Deadly Dungeons is a collection of 40 tricksy trapsy rooms ready to be plopped into the middle of your next dungeon. Includes 28 rooms that have been revised and updated since they were originally published on the Papers & Pencils blog, as well as 12 new rooms never published before.
Includes gorgeous cover art by Ian Hagen, and interior art by Roni Whelan.
Writing and Cartography is by Nick... [click here for more]
A low level dungeon adventure. Characters must make their way through a cave filled with traps, goblins, and Ogres to reach the tomb of the long-dead necromancer Slaggoth, and its many treasures. Listed among Bryce Lynch's favorites of the new old school adventures.
Written by Nick LS Whelan, based on a map and background proposed by Adrian J. Stone. Cover art by Moreven B. Interior art by Roni... [click here for more]
A brief and bloody 9-page module detailing Velkis, whose voice can never be ignored, and the 5 chambers of his subterranian boudire. The adventure is written using Lamentation of the Flame Princess rules, but could easily be converted for use in any dungeon crawling game, and provide a challenge for characters of low to mid levels.
An audio version of this module is also available via the... [click here for more]
A small dungeon for 1st or 0th level characters. The Mice Folk have had enough. First a man thing came into their home to start playing with dead things (yuck!), and now the man things have damaged their roof with careless farming. So help them: the next man thing they see is going to get bopped on the head with a stick!
Written and illustrated by Nick LS Whelan ... [click here for more]
Send your players to visit the cordial society of the Gentledogs. Presently they're beset by a moral quandry: trying to live up to their own values while pressed on one side by imperialist forces from the Underdark, and on the other by a treasonous wizard attempting to engineer a fascist coup.
Writing by Nick LS Whelan
Interior art by Moreven B. and Nick LS Whelan
Cover art by Arthur Thiele,... [click here for more]