S5 The Dancing Hut of Baba Yaga (2e) – For characters level Beware of Baba Yaga and her infamous hut! Baba Yaga is an ancient crone. The Dancing Hut of Baba Yaga is a major artifact belonging to the mythic witch Baba Yaga, granting her immense ability to travel within the. Beware of Baba Yaga and her infamous hut! Baba Yaga is an ancient crone who is said to have power over day and night itself. Many seek out Baba Yaga for.

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A welcome to those who seek knowledge and a dire warning against those who seek riches is written above the door…in cyrillic[1]! And what servants they are! You are commenting using your Facebook account. Fucking 20ish pages on what type of magic is restricted in the hut.

The table above presents a list of some of the best-known destinations the hut can travel to, along with the two keys needed to take the hut to that location. Despite its comical appearance, its outer shell is a powerful construct capable of rapid movement and vicious attacks. The target must make a DC 23 Wisdom saving throw. Bizarre prisons, rooms with stuffed animals that are actually vampiresinfinite treasure vaults protected by fearsome enchantments, an armory with weaponry both ancient and modern protected by the ghost of a cyborg commando, a tunnel leading into your own intestine, gateways into other planes, a miniscule Tokyo plagued by a giant lizard Yes Really!

DC 17 Constitution Saving Throw, up to 60 ft. Few mad scholars assume she has a sentimental attachment to the places she visits, collecting bits of them as a visitor would take a souvenir as a means of making memories.

That last one is circumvented by having the Pit Fiends that use teleportation wear a strange bronzed chicken amulet. You are commenting using your Twitter account.


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Peat marked it as to-read Dec 08, JM rated it liked it Sep 22, Failure results in taking 10d10 Psychic damage. Want to Read saving…. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: There is a great balance here.

From Boneshakers to Choppers explores the social history of motorcycles. To those who can manage to defeat her hut, facing her within her own domain is a far more challenging task.

Her power, which dwarfs that of a Tarrasque, makes it very unlikely the PCs can destroy her, though the adventure certainly does not forbid you from trying. Cardinal Casey rated it liked it Sep 27, Nevertheless, what an awesome surprise. On the other hand, its nice to see 2e without the burdens of having an unfolding story and just giving you a location with awesome shit to explore, which is The hut can expel swallowed creatures as a full-round actionflinging them from its open door.

The Shackled Hutp. The highest I believe hit points go for non-deity beings are again dragons Ancient with a or so hit point pool.

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Horrid Death Screech Once per day. Thanks for telling us about the problem. She dancinv liked reading science fiction novels from the s, the Doc Savage series, and the Harriet the Lisa was very much the tomboy growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia–playing in the woods behind her house, building tree forts, damming the creek, playing army with GI Joe dolls, swinging on ropes, playing flashlight tag, building models and go-carts which she later rode down the street.

Meddling with the tools of a batshit evil demi-god witch can get you fucked good and proper but there is some awesome magical shit to be found.

Dancing Hut of Baba Yaga: Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Accessory

If the hut rejects the person attuning it, the hut may send its current user into an entirely wrong location with the intent of removing it. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.


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My last few dives into old DnD met with decidedly mixed results. Breaking the egg reveals the head of live and very irate rooster that dies a long, squawking death—and disappears an hour later when yxga controls reform. Most of the 5e stats are way underpowered to provide a reasonable challenge.

Normally this would be too cryptic and the clues are difficult to find but there are ways of getting the information from prisoners or servants of Baba Yaga so puzzling is not a necessity. In addition, Baba Yaga casts spells from her customized list as a 20th level caster.

Is it at times, merciless and unfair? Yes but almost never without subtly telegraphing the death traps in advance, by which I mean both the actual traps and the far more potent traps Baba Yaga has crafted to trap DEATH. It is a part of obscure DnD nerdlore that has now been codified into an adventure that lives up to its legend in every respect.

A rustic hut approximately 15 feet tall and 15 feet square stands here, its timber walls hung with bundles of drying herbs and etched with eerie symbols.

The hut may choose which creatures it wishes to expel and which to keep inside. As a mythic being, Baba Yaga is capable of feats few beings are able babaa do.

No one for certain knows, nor do they want to find out.