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So, check out what Robert Dunham over at Shard World made using the Coliseum at Ruthens Falls!
He’s taken the Coliseum map, keyed it and wrote up a nice two page adventure called the Forgotten Temple of the Plaguebringer. It’s a sweet PDF, very nicely presented. The whole thing is written up for Adventurer Conqueror King, but that means it works fine with just about any D&D-alike out there – particularly the B/X based games.
And as a bonus, he wrote up his group’s actual play for the adventure. The adventure and actual play are available here.
I love seeing people making good (great!) use of my maps. If you’ve had the opportunity to run a game using one of my maps and have an actual play report or a write-up of the adventure that you used, let me know!
In other cool news, Talysman the Ur-Beatle over at the Nine and Thirty Kingdoms was inspired by the map of level 8 that I posted last week. Well, not so much the map as the little details I had drawn into the cross-hatching.
He ran with the concept and wrote up a bunch of random tables for stuff you might find while digging into the walls of the dungeon
Very cool stuff!
Kevin Campbell said:
I got around to reading the Plaguebringer adventure today. Lot’s of moody descriptions in just 11 rooms. Very cool!