I opened the page and it looks great but I cannot seem to save the file. I can print but not save. Any idea why that would be. I was able to save your other files and they are awesome.
Thank you for all this work and thank you for doing Lost City. I plan to do a Frog God Games campaign after I finished what I am doing now and I am not sure where I am going to start and now I might just use this adventure to get the characters to 7th level before start Slumbering Tsar.
Thanks again. I love everything you do and look forward to more of these old school modules brought to Pathfinder.
Also, have you considered adding the adventure from Dungeon Magazine 142 - Masque of Dream. It appears to be a 1st level adventure.
EDIT: I see you used art from the dungeon magazine and I have not read your adventure yet. Looks like you probably have it covered.
I just managed to download all bar B4 - G2 is stunning! I've adapted G1, but have simply substitued in encounters of a suitable EL, essentially sticking notes into my original to modify the monsters and little else. Your adaptation is complete.
B4 doesn't want to download (one of the issues of only having access to 3G internet) so I'll have to try again later when the stars are right.
daemonslye, all your conversions/re-imaginings are top-notch! They spark new life into those old adventures and at the same time re-capture the flavor, great work!
I'm planning on incorporating a few of them into my next campaign right after Kingmaker (which can't end soon enough). I've already had a couple of them printed and bound in preparation.
Awesome work once again!
BTW, in an older post you asked what other conversions one would like to see. If you're still accepting requests; Ravenloft (original I6), The Ghost Tower of Inverness, the L series (Secret of Bonehill, Assassin's Knot, Deep Dwarven Delve), Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth, and of course ToHs would be welcome. Also, I'd like to see you finish the Slave Lord's series!
I know these conversions take you some time to finish and we appreciate all your hard work.
@Darth: I (now) use Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Much better than MS Publisher and Elements (I switched over at Castle Amber). This is kind of why I am dragging my feet with PiH, I can't image going back to MS Pub.
I went ahead and fixed some of the more obvious errors - the ones pointed out by cliff and a few others (I reduced the number of brothers, maidens, and magi but did not change the text, also a few other fixes). The new doc is uploaded.
Not sure what I will do next. Will try to convince myself to finish Paladin - I may just need to convert it to InDesign and freshen it up.
|Dr. Johnny Fever
Temple of Elemental Evil... Muahhahahaha
This. After Paladin In Hell I would be in conversion heaven (actually I guess I already am after reading Lost City, but still...) if ToEE were the next to get Daemonslye's attention.
The mind boggles at the possibilities of what that might look like.
|Greg A. Vaughan Frog God Games
|Dr. Johnny Fever
Just noticed that G2 Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant Jarl still seems to be slightly unfinished...the Character Details for the pregens on page 50 is very incomplete, with a lot of "TBD" hanging around on there.
And if you're still taking request, I have the king whopper of all requests: Return to the Tomb of Horrors.
|Dr. Johnny Fever
Wow, Daemonslye, these are awesome. It's been a looooong time since I've looked at those old modules (yes modules! not adventures! modules were what they were called!) but you've really knocked it out of the park. I seriously can't imagine the work that went into each one of these. Thumbs up on a job well done.
This. Conversion. Is. Absolutely. Fantastic!
How did you find the right art for the Cynidiceans? Great stuff!
I own a copy of both the original B4, which I always thought was a cool adventure module, but also a copy of Elder Evils for D&D v.3.5 which features a chapter on the Cynidiceans and Zargon. I really, really like what you accomplished here daemonslye!
Hi, I would also be very grateful for a copy of the conversion document, as I can't see it anywhere on this forum. Is it still knocking about somewhere, or did it get knocked on the head due to copyright? I ran a party through your Paladin in Hell conversion, and it worked great! Thanks for your hard work!