After meeting an old friend once again, the heroes take up an extremely lucrative quest.
The heroes learn, once again, that consuming strange food may have unintended consequences.
The heroes attempt a stealthy infiltration of Caer Corwell, the abandoned settlement the clones are made in, but it quickly goes awry as some of them are spotted and engaged in combat.
On their way to the enemies’ mountain fortress, the heroes are caught in a violent snowstorm.
Having defeated the legendary dragon Hundar, the heroes head to the island of Gwenneth and offer to help a community of druids under threat from a cadre of clone assassins.
After a pleasant conversation with a jeweller, the heroes confront Hundar, the legendary red dragon of Minturn.
Taking advantage of being mistaken for emissaries of the Hells, the heroes head to Minturn to find out why a large shipment of adamantine is being sent to a mountain where an ancient red dragon makes its lair.
Aided by the newly reawakened queen of the Hells, the heroes finally find their way to the planar portal. But to enter it, they must face its stony guardian.
Upon discovering a collection of gifts given to Dispater by the other Lords of the Nine, the heroes free a very important prisoner.
The heroes wrestle with their mounting sense of dread and paranoia as they explore the Iron Citadel in search of a way back home.