Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by reverenddak » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:33 am

Skars wrote:Co-signed, the artwork is gorgeous. Well done Geoffrey. I'm starting with sailors on the starless sea and taking them into the Isle of the Unknown from there. I plan on using Carcosa as another dimension or dream world where occasionally the characters will have to adventure.
That's exactly what I did with my group. After Sailors, I shipwrecked them on the Isle!

I just got wind of a "Dungeon of the Unknown"... I'm very anxious to see what that is about...
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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by Raven_Crowking » Fri Jan 11, 2013 12:13 pm

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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by Skars » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:27 pm

reverenddak wrote:
Skars wrote:Co-signed, the artwork is gorgeous. Well done Geoffrey. I'm starting with sailors on the starless sea and taking them into the Isle of the Unknown from there. I plan on using Carcosa as another dimension or dream world where occasionally the characters will have to adventure.
That's exactly what I did with my group. After Sailors, I shipwrecked them on the Isle!

I just got wind of a "Dungeon of the Unknown"... I'm very anxious to see what that is about...
Hah, very cool. I was planning on having them end up near 0712 where I will present the various pembrooktonshire plot hooks. Thanks to DCC, LotFP, and all the great third party support I have not just a ton of great material for my campaign but a bunch to build upon. Some of the latest products have me creating all kinds of new encounters and adventures for the group. Now, if we could just manage to put life on the side to play more games...

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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by Geoffrey » Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:14 pm

reverenddak wrote:I just got wind of a "Dungeon of the Unknown"... I'm very anxious to see what that is about...
It is a small (less than 10,000 words) module that puts forward what I myself want in a module. Nobody was writing the exact sort of module I wanted, so I was forced to put my hand to the wheel. :mrgreen:

The Dungeon of the Unknown is set on the coast of hex 2214 of the Isle of the Unknown (though of course it can be plunked anywhere in any campaign world). As with the Isle as a whole, all the monsters and magic-users in the dungeon are unique and never-before-seen.

The module is set-up in such a way that it can be used with characters as high as 10th level and as low as 1st level (or indeed even 0-level PCs).

The module was significantly inspired by this blog post:
http://apaladinincitadel.blogspot.com/2 ... -work.html

The Dungeon of the Unknown is like B1: In Search of the Unknown, only more so. It can be used with little or no study beforehand. I think any experienced referee who spends 15 minutes browsing through the module will be able to run it with no problems.
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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by Crimsontree » Sat Jan 12, 2013 2:32 am

Is the Dungeon of the Unkown a module that is for sale?

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Re: Anyone running LOTFP modules with DCC??

Post by reverenddak » Sat Jan 12, 2013 9:08 am

Crimsontree wrote:Is the Dungeon of the Unkown a module that is for sale?
Not yet.
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