Dungeon Issue #84

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The Harrowing
by Monte Cook
One sacrifice could spell the end of Lolth's superemacy in the Demonweb and the beginning of a whole new order. A D&D adventure for 15th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 10–20.

Demonclaw
by Peter R. Hopkins
A wizard's hideous transformation spells trouble for the kingdom of Nyrond. A D&D adventure for 5th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 2–8.

The Dying of the Light
by Chris Doyle
Sharpen your stakes and shine your mirrors: the hunt begins at dawn. A D&D adventure for 10th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 5–15.

Dungeon of the Fire Opal
by Jonathan Tweet
Was it destiny or something worse that destroyed the Order of the Opal Fist? A D&D adventure for 3rd-level PCs but adaptable for levels 1–5.

Armistice
by Peter Vinogradov
The war in the mountains might be over, but there's still one more enemy to fight. A D&D adventure for 7th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 3–12.

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One of the best 3rd ed Dungeons ever!

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Monte Cook's The Harrowing sold me on his creative talent. The Dying of the Light is the best vampire adventure I have ever read. Amistace and Demonclaw are very well done and Dungeon of the Fire Opal by Jonathan Tweet (author of the 3rd ed Monster Manual) is an old school treat. I got this one as a subscriber back in 2001 and I want to get another copy since the one I have is falling apart from use!


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The copy for this issue indicates that "The Harrowing" is "a D&D adventure for 15th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 2–8."

Surely that's a misprint.

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 16

I'd guess they forgot to put a 1 in front of the levels. Meaning it's for levels 12-18.


Chris Mortika wrote:

The copy for this issue indicates that "The Harrowing" is "a D&D adventure for 15th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 2–8."

Surely that's a misprint.

Oh yeah.

*pulls out her print copy from her work bag*
For four 15th-level characters, but has a sidebar to stretch it from 10th to 20th.

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Lilith wrote:
Chris Mortika wrote:

The copy for this issue indicates that "The Harrowing" is "a D&D adventure for 15th-level PCs but adaptable for levels 2–8."

Surely that's a misprint.

Oh yeah.

*pulls out her print copy from her work bag*
For four 15th-level characters, but has a sidebar to stretch it from 10th to 20th.

Fixed above. Thanks!

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