Situation Mining: Dwimmermount

The ancient wards of Dwimmermount have fallen; At least that is what you heard from a wandering ascetic. There must be treasure and forgotten knowledge buried within that legendary mountain.

Dwimmermount Cover Image by Mark Allen.

Dwimmermount Cover Image by Mark Allen.

You stand at the door, knowing that with the wards failed, there will soon be others set on exploring and plundering Dwimmermount’s wealth.

Dwimmermount provides a rumor table. The GM may provide one or more rumors. In that case, consider adding a belief that addresses the rumor.

Bandit

Write a belief about:

  • What you will do with the wealth you gain from Dwimmermount
  • A cherished moment from your childhood and how you will reclaim it
  • One of your companions in this expedition

Character sheet

Itinerant Performer

Write a belief about:

  • Why you are called to explore Dwimmermount
  • When you realized your temple was a perversion and left in disgust
  • One of your companions in this expedition

Character sheet

For reference the gods of Dwimmermount are:

God Sphere of Influence Alignment
Anesidora goddess of grain, fertility, marriage, and law Lawful (Good)
Asana goddess of strategy, heroism, and science Lawful
Caint god of medicine, poetry, and music Lawful (Good)
Donn god of the dead Lawful
Mavors god of warfare Lawful (Evil)
Tenen god of travelers, craftsmen, and invention Lawful
Tyche goddess of fortune, prosperity, and destiny Lawful
Typhon god of judgment, discipline, and trade Lawful (Evil)

Rogue Wizard

Write a belief about:

  • What you hope to learn in the depths of Dwimmermount
  • Why you fled you master and how you are planning to revisit them
  • One of your companions in this expedition

Character sheet

Strider

Write a belief about:

  • What you hope to gain by exploring Dwimmermount
  • Why you’ve spent years in your lonely patrol of the mountains of Muntburg
  • One of your companions in this expedition

Character sheet

I generated the character sheets at the online Character Burner.

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