Monthly Archives: October 2015

Dungeon Magazine #63

Hunt for a Hierophant by Chris Doyla AD&D Levels 6-8 Your motivation here is that a town you call home is threatened. Lame. PC’s are murder hobos with no families precisely to avoid this kind of ham-handed DM manipulation. “Get … Continue reading

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Brave the Labyrinth #1 – The Screams from Jedder’s Hole

by Dyson Logos Labyrinth Lord Levels 4-5 “That unholy wailing must be stopped. I sense a great evil lurking in the dark depths of Jedder’s Hole. I can lead you down along the secret paths, but if we falter, the … Continue reading

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Dragon’s Horde #1 – The Undertemple of Akron

The Undertemple of Arkon by Richard LeBlanc Jr. D&D Levels 1-3 [This is a periodical, and is my custom I’m only reviewing the adventure therein.] “A recent report tells of a group of cultists disappearing into the ground where the … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #62

Jesus H. Fucking Christ I hate reviewing Dungeon Magazine. For every decent adventure there are 20 more crap ones. I perused the letters this issue, by accident. Some fuckwit had to correct every single error in the Planescape adventure from … Continue reading

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Sordid Stories from the Mother City

by Josh Graboff 2e/Gold & Glory This is a short murder investigation that leads to an evil cult. It’s got several things going for it: multiple factions, people who act like people, random complications, and a presentation style that is … Continue reading

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Rogues in Remballo

by Matt Finch Frog God Games Swords & Wizardry Level 1 This is a little investigation adventure in a neighborhood of a city. I really like the neighborhood map, and the concept of city neighborhoods in general. It’s got a … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #61

Jigsaw by Dan De Fazio, Christina Stiles Masque of the Red Death Levels 4-6 Eleven scenes, a couple of which are optional and a couple of which are just window dressing in which little/nothing happens. A woman makes a frankenstein … Continue reading

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The Ogress of Anubis

by Richard LeBlanc jr New Big Dragon Games Unlimited D&D Levels 4-6 Azeneth believed the life of the high priest (or priestess) should be as comfortable as that of the kings and the gods. She spoke her contempt for her … Continue reading

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Citadel of Evil

by Stuart Robertson D&D Levels 1-3 The Citadel casts a dark shadow from it’s mountain. Can you find a path to the top and rescue your kinfolk? This is, I think, a one page, that I’m not sure how I … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #60

Shards of the Day by Randy Maxwell AD&D Levels 7-9 This is a monster-zoo fetch-quest adventure in the underdark. Seriously, everyone is here except Yul Brynner. Deep gnomes, duergar, drow, driders, kua-toa, myconids, mind flayers … everyone you could ever … Continue reading

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