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I'm trying to amass a list of D&D books and or resources to use in my DM-ing, like D&D Maps, 83 free D&D adventures, etc. The books can be about a particular Realm or about generic adventures in general.

What are some freely available D&D books and or Resources on the Internet?

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Good question, but what exactly are those 83 free adventures you mention? –  Adriano Varoli Piazza Jun 8 '11 at 16:54
@Adriano Varoli Piazza I'm pretty sure he means (dungeonmastering.com/campaigns-adventures/83-free-dd-adventures) –  GPierce Jun 8 '11 at 19:28
@Adriano: The 83 free adventures I am referencing is (dungeonmastering.com/campaigns-adventures/83-free-dd-adventures) just like Sorcerer Blob said. –  Curtis Miller Jun 8 '11 at 21:40
This question can only be a never-ending list and it tempts me to close it - I could CW it, but that tends to be a cop-out for closable. Can someone help restate this to where there could arguably be a best answer? See meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/176/… and the linked post from GraceNote on how. –  mxyzplk Jun 10 '11 at 12:46
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There are a couple of free D&D 4E adventures published by Wizards at http://www.wizards.com/dnd/TryDnD.aspx . One of those, Keep on the Shadowfell, is a full adventure for characters starting at level 1 and leveling up to level 4. That page also includes a document with quick start rules.

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Khyber's Harvest is pretty interesting, too. It's also a great (free) intro to Eberon if that tickles your fancy. –  GPierce Jun 8 '11 at 17:29
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I have been collecting a number of link sites that provide free gaming content over the last 2.5 years. Here are some of the best free content sites I have found. Some of the adventures would need to be adapted for edition and others for campaign. In addition a few them have added resources like maps, plot hooks and NPCs too.

Dungeon Links
Living Forgotten Realms Adventures
WOTC Adventures Archive
Daily Encounter
RPG Archive
Tome Keepers Adventures
5 Room Dungeons

Plot Hooks & NPCs Links
NPC Generator
NPC Generator
40 Great Name Generators - by Campaign Mastery
Plot Hooks

Just a boat load of stuff here

I have links to over 60+ other sites that include hooks, plots, NPCs and the like.

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Is there any way you could PM those to me? That would be awesome! –  Curtis Miller Jun 10 '11 at 17:25
@Curtis There's no such thing as PMs here. –  SevenSidedDie Jun 11 '11 at 21:39
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Play Generated Map and Document Archive (Plagmada) contains all sorts of maps and notes from actual DMs and GMs.

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A great link and interesting to peruse, but as both a DM and a player I cannot see any actual use for it. From a DM standpoint, maybe using some of the pre-generated maps, but that's about as far as I could justify. Still interesting to look at different takes on dungeon delving, though. –  GPierce Jun 8 '11 at 17:29
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