Monthly Archives: April 2021

Castle of Mirror, 5e adventure review

Runehammer Games 5e/”OSR” (not really OSR) “Mid Levels”  The sinister influence of an ageless dragon is plagueing the Westlands with vampiric evil. Can the heroes confront these undying dooms, and solve the riddle of the magic mirrors? This 39 page … Continue reading

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Rangers of Arkwood, adventure review

By Matt Kline Creation’s Edge Games S&W Levels 4-6 For years, a benevolent group of hunters stalked the trails of Arkwood, keeping the forest clear of dangerous creatures. Now however the group has vanished, and some very concerned people want … Continue reading

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Keep of the Blood Countess, adventure review

By Jesse Burneko Bloodthorn Press Generic/Universal Exsanguinated merchant families found dead, their homes stripped of all wealth. A mysterious benefactor leaving gifts for the poor. And rumors of activity near the sealed up old keep deep in the forest, stir … Continue reading

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Trespassers of the Full Moon Tower, adventure review

In the deep woods just outside of Middleport, there stands the Full Moon Tower. In the days when the tower was new, children from Middleport began to disappear in the dead of night. The villagers tracked the missing children to … Continue reading

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A Blaze in the Northern Sky, adventure review

By D.S. Myers Self Published Old Sword Reign Levels 1-2 An introductory, mini-dungeon crawl This 21 page adventure has a nine room dungeon that takes two pages to describe. It reminds me of the early OSR adventures, where generic text … Continue reading

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A Simple Dungeon, adventure review

By Micah Anderson Self Published Generic/Universal Seven rooms filled with traps, magic, monsters, and treasure. Fight a Troll! Help a Halfling! Defeat an Undead Curse! For the Bastards. RPG system, although easily converted to any game. This sixteen page adventure … Continue reading

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The House of the Hollow, adventure review

By Dylan Mangini DAMM Design Mork Borg In The House of the Hollow, players will investigate a mysterious moonlit manor, home to a retired adventurer in the midst of a terrible transformation. Even before they encounter the moon-bound horrors lurking … Continue reading

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Electric Friends, adventure review

By Jonathan Snodgrass Tuesday Night Fiends Club Star Crawl/MCC/DCC Level 3 You’ve been hired to scavenge a long-forgotten robot factory and failure is not an option! This forty page digest adventure uses about eight pages to describe about seven rooms. … Continue reading

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Madam Maze’s Cabaret of Carrion Delights, D&D adventure review

By Nick Milton Nick Milton Publishing Generic/Universal/No Stats Deep inside the bowels of an Elderwolf god lies a crumbling cabaret. Like an intergalactic traveling circus, the cabaret is constructed from ingested realities, only the truly bizarre and profane making the … Continue reading

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The Darness Beneath Brightwell Manor, adventure review

Tim Bannock Self Published B/X or 1e Levels 10-14!!! The reclusive Brightwell family has been corrupted by the whispers of a vengeful sorceress-turned-fiend. When this newfound master suddenly grows silent, the madness infecting the household is no longer focused, and … Continue reading

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