[Review] The Purple Worm Graveyard (OSR LL); Slightly above average dungeoncrawl

Purple Worm Graveyard by Tony Dowler is a 7-page (5-pages are pure dungeon) 13-room dungeon for Labyrinth Lord for character levels 1-3. It’s alright, and that is always a bitch because I can’t get worked up over things that are alright (while statistically, most adventures are bound to fall into this category). The central premise … More [Review] The Purple Worm Graveyard (OSR LL); Slightly above average dungeoncrawl

[Review] The Chest (OSR 2e); Oldschool Charm

Disclaimer: Sponsored Content The original concept of the module as an adventure that may be freely slotted into any campaign world without taking up a great deal of time or cataclysmically impacting the campaign world in question is somewhat less common or even trendy in the days of the OSR. Many adventures either have built-in … More [Review] The Chest (OSR 2e); Oldschool Charm

[Review] Flower Liches of the Dragonboat Festival (OSR); An Opium-fueled Kaleidoscope of Decay, Folklore and Horror

Disclaimer: Sponsored content Kabuki Kaiser is starting to win my heart with his weird ass products. I first encountered this strange, elusive figure by way of his grotesque Castle Gargantua, a megadungeon inspired by such works as Gargantua & Pantagruel, the Nutcracker Suite, Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelungen and Mervyn Peake’s Ghormenghast. From the first page … More [Review] Flower Liches of the Dragonboat Festival (OSR); An Opium-fueled Kaleidoscope of Decay, Folklore and Horror

[Review] Zweihander (WFR OSR) Pt. X; Adventure & Conclusion

This final installment in my longest review ever will cover the introductory adventure A Bitter Harvest and then wrap everything up with a nice and tidy conclusion. Introductory adventures are a special and arguably quite challenging subspecies of the Adventure genus, having to balance the introduction of foreign or obscure game mechanics as well as … More [Review] Zweihander (WFR OSR) Pt. X; Adventure & Conclusion