modules that easily fit on the Purple Planet?

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modules that easily fit on the Purple Planet?

Post by Kruvil » Mon Nov 16, 2015 4:44 pm

I'm going to start with the 0 level funnel. What DCC adventures fit well on the Purple Planet with just minor tweaking needed? Any suggestions?

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Re: modules that easily fit on the Purple Planet?

Post by ragboy » Wed Nov 18, 2015 9:07 am

Kruvil wrote:I'm going to start with the 0 level funnel. What DCC adventures fit well on the Purple Planet with just minor tweaking needed? Any suggestions?
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Re: modules that easily fit on the Purple Planet?

Post by MutoX » Wed Dec 02, 2015 6:19 pm

Really any of the Modules with a little imagination could be set on the Purple Planet, in "Sailors" The keep could be a blasted out ancient kith stronghold, the beastmen, mutants instead.

"The Savage Kings" could be interesting as well the village could be a kith village (which would make the distrustful villagers more distrustful due to the heros being non-kith) the Jarl a warlord instead.

Any dungeon is a hook to go underground to avoid the weirdling sun and/or roving warbands.

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Re: modules that easily fit on the Purple Planet?

Post by catseye yellow » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:13 pm

just like mutox said. only straight urban things like carnifex, blades against death or jeweler that dealt in stardust would need more work.

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