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Curse of the Weaver Queen
Publisher: Eldritch Enterprises
by John R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/06/2013 13:29:34

This adventure makes for a good old-school dungeon crawl that can be adapted to nearly any fantasy system with just a little math. With a nice selection of creatures, traps, and encounters that could just as easily be handled through roleplaying as they could through combat, the adventure is built on the premise that the GM will tailor it to his or her group’s particular style of play. I have posted a more in-depth review here: http://www.brokenbinding.com/-
2013/02/06/review-tim-kasks-curse-of-the-weaver-queen/
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Dark Outpost
Publisher: Eldritch Enterprises
by John R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/09/2012 14:26:55

A wide-open sandbox setting with an over-arching plot, Dark Outpost is suited for any system but a GM should be ready to put a little work in converting monsters with the suggestions provided. The sprawling orbital station is mapped out and discussed in detail. Although I prefer my maps a little slicker, the product falls in line with the "old-school" feel and would be suited to those who prefer that approach to their games. A full review can be found here: http://www.brokenbinding.com/2012/10/09/review-dark--
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Lich Dungeon - Level One
Publisher: Eldritch Enterprises
by John R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/21/2012 07:30:45

This adventure is an excellent throwback to the old days, or it’s part of the new OSR movement, all depending on your perspective. It is easily adaptable to various iterations of D&D or Dungeon Crawl Classics Roleplaying Game, but is system neutral and the mechanics lend themselves to straightforward conversion.


This is the first level of Frank Mentzer’s megadungeon, and it’s quite sprawling with a variety of encounters, wandering monsters, and puzzles. Further levels would certainly be something to look forward to in the future but there is material here to last a group of old school delvers quite a while and cause a casualty or two (or six).


For more of my thoughts on this product, a longer review is here:
http://www.brokenbinding.com/2012/09/-
21/review-frank-mentzers-lich-dungeon/



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