[Review] White Dwarf 30/32: The Curse of the Wildland/Chaos From Mount Dorren (AD&D); Double or nothing.

[Adventure]The Curse of the Wildland (1982)Phil Masters (White Dwarf Magazine #30) Lvl 1 – 2 The White Dwarf Crawl continues. I’ve skipped over issues that have adventures for systems I am completely unfamiliar with (like Travelller) or issues that have adventures that are essentially glorified monster manual entries with a little vignette or set up to … More [Review] White Dwarf 30/32: The Curse of the Wildland/Chaos From Mount Dorren (AD&D); Double or nothing.

[Review] Hyqueous Vaults (OSRIC); True Believers

[Adventure]Hyqueous Vaults (2017)R. Dettman, J.Johnson, G. Fullerton, M.Riedel, A.T. Grohe Jr., A. Zisch (Knights & Knaves Alehouse)Level 3 Knights and Knaves Alehouse is one of those oldschool forums where men fear to thread. The lords and ladies of those hallowed halls have kept their thrones for decades, and their archaic speech is laced with allusions … More [Review] Hyqueous Vaults (OSRIC); True Believers

[Review] Shipwreckers (AD&D 3pp); Versimilitude where is thy sting?

[Adventure]Shipwreckers (1983)S.Stone (Mayfair Games)Lvl 4 – 7 Part of an occupational hazard of reviewing adventures for the internet is that at some point you attain the elfgame equivalent of satori and you begin to get a sense of the cosmic pattern of adventure design, and individual entries start to blur together, becoming points on a … More [Review] Shipwreckers (AD&D 3pp); Versimilitude where is thy sting?

[Review] F3 Many Gates of the Gann (AD&D 1e 3pp); The Sincerest form of Flattery

[Adventure] Many Gates of the Gann (2012) Guy Fullerton (Chaotic Henchman Productions) Levels 3 – 5 Many Gates of the Gann by Guy Fullerton of Chaotic Henchman is that rarest of rare OSR, a product that perfectly captures the spirit of classic modules like Expedition to the Barrier Peaks and Lost Caverns of Tjocanth without ever feeling … More [Review] F3 Many Gates of the Gann (AD&D 1e 3pp); The Sincerest form of Flattery