Monthly Archives: October 2017

Call of the Werewolf

By Joseph A. Mohr Self Published OSRIC Levels 4-7 Call of the Werewolf is a Free OSRIC adventure for characters of 4th to 7th level of experience. The adventurers arrive at a small village along the Blood River and discover … Continue reading

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The Lost Colony

By Sean Liddle Anti-Photon Publishing System – Unknown Level – Unknown You and your friends are in deep trouble. Children of respected knights of the realm, you’ve been slacking away and causing trouble. Thankfully the King and his people respect … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine Summary: Issues 126-150

Again, if I don’t list an issue it’s because there was nothing too notable about it. Dungeon 128 Shut-In is a delightful little urban adventure. Guarding a little old ladies house, the thing has more atmosphere than, say, every Ravenloft … Continue reading

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Tomb at the Dragon’s Spine

By Scott Taylor Art of the Genre 1e/5e Levels 1-3 While crossing the deadly ‘Dragon’s Spine’ of the island’s interior, the party encounters a darkness at the heights. Within the ancient stones the tomb of one of the last sea … Continue reading

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The Temple of Drawoh Rock

By CS Barnhart Mad Martian Games OSR Level 1 The Temple of Drawoh Rock is an adventure module for 1st level characters exploring the Ice Kingdoms. As warriors of Thane Ornulf the characters will sail the Atalac Sea, explore the … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine Summary: Issues 101-125

A reminder: if I don’t list an issue then it doesn’t have enough redeeming qualities for me to mention it. I didn’t accidentally skip them. Dungeon 104 Dragon Hunters has some nice faction play in it and perhaps some murky … Continue reading

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The Wicked Woeful Web

By Thom Wilson ThrowiGames Swords & Wizardry Levels 1-2 The monks of Esherten have always used trained spiders to protect their crops from the nearby giant fly hives. That was until several days ago, when the always obedient arachnids left … Continue reading

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Nothing To See Here

By Christopher Clark Inner City Game Design Generic Mid-levels While you were away, things did not go according to plan. Someone ran up a whole bunch of debts in your name. Someone made a lot of promises and commitments on … Continue reading

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