Palace of the Silver Princess by Tom Moldvay and Jean Wells (GREEN COVER) GREEN VERSION and ORANGE VERSION: This review is on the Green Version of the module reprinted in 1981. There is also an Orange version of the module and it has an interesting history. The Orange version has different monsters and some rooms
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B2 – Keep on the Borderlands by Gary Gygax I have personally played through this module about 2 dozen times and DM’ed it a good 3 dozen times in the past 30 years or so. In most instances of me being a player, the DM had set it up that our gaming group was travelling
This is basically a dungeoncrawl and hack and slash module with very little…..
Alrighty folks! Here’s the list I promised back in Issue 22, when talking about the Ring of Animal Friendship. Enjoy! Animals affected by Ring of Animal Friendship Monster Manual Ant, Giant Axe Beak Beetle, Giant (boring) Boar, Giant Warthog Camel, Wild Crocodile, normal Giant Eagle, Giant Herd Animal Horse (all) Hippopotamus Hyena, Common Giant Irish
Do dragons need a fighting chance? Some of you may scoff at the very idea. Dragons are supposed to be the biggest and baddest monster one would come across in AD&D. But let’s take a look at what we have for dragons in the Monster Manual. -Dragons do have good hit dice, or so it
From the Chronicles of Lord Blackstone: CY 581, day 23, The Hool Marshes Now I understand why men fear these swamps. Even though our guide, a half-olve ranger who goes by the name of Hunter, who was quite adapt in navigating through such places, was caught off guard. Two logs came crashing through the weeds
Hey all! We want to know what you guys do to populate cities and towns. Plus, how would YOU use the disenchanter? Henchmen and hirelings: what’s your strategy? Let’s hear it folks! media.blubrry.com/rfipodcast/p/archive.org/download/RollForInitiativeVol1/RFI008.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS