Expedition to Undermountain

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Expedition to Undermountain
Rules required Dungeons & Dragons version 3.5
Character levels 01–10
Campaign setting Forgotten Realms
Authors Eric L. Boyd, Ed Greenwood, Christopher Lindsay, Sean K. Reynolds
First published 2007

Expedition to Undermountain is a generic setting adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) roleplaying game. The book contains a 221-page adventure designed for first-level characters using the D&D version 3.5 rule set.

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Expedition to Undermountain presents an adventure campaign designed to cover a number of levels of play. Undermountain, as it is presented here, is a huge adventuring area for any D&D campaign, containing nine main levels and more than twenty sublevels, connecting to more extensive dungeons and caverns, and ultimately to the Underdark. The book treats Undermountain as an unexplored underground region, and provides plots, power groups, and lore to enable a Dungeon Master to detail any corner of Undermountain to create a long-term adventure setting. Encounters are presented in the book, which are designed to take a party of player characters from 1st level to 10th level.

Publication history[edit]

The book was published in 2007, and was written by Eric L. Boyd, Ed Greenwood, Christopher Lindsay, and Sean K. Reynolds, with cover art by Michael Komarck and interior art by Thomas M. Baxa, Steven Belledin, Ed Cox, Ralph Horsley, Ron Spencer, and Beth Trott.

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