Welcome to the D&D Adventurers League Wiki!
- 1 Overview
- 2 Adventures
- 3 Adventurers League Resources
- 4 The Setting
- 5 Administrators
The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official organized play campaign for Dungeons & Dragons. It uses the fifth edition of the Dungeons & Dragons rules, and features the Forgotten Realms setting. You can play D&D Adventurers League games at any place that features adventures bearing the D&D Adventurers League logo. You can create a character and bring that character to games anywhere D&D Adventurers League is supported.
Most D&D Adventurers League games are public, in-person play events. Typical venues for these events are game and hobby stores, conventions, and public-accessible game day events.
The D&D Adventurers League releases adventures connected in theme to a Storyline Season. Each season is supported by an D&D Encounters season, a series of D&D Expeditions adventures, plus one or more published modules. In addition, storylines will have a variety of cross-media support.
Each season also has an associated Story Origin, which details the rules options that characters may use. However, characters may be created using any active Story Origin and play through adventures connected to any Storyline Season in any order (as long as level restrictions are met).
The Storyline Seasons (as of August 2015) are:
|Season Number||Season Name||Start Date||End Date||Published Adventures|
|5||Storm King's Thunder||August 2016||March ????||Storm King's Thunder, Cloud Giant's Bargain|
|4||Curse of Strahd||March 2016||August 2016||Curse of Strahd|
|3||Rage of Demons||July 2015||March 2016||Out of the Abyss|
|2||Elemental Evil||March 2015||July 2015||Princes of the Apocalypse|
|1||Tyranny of Dragons||August 2014||March 2015||Hoard of the Dragon Queen, The Rise of Tiamat|
|-||Starter Set for Dungeons and Dragons||March 2014||----||Lost Mine of Phandelver|
Note: Even after an end of a season, the adventures associated with that season are still playable as legal AL adventures.
Lost Mine of Phandelver
The Lost Mine of Phandelver is the adventure found in the Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set. It takes characters from 1st to 5th level. It is an evergreen adventure for the D&D Adventurers League, legal to play at home or in stores.
Adventurers League Resources
A full list of AL resources can be found on the Adventurers League Resources page, including links to download the D&D Basic Rules, pregenerated characters, graphics, and more.
D&D Adventurers League Player's Guide
The D&D Adventurers League Player’s Guide (ALPG) is a comprehensive guide to all the rules used for official games. In addition to player-focused rules, it contains important information for Dungeon Masters and organizers. It contains special rules for playing Dungeons & Dragons in the official campaign.
The current ALPG is Version 3.0, released on July 23, 2015.
The official compilation of all rulings and clarifications specific to Adventurer's League. This document is updated and maintained by the Campaign Staff. Should there be a discrepancy between the FAQ and any other source, the FAQ has priority.
- Read the answers to common questions on the FAQ page.
The Adventurers League maintains a list of acronyms commonly used as shorthand when discussing D&D, the D&D Adventurers League, and role-playing games in general.
D&D Adventurers League adventures are set in the Forgotten Realms, on the continent of Faerûn. Some adventures, including ones in adventure products available in-store, are set in the Sword Coast region—a savage wilderness dotted with powerful and iconic cities such as Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter, and Waterdeep. Other adventures, especially ones created especially for D&D Adventurers League play, are set in the Moonsea region—a brutal land beset by bandits, monstrous hordes, and tyrants.
|Dessarin Valley||Savage Frontier||Elemental Evil||Princes of the Apocalypse|
|Greenest||Western Heartlands||Tyranny of Dragons||Hoard of the Dragon Queen|
|Hillsfar||Moonsea||Rage of Demons||Most DDEX3 Expeditions and Epics|
|Kryptgarden||Sword Coast||Tyranny of Dragons||DDEP1 Corruption in Kryptgarden|
|Moonsea||Moonsea||ToD, EE, RoD||Most D&D Expeditions and Epics|
|Mulmaster||Moonsea||Elemental Evil||Most DDEX2 Expeditions and Epics|
|Phandalin||Sword Coast||Evergreen||Lost Mine of Phandelver|
|Phlan||Moonsea||Tyranny of Dragons||Most DDEX1 Expeditions|
|Red Larch||Savage Frontier||Elemental Evil||Princes of the Apocalypse|
In the Forgotten Realms, five factions have risen to prominence. These factions seek to further their own aims while opposing destructive forces that threaten the folk of Faerûn. Each faction has its own motivations, goals, and philosophy. Some are more heroic than others, but all band together in times of trouble to thwart major threats.
|Harpers||A scattered network of spellcasters and spies who advocate equality and covertly oppose the abuse of power.|
|Order of the Gauntlet||Composed of faithful and vigilant seekers of justice who protect others from the depredations of evildoers.|
|Emerald Enclave||A widespread group of wilderness survivalists who preserve the natural order while rooting out unnatural threats.|
|Lords’ Alliance||A loose coalition of established political powers concerned with mutual security and prosperity.|
|Zhentarim||An unscrupulous shadow network that seeks to expand its influence and power throughout Faerûn.|
These people handle social media relations and website content.
Robert Adducci, Community Manager, [email protected]
Alan Patrick, Associate Community Manager
These people handle the distribution of materials. If you are looking to request an Epic, a Premiere, or some CCC (Con-Created Content) please chat with them!
Bill Benham, Resource Manager, [email protected]
Greg Marks, Associate Resource Manager
These people handle the contracting of authors and designers, and review and edit adventures prior to publication.
Travis Woodall, Content Manager, [email protected]
Claire Hoffman, Associate Content Manager