Monthly Archives: July 2014

FT0 – Prince Charming, Reanimator

By Daniel J. Bishop Purple Duck Games DCC Level 0 funnel Prince Hubert Charming, son of the Baron of Westlake, and heir to Westlake Manor, is well known as a cold man, whose watery blue eyes seem to betray no … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #37

I’ve been sick, work has picked way up, I’ve had a super busy personal life. But those are all excuses. The reality of the situation is that reviewing Dungeon Magazine sucks the soul out of you. Even when they don’t … Continue reading

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[5e] – 23 players, 12 hours – The Lost Mine of Phandelver

Five hours ago we finished up a 12-hour D&D 5e meet up event with 23 players during which we played through the Lost Mine of Phandelver. This has some details about 5e, the module, the events, and some AP “Let … Continue reading

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B2 – The Twice-Robbed Tomb

By Perry Fehr Purple Duck Games Labyrinth Lord 3rd Level The domination of Pheniket the Pharaonic ended nearly two centuries ago, but stories of his ruthless ambition still haunt the region. An intruder from a sandy land to the south, … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #36

Asflag’s Unintentional Emporium By Willie Walsh AD&D Levels 3-7 Time to clean out the rats in the old woman’s cellar, except this time the old woman is a dead wizard and the cellar is his tower in the middle of … Continue reading

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[5e] – Lost Mine of Phandelver

EDIT: For you new readers, I have VERY high standards. This adventure is one of the best to be published by WOTC in a LOOONNNNGGGGG time. Are you seriously reading this review in order to figure out if you should … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #35

Seeing the pro’s names ad Dungeon authors reminds me of the strippers who show up at spring break wet t-shirt contests. Twilight’s Last Gleaming James Jacobs AD&D Levels 8-10 Adventures like this one are part of that great soul-sucking morass … Continue reading

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