Roleplaying adventure hooks

Looking for inspiration for your next roleplaying adventure? Then look no further! We’ve put together these three adventure hooks to give you some ideas for your next gaming session. Enjoy!
A feast to forget
The winter festival is a time for fun and family. This year however a spate of sudden illnesses and deaths following the feast requires further investigation.
It is always hard to remain impartial in an investigation, but when the chief of the local constabulary is a suspect and half the town is ill or dying, outside help is required. The custom of each household bringing a different dish to the feast has never caused problems before. Now PC’s will need to find out who ate what and discover if it was just a poorly cooked dish or something more sinister.
The hunter becomes the hunted
Young hunters will always try to out-do each other in terms of the size and ferocity of their catches. What started as friendly rivalry has now grown out of control and one of the young hunters is missing.
Three young men are always trying to outshine each other in terms of hunting prowess. Their catches have become bigger and more dangerous as the weeks and months have gone past, but now one of them is missing and a distraught mother will accept any help available to find her son and bring him home. That is unless he has already tried to bite off more than he can chew.
All creatures great and small
Something weird is going on with the animals and an evil presence is looming in the woods
A small village has quickly become established as a local trading post and is growing fast, wood from the forest is needed for buildings but something is wrong. Animals of all shapes and sizes have been disappearing, running away from owners and attacking anyone who tries to stop them. There are many who say that the spirit of the forest is angry. Others say that a shaman that lives in the woods is angry… and is gathering an army.

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