Monthly Archives: October 2013

DCC #71 – The 13th Skull

by Joseph Goodman Goodman Games DCC RPG Level 4 Thirteen generations ago, the ambitious first Duke of Magnussen made a fell pact with an unknown power, who asked for but one thing in return: the thirteenth daughter born to a … Continue reading

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Tower of the Scarlet Wizard

by James M. Ward Eldritch Enterprises Generic/Universal Any level A mysterious and magical message literally drops into your lap from the very air. Unsettled by the experience, you nevertheless open it. It seems that there is a tower at the … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #9

Dear Lord, why did I ever choose to do this? The Lurkers in the Library by Patricia Nead Elrod AD&D Levels 1-3 Six pages that boil down to “a couple of orcs break in to a library.” The library is … Continue reading

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L1 – Storm of Tears

by Chris Fuller Pacesetter Games & Simulations AD&D Levels 8-11 The rain will simply not stop. Crops have failed and livestock has drowned or fled. Farmers and their families have fled to the high ground, but the water is slowly … Continue reading

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DCC #74 Blades Against Death

by Harley Stroh for Goodman Games DCC RPG Level 4 Punjar: wide-eyed madmen stalk the streets pronouncing the end of days, mail-clad priests crush the skulls of heathens underfoot, and timorous virgins are offered up in sacrifice within sooty temples. … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #8

It’s weird; the OA entires in Dungeon seem much better than the normal content. Maybe the exotic environment appeals in a way that the mundane can not? Mountain Sanctuary By John Nephew AD&D Levels 1-3 The party trips over a … Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing Magic

by Frank Mentzer Eldtritch enterprises Generic Any Level Adventures are easy to play; usually, you just fight your way through. But here, there is a mystery to be solved. Eleven key people work at the Acaeum complex. One of them … Continue reading

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Attack of the Frawgs

by Stephen Newton Thick Skull Adventures DCC RPG 0-Level When strange creatures prey on the innocent, the meek must become the hunters! Panic is mounting in the isolated settlement of Sagewood! Frightened villagers speak in hushed tones of “walking frogs … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #7

A couple of potentially decent setting adventures in this issue. Several offer a more open-ended play style without railroading that makes them more interesting to me.. They are also going to take A LOT of work to turn in to … Continue reading

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CSM7 – The Darkest Pit

by Bill Barsh Pacesetter Games & Center Stage Miniatures AD&D Levels 7-9 This adventure is a tie-in with a line of demon mini’s from Center Stage. This is a simple 30 room demon prison with a hub/spoke layout. The party … Continue reading

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