An adventure for characters of levels 5-7
by John "Ross" Rossomangno
Adventurers are a rare sight in Jocotopec, but the jungle village serves as an occasional waypoint for travelers heading to distant locales. The villagers maintain a hunter-gatherer lifestyle well suited to their wild surroundings. Yet, in every generation there is a child who feels the call of Cihuatlco, a long-abandoned city lost in the jungle. Most villagers consider the call nothing more than a child’s dream. Yet the ruins of Cihuatlco do claim young ones from time to time, though not in the way the simple folk imagine.
“Going Ape!” is a Dungeons & Dragons® adventure for characters of levels 5–7. Everything you need to run the adventure is provided, although it would be helpful to keep a copy of the Rules Compendium™ handy.
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About the Author
John “Ross” Rossomangno is a freelance writer who currently resides in a sleepy Pennsylvania town with his wonderful, remarkably tolerant wife. “Going Ape!” is his second adventure in Dungeon after “Devil’s Due” (Dungeon 188). His days are spent at the keyboard in an ongoing effort to expand his author bio.