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A set of Morse Code posted at the bottom of the D&D Twitch stream promoting the Stream of Many Eyes event in Los Angeles in early June. It was soon reported by several people on Twitter.

@shandravdeg:

"Morse Code at the bottom of the page reads: #NoStoneUnturned

Clever! Wonder if we'll see more hints?!? #jocksmachina #criticalrole" - @shandravdeg, 5/1 @ 1:58PM

@JasonTDnDDm:
"T'would appear that,
# -. --- / ... - --- -. . / ..- -. - ..- .-. -. . -..
Found at the bottom if the DnD live stream announcement for the new adventure, translates from morse into "No stone unturned"...
A reference from "Eye of the Beholder" in Undermountain... MEGADUNGEON!!" - @JasonTDnDDm, 5/1 @ 6:23PM
This also revealed the hashtag used throughout the game, #NoStoneUnturned.

The first post on the @immortal4tress Twitter account was a few hours earlier:

"To expedite the artifact's return, we'll heed the trail and leave #NoStoneUnturned." - @immortal4tress, 5/1 @ 4:45AM
The adventure officially began by several posts on the Wizards of the Coast D&D Twitter account by a mysterious individual, posted on 5/2:
"Forgive my usurpation of this information stream, but circumstances call for nothing less. I dare not cede control ere I’ve occasion to recount a brief but dire missive from the realms that time forgot."
"The Sage of Shadowdale hath hid on Earth a stone, of power great and imminent import. Its guardian, an exile from my realm, was spirited to Earth with this in tow; To keep it safe and secret ere its prophesied return."
"The hour of its need now soon at hand, this item and its wielder must be found; Sent, via portal, back from whence they came. At long last, well and truly homeward-bound."
"The Sage of Shadowdale himself is otherwise engaged, and cast me as his proxy in this search. Unable, as I am, to sojourn there myself, this task falls to the denizens of Earth."
"Should you be of a mind to render aid, direct your queries to mine own account. I’m called @Immortal4tress, my address: your internet; Elminster’s humble servant, and forever in your debt."
- Full thread from @Wizards_DnD, 5/2 @ 1:33PM
The website immortalfortress.com, refenced by the above Twitter account, initially contained a cryptic message and symbol, which was posted by @mrSmfwic on 5/3. The website was blank at first, but only visible if you "select all" in your browser.

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"Took this screenshot from http://immortalfortress.com #NoStoneUnturned" - @mrSmfwic, 5/3 @ 11:29PM
The website has since been altered to be what it is now, a place to report all the findings.