Similar to this question, how long is Dungeons & Dragons vs. Rick & Morty? Considerations:

  • Game will be played in person.
  • I will aim to have 5 players, not counting the DM.
  • If I DM, I will push players to use the included characters rather than creating new ones.
  • I expect to have two new players, and three that have played before. Of those three, one has DMed before.
  • My goal in asking this question is to find a 5e campaign or module that can be finished in 1-4 sessions (I anticipate each session will run 4 or maybe 5 hours).

This will finish in 3-4 sessions

I haven't completed it yet, but I ran through about 1/3 of the rooms (maybe a bit more) in our first 4 hour session. There is nothing in the module to assume the unvisited rooms will take longer, so I'd say my estimate is accurate and this fits within your goals.

I only played with 4 players, so if you've got a 5th, it'll slow it down a bit, but not enough to alter it beyond the 3-4 session.

Game Notes

It's a ton of fun! I'd recommend playing it with the attitude of a Rick and Morty show and be open and accepting to the silliness of character death and recovery.

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    \$\begingroup\$ Happy to chat about it in Role-playing Games Chat if you'd like :) \$\endgroup\$ – NautArch Jan 21 '20 at 17:47
  • \$\begingroup\$ This seems quite interesting, could you take some notes. Id like to DM this here in Toronto. \$\endgroup\$ – Francisco Melo junior Jan 21 '20 at 22:44
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    \$\begingroup\$ @FranciscoMelojunior Whenever you're ready, feel free to ping me (@nautarch) in Role-playing Games Chat. \$\endgroup\$ – NautArch Jan 22 '20 at 15:28

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