves. And nobody knew about it's pet.
Maybe next time they'll do more scouting and research on the job before marching in and almost getting themselves killed. Though as she winced from the wound in her side where the beast savaged her, she couldn't help but grin.
It's going to be one hell of a payday.
This book has been designed to help Dungeon Masters quickly establish small bounties, quests or plot hooks when populating a town, village, city or general questing noticeboard. In this 36 page supplement you will find 100 monster - themed quests, using official D&D 5e content from the Monster Manual, Volo's Guide to Monsters, and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes.
Each quest has been outlined with a bounty advertisement for your players, and additional quest details for the DM, including named NPCs, plot or objectives, loot and treasure rewards, as well as helpful page references for each item or monster used in the quest.
Need something quick and don't want to drag through all 100 hunts to find something? Just roll a d100 and consult the table to quickly whip up a sudden quest whenever you need it, or roll on one of the 9 smaller tables, organised by recommended level!
The hunt tables give you a quick overview of the expected difficulty of the quest for 4 and 6 players, the recommended level, whether the rewards are monetary, magical or both, and even lists the books required to run the encounter.
So what are you waiting for? Give yourself a chance to flex those RP muscles and have your players ready their weapons - it's monster hunting time!