Dungeoneer #9 doesn’t have a lot going for it. Snatches of bad fiction, various articles dedicated to science fictional gaming, a few monster entries for Starships & Spacemen, a game that I suspect might be altogether forgotten, and a Jaquays character background generator that is suitable for little more then the induction of acute carpel … More [Review] Dungeoneer 9 – Morkendaine (OD&D 3PP); Archeotech
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In for a penny in for a pound, as they say. After the stellar Adventuresome compendium which takes THE BEST content from issues 1-6 going back to the regular has the feeling of a slog. Much of the material is of historical significance only. Take for example, the 8 page long semi-autistic reworking of the … More [Review] The Dungeoneer 7 & 8 (OD&D 3PP); Tech level 0
[Adventure]Night of the Walking Wet (1977)Paul Jaquays, Randy Cox & Tamara Weiland (Judges Guild)Lvl ??? (3-6 seems on point) Paul Jaquays is the one module author that is often mentioned in the same breath as Gary Gygax. Not in terms of range, as a builder of encompassing systems. But as a module cobbler, a sprinter, … More [Review] Night of the Walking Wet (0e 3PP); Max Level
And so it was that the Heroes of the Keep reposed for 3 long weeks in the Keep. And for those weeks they oversaw the delivery of a fine suit of dwarven-sized plate, and garbed the Dwarf Colemeier in it, and comissioned a second suit of plate for Derek de Chitsville. They bought a fine … More [Actual Play] Keep on the Borderlands VI (LL); Red Massacre at the Goblin Caverns
[Adventure]The Pharaoh’s Tomb (1976)Jim Ward (Judges Guild)Lvl ??? (8+) A tomb adventure. Maybe the first published tomb adventure ever? By the creator of Metamorphosis Alpha no less? Back to the Dungeoneer. Stone Age DnD is inevitably fresh, eager, brimming with youthful exuberance, but there has been considerable growth since then. Pharaoh’s tomb, like many of … More [Review] Pharaoh’s Tomb (OD&D 3PP); Small Step For A Man
[Adventure]Throne of Gondira (2020)Morten Braten (Xoth.net publishing)Lvl 4 – 6 Disclaimer: Sponsored Content. No seriously, why is this a 5e module? Somewhere in the forgotten mists of the D20 dystopia, one man was fighting for Sword & Sorcery in the Cold Steel ruins of the Old World. His name: Morten Braten. He wrote Ancient Kingdoms … More [Review] Throne of Gondira (5e 3PP); Why the hell is this a 5e module?!?
Last time on Booktalk we tackled C.A. Smith’s most exotic, most refined and most seductive of worlds in the form of the Zothique Cycle. Today we tackle his Hyperborea Cycle, where we approach what is closest for Smith to what would later be Sword & Sorcery. Indeed! Of all the four cycles that bear elements … More [Booktalk] C.A. Smith’s Hyperborea