MIRRORS OF THE ABYSS Looks Like a Fun, Unofficial Adventure for Higher Level Parties

Ryan Durney and Christopher Rush teamed up to create what appears to be a great adventure for adventurers from level 15-17. Mirrors of the Abyss is a 200-page adventure based on a notation by Carl Sargeant in Monster Mythology from 1992:

Eshebala is the foxwoman deity of vanity, charm, greed, and cunning. Her symbol is a female fox. Eshebala appears as a foxwoman, a shapely fur-covered female with a fox’s head, or as a beautiful young elf maiden. She is bedecked in rich clothing and jewels, and carries a silver mirror. Eshebala’s realm of Vulgarea can be found on the 193rd layer of the Abyss. She is wily and vain. She favors beautiful things and collects jewelry and art, the tackier and flashier the better. She prefers to overcome her opponents using subtlety rather than force, seducing and devouring out of boredom. She loves gossip, and always insists on being the center of attention. Eshebala is a patron of evil shapeshifters who use their wits and wiles before resorting to violence.

The adventure of course revolves around the players dealing with the demon goddess how they see fit and includes a ton of new creatures, treasures, spells, and traps. It also includes two class shifts.

The Wizard can become a Demonologist and the Cleric can become an Exorcist. Another cool feature is that Mirrors of the Abyss supports up to 12 players! Based on the brief look I’ve had at it, this adventure looks like a lot of fun and should be checked out if you’re looking for a higher level adventure.

You can pick up your own copy of Mirrors of the Abyss on DMs Guild for $16.99.

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