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|The Arms of Nargash Tor||This is a Palladium scenario for up to eight first level characters, six second level characters, four third level characters or any combination thereof. It is designed to be an introduction to those players with little or no fantasy role-playing experience.|
|Northwood Map||Rhaznor Stronghold
Level 1 & 2 Map
|Rhaznors Stronghold Lower Level Map||Ruined Temple & Kobold Traps||Town of Ac|
TSR - Advanced Dungeon & Dragons
is an AD&D adventure for 4-5 PCs of levels 10-12 (about 50 total levels). It is set in
a Celtic campaign land, but it does not follow exactly the guidelines of the Celts
Author and copyright: Willie
AD&D module is for a party of five or six 1st-level adventurers of good alignment (at
least 4 total levels). A small supply of +1 magical weapons will be on loan to them for
the adventure, as well as some NPC allies.
Author and copyright: Willie Walsh
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Swarm is an AD&D adventure set in Rhorton's Grove, a small town in a wet river valley.
The adventure is designed for a group of 35 PCs of levels 5-7 (25 total levels). Inclusion
of a spellcaster is strongly recommended but not necessary.
Author and copyright: Lorri E. Hulbert
|The Fiends of Tethyr||"Fiends
of Tethyr" is an AD&D adventure for 5-7 PCs of levels 6-8 (about 42 total
levels). It is set in the Forgotten Realms nation of Tethyr, but could easily be placed in
other game worlds. The adventure is best suited for good-aligned PCs.
Author and copyright: David Howery
|The Rose of Jumlat||"The
Rose of Jumlat" is an adventure for a group of 3 or more PCs of levels 37 (about 22
levels total). A well-balanced party of good or neutrally aligned characters works best.
Author and copyright: Jeroen
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|Tulips of the Silver Moon||"Tulips
of the Silver Moon" is an AD&D adventure for four to six non-evil aligned PCs of
5th-7th level (about 30 total levels). Any mix of races and classes is acceptable,
although a ranger or character with tracking proficiency could be of great value, as would
Author and copyright: Steve Loken
Artwork: Steven Schwartz
Day" is a light-hearted AD&D game adventure for 4-8 PCs of level 1 or 2 (about 10
levels total). The scenario can also work well for a single PC of level 4 or 5. A wizard
character with the spellcraft nonweapon proficiency can help the party's mission
considerably, but observant PCs can succeed as well. The adventure's setting is any medium
or large city of the DM's choosing. The adventure presumes the use of the optional rule on
Author and copyright: Paul F. Culotta