[Review] The Queen of Spades (5e): Ren-Faire Prime

[Adventure]The Queen of Spades (2022)Artem Serebrennikov (DM’s Guild)Lvl 7 Disclaimer: Sponsored content. After what was apparently a sound thrashing on tenfootpole [1], mr. Serebrennikov contacted me and asked me if I would be willing to take a look at his doorstopper 5e high level murder mystery adventure. I’ll say this much, you’ve got guts. I’m … More [Review] The Queen of Spades (5e): Ren-Faire Prime

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[Review] X1 The Spider God’s Bride (5e); Specificity

[Adventure]X1 The Spider God’s Bride (2021)Morten Braten (Xoth Publishing)Lvl 2 – 3 Disclaimer: Sponsored content Mr. Braten seemed appreciative of my earlier reviews of his work and requested I check out some of his other entries also. Being a fan of S&S and fantasy adventure gaming in general, I acceded. Spider God’s Bride is a … More [Review] X1 The Spider God’s Bride (5e); Specificity

[Review] Six Faces of Death (D&D 5e): You Shall Rue This Day Ant-man!

[Adventure]Six Faces of Death (2019)Jason Bradley Thompson (Dragon+)Lvl 11 – 13 Disclaimer: Sponsored Content Sometimes people can still surprise you. In OSR-circles, the overall shitty quality of 5e modules has become something of an accepted fact, like the abysmal quality of Mork Borg or Zweihander adventures, something that is so readily apparent that it is … More [Review] Six Faces of Death (D&D 5e): You Shall Rue This Day Ant-man!

[Review] Wild Men in Casimir’s Mill (5e); A Hundred Dead Babies

[Adventure]Wild Men in Casimir’s Mill (2021)Ben Gibson (Coldlight Press)Lvl 1 – 3 Disclaimer: Sponsored Content. Ben Gibson is a reader, author of the quite respectable Outsider’s Doom and high-ranking participant in my successfull No Artpunk competition. When he contacted me about reviewing his latest work I accepted readily. Unfortunately this module does not quite reach … More [Review] Wild Men in Casimir’s Mill (5e); A Hundred Dead Babies

[Review] Imperial Matchmaker (D&D 5e) Pt. I; Hills are for dying on

[Adventure]Imperial Matchmaker (2020)Mike Myler (StormBunny Studios)Lvls 3 – 12   Disclaimer: I’m three beers into a review. Also sponsored content. A wise man once said Victory is its own defeat. The long years in the muck, living on hate, pall malls and water, doing 10 part reviews of Avalanche products for an audience of ghosts seem … More [Review] Imperial Matchmaker (D&D 5e) Pt. I; Hills are for dying on

[Review] Beings from Beyond (5e) Pt. II; “…and the courage never to submit or yield.”

Part III: Incandescents “To the ear of Ozymandian came tales of the thing that hailed from the bright firmament; the breaker of chains and smiter of evil. It was said that it parted time with slender fingers, and returned curses with shimmering eyes, and wielded weapons of light whose touch was annihilation. And Ozymandian was … More [Review] Beings from Beyond (5e) Pt. II; “…and the courage never to submit or yield.”

[Review] Beings From Beyond (5e) Pt. I: I sung of Chaos and Eternal Night…

[Campaign Option] Beings From Beyond (2019) Ben Evans (Kickstarted) Summary: Fire on the Velvet Horizon + Nephandum + Planescape Atop the peak of a white mountain, two warriors in red and white armour duel. In moments, the white is slain, his body tumbling down the slope. There is a crack of lightening on the mountainside, … More [Review] Beings From Beyond (5e) Pt. I: I sung of Chaos and Eternal Night…

[Review] Saving Saxham (DnD 5e); Last Wish for A New Age?

[Adventure] Saving Saxham (2018) Joseph Robert Lewis (Dungeon Age Adventures) Levels 1 – 3 Disclaimer: Sponsored Content The village of Saxham has been struck by a terrible curse! Or perhaps it’s being terrorized by demons, ghosts, and the undead? Or… was there a terrible storm? Maybe? No one seems to know exactly what happened here. … More [Review] Saving Saxham (DnD 5e); Last Wish for A New Age?

[Review] Horror at Milltown (D&D 5e); Making Friends

[Adventure] Horror at Milltown (2018) Donald MacVittie (Hellebarde Games) Levels 3 – 5 Summary: Dawn of the Dead + DnD + Easy Mode Disclaimer: Sponsored Content. I was approached by Don Macvittie, a collaborator on Gary Gygax’s Yggsburgh (part of E.G.G’s lamentably never completed Castle Zagyg megadungeon project) with the question if I would be … More [Review] Horror at Milltown (D&D 5e); Making Friends