Category Archives: Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Review

First Level Dungeons, D&D adventure review

By Dan Smith, Steven Kenson, Dave Woodrum, Dante Parti-Smith, Adam Steele, Anthony Constantino Smif Ink Games OSR Level 1? A compendium of OTR compatable adventures that can be used as a connected campaign or dropped into your existing campaign as … Continue reading

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First Season in the Marchlands, D&D adventure review

By Tyler A Thompson, Joshua Mahn Sad Fische Games OSE Mid-Levels? An adventure compilation set in the Marchlands- a clannic, pastoral region beset by monstrosities, corruption, and banditry.  This 123 digest page adventure describes a region and includes four adventures … Continue reading

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The Bloody Engines of the Dinosaur-Men, D&D adventure review

By Brian C. Rideout Deathtrap Games Labyrinth Lord Levels 3-5 What makes the screams echoing down from Eira Peak? After the recent avalanche that forced the people of Eirata to file their homes, many went missing. If they were killed … Continue reading

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The Thief King’s Vault, D&D adventure review

By Tim Hitchcock Frog God Games S&W Level 5 It has long been said there no thieves in the city of Caltoshar. At night, one can safely walk the streets, and a few worry about locking their doors. Yet one … Continue reading

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(5e) Ravenloft: Prey of the Black Wolf, D&D adventure review

By Christopher Moneymaker Self Published 5e Level 3 A killer stalks the night and must be caught before he kills again! This 176(!) page adventure is rough. I mean REALLY rough. It’s nigh incomprehensible rough. Like “You can’t actually read … Continue reading

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In the Shadow of the City-God, D&D adventure review

By Istvan Boldog-Bernad First Hungarian d20 Society OSRIC Levels 3-4 Mur’s fortunes have been built on tear salt, and merchants from distant lands travel to the city for this healing elixir. There are two tear salt springs in town, owned … Continue reading

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The Headless Haunting of Berengar Manor

By Timothy Lanz Adventure On DCC Levels 1-2 Dark rumors have been whispered in the village for years of the vile deeds of Berengar the Brutal and his wife Ra’za’zsu the Cruel. Their manor, now long abandoned, still haunts the … Continue reading

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Xanadu, D&D adventure review

By Vasili Kaliman Singing Flame OSE Levels 2-3 A cult in the temple of Xanadu has opened a portal to another dimension. It was activated by adjusting the hands of three pendulum clocks in a particular sequence. Once the veil … Continue reading

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Keep at Blood Red Falls, D&D adventure review

By Victor Dorso Angry Dwarf Games 1e Levels 5-7 […]  In recent times, the clans have closed the mines due to a lack of demand for ore. The closing of the mine had reached the ears of the dreaded Spriggan … Continue reading

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(5e) Gone Child, D&D adventure review

By John Walts Dark Eagle Games 5e Level 3 A young girl has been abducted and the heroes join a posse to hunt the orcs who did it. But they face several terrible temptations while rescuing her. This eight page … Continue reading

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