Finally, someone else has published something I've written!
This is amazing. I can't believe it.
So, if you think I'm full of crap-here's an example of how I'd write a good module. I've been
Eyrie of the Dread Eye!
It's 56 (!) pages, an homage to the Forbidden City. It's available from Drive Thru RPG in .pdf and Print (coming soon!). There's a plan in place to get .pdf price is deducted if you decide to get the print on demand in two weeks!
I've been writing about the classic style gaming for over a decade now. What do I do when I have the reigns for designing a high or mid-level module? Here's an adventure for high level characters that doesn't involve a stupid corridor of unavoidable fights or complete nullification of the players powers. Oh! Bullet points!
- A quest beyond the Dark Wall!
- An adventure with an assumption of dynamic encounters?
- Climbing AND Wyverns. Together! It's like peanut butter and jelly!
- An ancient 400' tall statue, guarding a hidden eyrie. How will the players activate or bypass the mysterious mechanism?
- A city filled with factions, each ripe for exploitation.
- Opportunities for players to get unique and powerful treasures!
- It's written for Adventurer Conqueror King, so it's completely off-the-shelf compatible with not only the one of the best clones ever written, but also seemlessly used with any Basic/Expert Dungeons and Dragons compatible system.
It's 4.99! This is a discount on when the Print on Demand comes out in a week! 5e version and Print on demand coming soon!
My first book published guys. I've got more coming out soon, but this one is first. I poured myself into it.
Am I full of crap, or is this a good mid-high level adventure? Only one way to find out, and it's pretty cheap. Eyrie of the Dread Eye, available for the pittance of 4.99! Bonus materials coming to Patreon!
Happy Birthday to me!
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