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Dungeon Magazine #69

Blame Fallout. I wrote ahead but missed by schedule by 48 hours. Slave Vats of the Yuan-Ti by Jason Kuhl AD&D Levels 3-5 “Keep a calculator at hand during this adventure, for the math.” Oh, joy … DERP! This three-parter, … Continue reading

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Maiden Voyage

by Chad Brouillard Penumbra d20 Levels 1-3 There’s a tale you might hear in a tavern by the docks if you catch an old sea dog on a dark night laden with rum. He’ll tell you of an all but … Continue reading

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Road of the Dead

by Creighton Broadhurst Raging Swan Press Pathfinder 3rd Level Centuries ago, the Tuath were a mighty folk who strove against the goblins of the Tangled Wood for dominion over that ancient place. Defeated by treachery and their feral, warlike enemies … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #68

OMG! Why am I writing this instead of playing Fallout! The Artist’s Loving Touch by Charles C. Reed AD&D Level 2-4 An adventure with no redeeming qualities. A sculptor is turning people into statues. (Weird, never seen that one before.) … Continue reading

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Scenic Dunnsmouth

by Zzarchov Kowolski LotFP LotFP Dunnsmouth is diseased and rotten to the core. Beset by malefactors supernatural and mundane, Dunnsmouth slowly dies in the swamp. But within the rot are mysteries to be solved, evil to be fought, and the … Continue reading

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Three Days to Kill

by John Tynes Penumbra d20 Levels 1-3 Deeptown lies in the shadows of mountains, a town where anything is for sale if you can only meet the price. But in the wild surrounding valleys of the Deeps, it’s the bandits … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #67

Several adventures in this issue that come pretty close to being usable. Witches’ Brew by Steve Johnson AD&D Levels 3-5 This is a charming and delightful little adventure ruined by the verbosity. It’s one of the lamest of hooks: you’re … Continue reading

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No Salvation for Witches

by Rafael Chandler LotFP LotFP England, 1620. To strike a blow against the Patriarchy, six women perform a dangerous rite in an abandoned priory. Through their art, they commune with Terpsichore, Greek muse and patroness of dancers. Starving demons slither … Continue reading

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Gibbous Moon

by Creighton Broadhurst Raging Swan Press Pathfinder Level 3 Months ago, the necromancer Dunstan Wymer was gored by a wereboar and infected with lycanthropy. Almost driven insane by the realisation of what he had become after awaking amid the gore … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #66

Enormously Inconvenient by Kent Ertman AD&D Levels 2-3 I’m a little fond of this adventure, maybe because I’m fond of those 70’s giant animal/horror movies. A woman begs you to find the source of giant animals that just attacked/killed her. … Continue reading

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