The Forge of Fury (2000) is an adventure module written for Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edition by Richard Baker. It received a reprint in the D&D 5th edition adventure compendium Tales from the Yawning Portal (2017).

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Around two hundred years ago, the legendary dwarven smith Durgeddin the Black and his clan founded the secret stronghold of Khundrukar after being forced from their ancestral home by orcs and trolls.

But, around a hundred years ago, a powerful tribe of orcs interrogated a captured dwarf of Durgeddin's clan, and discovered the location of their stronghold. After a lengthy siege, the orcs overwhelmed the mountain settlement and wiped out the tribe. Today, its ruins are inhabited by orcs and other more terrible creatures.

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The player characters explore the forgotten stronghold of Khundrukar in the hopes of finding the rumoured ancient blades of Durgeddin.

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Dungeons & Dragons 3.0
Core rules
Player's HandbookDungeon Master's GuideMonster ManualDungeons & Dragons Adventure Game
Supplements
Arms and Equipment GuideBook of ChallengesBook of Vile DarknessDefenders of the FaithDeities and DemigodsEnemies and AlliesEpic Level HandbookFiend FolioGhostwalkHero Builder's GuidebookLiving Greyhawk Gazetteer (Dungeons & Dragons Gazetteer) • Manual of the PlanesMasters of the WildMonster Manual IIOriental AdventuresPsionics HandbookSavage SpeciesSong and SilenceStronghold Builder's GuidebookSword and FistTome and Blood
Adventures
The Sunless CitadelThe Forge of FuryThe Speaker in DreamsThe Standing StoneHeart of Nightfang SpireDeep HorizonLord of the Iron FortressBastion of Broken SoulsThe Fright at TristorReturn to the Temple of Elemental Evil
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