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|Beginning Level Adventures|
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|Accursed Tower (ZIP 42 Kb)||1-3|
|A Thief Among Us (ZIP 3610 Kb)||1-2 3E|
|B3 Palace of the Silver Princess (ZIP 195 Kb)||1-3|
|The Blighted Grove (ZIP 250 Kb)||1-5|
|Curse of Manstaughter Manor (ZIP 358 Kb)|
by Christianmichael Dutton
|Dark Crypt (ZIP 9 Kb)|
by Michael Morley
|Feast or Famine (ZIP 307 Kb)||3|
For Whom the War Rages (ZIP 1596 Kb)
|Gabberson’s Keep (ZIP 8.5MBs)|
Richard E. Sullivan
|Ghoulish Surpise (encounter, download 2E at site)||1-3|
|Gorgoldand’s Gauntlet (ZIP 536 Kb)|
Dragon Annual #5 11/2000
|L1 Secret of Bone Hill (ZIP 309 Kb)||2-4|
|L2 The Assassin’s Knot (ZIP 132 Kb)||2-5|
|Last Voyage of the Emerald Princess (ZIP 601 Kb)||1-3|
|Lions and Blades (ZIP 163Kb) by Wez Mond||2-3 3E|
|Lair of Abrax the Skarily Evil (ZIP 1.8MB)|
|N1 Against the Cult of the Reptile God ZIP 264 Kb)||2 3E|
|Nightly Visitor (encounter, download 2E at site)||1|
|Quest for the Silver Sword (ZIP 85 Kb)||3|
|Rites of Passage (ZIP 273 Kb)||1-3|
|T1 Village of Hommlet conversion from 1E (ZIP 96 Kb)||1-3 3E|
|The Keep by Michael Morley ZIP||2-3 3.5E|
Tinderbox (ZIP 691 Kb)
|U1 Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh (ZIP 160 Kb)||1-3|
|U2 Danger at Dunwater (ZIP 183 Kb)||2-4|
|UK5 Eye of the Serpent (ZIP 137 Kb)||1|
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for a first time Dm'ing this really makes my life easier. i needed a campaign quickly and this looks like my group, who is also playing for the first time should really enjoy it
Really nice. fun to dungeonmaster
A long time ago I was part of a gaming group. And was giving the opportunity to run an adventure.... This was the adventure I dm'd..... Even now years later I still remember the fun and the fails that the team went through in this starter campaign. Like multiple failed climb checks, even with the rope. The first trap not really scaring the players like I hoped, and them cruising through then next mostly unscathed. It wasn't until the third trap when one of the PC's was "killed", did the remainder start taking this dungeon seriously. It wasn't until the end of the adventure and the return of their lost teammate did it feel like a successful adventure. The players all loved it. They even gave the teammate that got "killed" hell, forcing his character to walk back to town naked.
I have run many other adventures since then, mostly my own. But some I got from other sources. This one though still holds a special place in my memories.
Thank you so much! For some reason, I couldn't find any of the solo adventures to catch new-guy up to everyone else in-game. What can I say? If a group of experienced players wants to roll up leveled characters for an adventure, sure, I can referee the game. In my ongoing House Campaign, everybody starts at 1st level.
It's actually a 3.5ed Bard rather than a Rogue, but it should work with this module. We're just going to solo him a few levels, then he plans to multi as a Sorcerer, which is an interesting concept.
I'll check back in and let you know how it goes!
Good show! I needed a dungeon quickly for a new group, and I found this site through Bing. While the first one on the list, "Accursed Tower", is notes on a dungeon that you still have to buy (not a bad price, I admit, but I'm broke at the moment), the others I looked at were of good quality. Yes, I saw my old friend B3 on the list. Only reason I didn't just grab my old modules is that I have a couple of veteran players who know the material. I found this site and will definitely be back for more! But for now, there's a thief among them! 😉
its perfect the lay of the camp is great and the monsters are not to far off alot of room to play and give story and fun