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Dungeon Crawl Classics #86: The Hole In The Sky


A Level 0 Adventure

The Lady in Blue, a mysterious figure of cosmic power, enlists a band of simple peasants for a strange task. They are to follow an invisible bridge until they arrive at a hole in the sky – and then jump through. Death awaits all but the bravest, strongest, and luckiest, but the Lady offers a reward beyond all the riches of the world: the chance to change the very stars these peasants were born under, and thus change their destiny.

Rules Set: DCC RPG

Writer: Brendan LaSalle
Cover Art and Cartography: Doug Kovacs

GMG5087, 20 pages

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August 3rd, 2017
Hole in the Sky, written by Brendan J. LaSalle, is among the more fan-adored and heavily reviewed adventures for Dungeon Crawl Classics. This fact invites the question as to why one would bother writing another review while so much information [...]
March 29th, 2016
I ran this as my first 0-level funnel for four mostly new RPG players. Overall it was a very well received from the players who lamented being tossed two kilometers off an invisible bridge (among other things). As a judge, I found this very easy to fol [...]
March 11th, 2016
Rather complex for a Level 0 adventure. I did like that the likelyhood of characters dying would be educational for new players. "Hole in the Sky is designed for 16-24 zero-level DCC RPG characters who should “funnel” down to a small group of [...]
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