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Deep Horizon

 * '''Published:''' 1st October 2001
 * '''Publisher:''' Wizards of the Coast
 * '''Author:''' Skip Williams
 * '''Format:''' 96 page softback
 * '''Rules:''' D&D 3.0 Edition
 * '''Wizards of the Coast:'''
   * [[|Web Enhancement: The Ruined Gatehouse]]
 * '''Product:'''
   * [[|D and D Wiki]]
   * [[|RPG Geek]]
   * [[|RPG Net]]
   * [[|TSR Archive]]
   * [[wp>Deep_Horizon|Wikipedia]]
 * '''Reviews:'''
   * [[|Geek Native]]
   * [[|RPG Geek]]
   * [[|RPG Net (Anthony Roberson)]]
   * [[|RPG Net (screenmonkey)]]

The Underdark Holds Many Secrets

A series of earthquakes and eruptions have rocked a normally placid land. Strange creatures sighted in the dark of night raise fears across the already disturbed countryside. As tales of a lost race that once warred with the drow begin to surface, only the boldest adventurers dare to descend into the shadow darkness.

Deep Horizon is a stand-alone adventure for the Dungeons & Dragons game. Designed to challenge 13th-level D&D characters, it presents a long-forgotten civilization for heroes to discover and save, if they can.

To use this accessory, a Dungeon Master also needs the Player's Handbook, the Dungeon Master's Guide, and the Monster Manual.

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