[Adventure]Caverns of Thracia (1979)Paul Jaquays (Judges Guild)Lvl 1+ Caverns of Thracia is of legendary status and considered by many to be the greatest adventure of all time. I have been putting it off. I am not ready, I thought. I need to run and read more adventures. Today I am finally ready. Today we are … More [Review] Caverns of Thracia (OD&D); Transition
[Megadungeon]Maze of the Blue Medusa (2016)Zak Sabbath & Patrick StuartLevels 1 – 10 If I am to argue against Artpunk, as is my solemn duty, it is vital that in doing so we reach not only for low-hanging fruit, but to examine it’s most critical darlings. When Maze of the Blue Medusa hit the scene … More [Review] Maze of the Blue Medusa (OSR); Sadhouse Dungeon
[Kilodungeon]T1-4 The Temple of Elemental Evil (1985)Gary Gygax & Frank Metzer (TSR)Lvl 1 – 8+ It’s time. There’s something unique about the history of D&D in that it is littered not only with the creation of enduring classics (GD, S, B2 etc.) but also with blunders, near misses, could-have-beens and adventures that are now forever … More [Review] T1-4 The Temple of Elemental Evil (AD&D); Archaic
Jesus where did we leave off? It’s been a while so I might be out of practice. The meat and potatoes, the solid inner core at the heart of the peach of Barrowmaze is the big fucking megadungeon, 600-700ish rooms of mildewey, cold, dark, ancient tomb between you and the mythical Chaos Tablet, source of … More [Review] Barrowmaze Pt. II (LL); Stonehell.
[Megadungeon]The Complete Barrowmaze (2014)Greg Gilespie (self-published)Lvl 1+ The megadungeondelve continues. In the dawn of the OSR, before the 48.756, the rising of King James and the ruin of the Invoked Molestation, there were in OSRland Greate Megadungeons Four. One of them was the incomparable Stonehell, ten layers deep. One other was the Powerful Anomalous Subsurface … More [Review] The Complete Barrowmaze (LL) Pt. I; Shell
[Megadungeon]StoneHell; Into the Heart of Hell (2014)Michael Curtis (Self-Published)Lvl 1-10+ The second part of Michael Curtis’s Megadungeon magnum opus, the inimitable StoneHell, a 10 level deep, 1000+ room behemoth comprising numerous sub-levels, caverns, tombs, dungeons, settlements, lairs, crevasses, halls and laboratories within its seemingly infinite depths. It continues where Down Night Haunted Halls left off, … More [Review] StoneHell II – Into the Heart of Hell (LL); As Above So Below
[Megadungeon]Stonehell Pt. I; Down Night-Haunted Halls (2009)Michael Curtis (Three-Headed Monster)Lvl 1 – 5+ Beware All Who Enter These Benighted Halls of Stone. Within Lies No Solace Nor Any Comforts of Home. Toiling For Our Crimes We Must Dig Where We Dwell, With No Freedom or Mercy In Our Vast Stony Hell.– Message carved above the … More [Review] Stonehell Pt. I (LL): Down Night-Haunted Halls; Overlord
[Adventure] B4 The Lost City (1982) Tom Moldvay (TSR) Levels 1 – 3 (and beyond) I figure its about time we get back to giving the classics some love. B4 The Lost City by Tom Moldvay is a well-known gem from the B/X library and was ranked #28 on the 30 Greatest DnD adventures of … More [Review] B4 The Lost City (Basic D&D); Pulp fantasy DnD.
[Adventure] Liberation of the Demon Slayer (2013) Venger Satanis (Kor’Thalis Publishing) 0-1 Levels In no way whatsoever suitable for DCC uh I mean (((DCC))) Summary: Lovecraft + Star Trek TOS + Synnabar + 80s DnD Back after a small break and damn have I got something for your sorry eyes today. Liberation of the Demon … More [Review] Liberation of the Demon Slayer (OSR); A Hot Mess
[Megadungeon] Castle Gargantua (2014) Kabuki Kaiser Levels 1 – 10 After reading through multiple haunted house dungeons and ending with something of a an armpit-fart with the decidedly lukewarm The Cursed Chateau, I figured I might as well give this short lived theme a nice send-off and end with something big, bold and impressive. Castle … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Castle Gargantua (Lotfp); Impressionist Gothic Negadungeon