Am I the only person who was sorely disappointed by this cover? Not because the quality, but because the fight shown wasn't in the magazine. I see this cover and since I'd read the previews for Dungeon, I automatically start thinking "Holy crap, low level PCs fighting gargantuan burrowing worms! How the hell did Paizo pull this off in 3.5 without it being an auto TPK?"
Issue arrives and no giants worms for the PCs to fight. :(
|Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal|
I don't know about only person, but if I recall correctly, when it came out I figured it was merely to imply that the Age of Worms was going to be a big thing.
Remember, When Age of Worms came out, it was only the Second AP Paizo had ever done. Prior to Shackled City, Dungeon Magazine actually had a policy against sequential adventures & the AP concept was very much untried & experimental.
So, no, I never expected that issue to actually have a scene where the PC's faced off against gargantuan worms.
Yes, I'm that old...
Frankthedm wrote:Prior to that, the only multi issue adventure set in Dungeon I remember was the 2E Mere of Dead Men.What about "Tortles of the Purple Sage" in Dungeon #6 and #7?
While I have those issues buried somewhere, I had not read them yet so i din't know there were two linked adventures.
I vaguely remember hearing about Flame getting sequels.