Monthly Archives: August 2017

A Forgotten Evil

By Alex D. Karaczun Mischief, Inc 1e Levels 1-3 In ages past, nations fought great wars with the aid of powers from fiendish allies. Much has been forgotten since then, but sometimes that which is forgotten can be the greatest … Continue reading

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The Atheneum of Yearning

By Oswald Self Published LotFP Levels 1-3? The atheneum was a center of learning which became the headquarters of a dangerous cult. Where forgotten ones hoped to be chosen for the pure land. Their rituals went wrong during the city’s … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #147

The Aundairian Job By Craig Shackleton Level 5 Holy shit! A sandbox! I’m not kidding, a real sandbox! In a late issue dungeon! It’s a bank heist. An exorcist wants a possessed amulet from a bank vault, so he can … Continue reading

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The Ruined Tower Giant

By (Uncredited) Unbalanced Dice Games Labyrinth Lord Mid-Level The party must go to the tower the giant took with him when he ran away. Something is bugging the Duke and his Necromancer thinks it has to do with the tower. … Continue reading

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These Violent Delights

By Darvin Martin The Design Mechanism Mythras Levels 1-2 When the son of an elven noblewoman goes missing, the characters are recruited by the Lady Nuathyn to find him, leading the party from the town of Gramby and into the … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #146

Escape from Meenlock Prison By Tim Connors & Eileen Connors Level 1 It’s rare I find a morally repugnant adventure. (And maybe interesting what I put in that category …) A hot fucking mess of an adventure with one redeeming … Continue reading

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House of Flowers

By Christopher Audette Five Cataclysms Five Cataclysms “Mid-level” In a warm place sits a mansion made entirely of many-hued flowers, their vines forming the unnatural architecture of mankind. The house grew around two entities, the Heart of Eternity, and the … Continue reading

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