Author Archives: Bryce Lynch

DCC #85: The Making of the Ghost Ring

by Michael Curtis Goodman Games DCC Level 4 To save a soul and forge a ring! A ghostly enchantress calls for aid, her salvation hanging in the balance. Brave heroes are needed to complete the creation of a magical ring, … Continue reading

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Mischievous Monsters

by Simon Forster The Sky Full of Dust OSR Systems Low-levels Several leagues off the main road is a portal to the realm of fairy; a ring of standing stones resting in a clearing surrounded by ancient trees. Once a … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #54

Unhallowed Ground by Dan De Fazio AD&D Levels 2-4 “Name of the Rose” light.This is a railroad murder mystery in a monastery. Monks are turning up dead and the party is asked to help. The linear nature of the adventure … Continue reading

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DCC #88 – The 998th Conclave of Wizards

by Jobe Bittman DCC Goodman Games Level 6 Hail, wizard of Aereth! Forget everything you think you know about the magic. Mastery of the occult lies beyond the comprehension of your world’s primitive societies and warring kingdoms. Your cantrips and … Continue reading

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The Weird Worm-Ways of Saturn

by Daniel Bishop Moon Dice Games DCC Levels 5+ Saturn. Well known for the weird magnetic energies of its core, which attract even non-ferrous metals, and which pulled many a would-be Crawljammer to his doom in the early days of … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #53

pellbook Masquarade by J. Lee Cunningham AD&D Solo 3-5 I don’t do solo’s. Clarshh’s Sepulchre by WIllie Walsh AD&D Level 1 This is a nice little journeyman adventure. You’re asked to find and loot a tomb to recover a Cube … Continue reading

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Deep Carbon Observatory

by Patrick Stuart False Machine Publishing Lamentations of the Flame Princess Mid-level The adventure takes players from a town devastated by an unexpected flood, through a drowned land where nature is turned upside down and desperate families cling to the … Continue reading

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SlaughterGrid

by Rafael Chandler Neoplastic Press OSRIC Level … 2? Created by genocidal halflings aeons ago, SlaughterGrid is a strange and gruesome dungeon, avoided by all save the bravest or most foolhardy of adventurers. “Whether is was foolish piety, or raw … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #52

This review is not up to my usual standards. This issue really weighed on me. “Jesus fucking Christ how many pages are left?” is not something you want to find yourself saying while reading something you’ve bought for fun. Spirits … Continue reading

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Valley of the Five Fires

by Richard LeBlankc Jr. New Big Dragon Games D&D Levels 4-9 This is either a region module with strong adventures supporting it or a sandbox with strong adventures and great regional supporting material. Either way, it’s pretty good at supporting … Continue reading

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