Icewind Dale – Rime of the Frostmaiden is a DND experience improved for four to six characters. The player characters are the saints of the story; this book portrays the scalawags and beasts the legends should survive and the areas they should investigate to carry the experience to an effective end. This book presents Icewind Dale as an independent mission setting in which you can base undertakings of your own. All appropriate insights concerning the setting are covered here, with room left to add new areas and antagonists of your own plan.
D&D Icewind Dale – Rime of the Frostmaiden
Every prior night 12 PM, Auril takes to the sky on the rear of a white roe and weaves her spell, which shows as a shining window ornament of light-a lovely aurora that enlightens the night sky and blurs before sunrise. This incredible wizardry forestalls the following day’s sun from transcending the skyline, transforming noontime into sundown and catching lcewind Dale in winter’s dull grasp, with no daylight or warmth to dissolve the day off ice. Each projecting of the spell leaves the Frostmaiden debilitated, with barely enough heavenly force left to blockade the mountain pass with snowstorms and beat the Sea of Moving Ice with rankling winds. Such measures deter explorers from drawing nearer or leaving Icewind Dale, further segregating the district. Icewind Dale has in this way been caught in an alternate reality from the remainder of the world, for however the sun never ascends over the dale, it keeps on rising wherever else.
The individuals of Icewind Dale know Auril’s rage when they feel it, and they have a name for the ceaseless winter she has caused on them. They consider it the Everlasting Rime. Nobody comprehends why the Frostmaiden has forced her will along these lines or why different divine beings won’t challenge her. This delayed winter, which has continued for over two years, takes steps to destine not simply the glinting lights of development known as Ten-Towns yet in addition the native greenery that need daylight and the difference in seasons to endure.