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Castle Ravenloft Adventure – Hunt For The Fiend

Well, as promised, I am releasing my Castle Ravenloft Campaign, “Hunt for the Fiend”, which is the proof-of-concept design that will show you, by example, how to build compelling adventures to extend the lifespan of the Dungons and Dragons: Castle Ravenloft Board Game.

Aventuras en la Marca del Este

By Paco Garcia Jaen Spain has produced many fine games for a very long time. Aquelarre, Ragnarok. Mutantes en la Sombra, Superheroes Inc. and many others. This, together with an immense wealth of overseas games that inundated our bookshops in the late 80’s and early 90’s, propitiated a terrific and thriving scene that’s still very…
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The Temple of the Chained Demon

The author of this adventure is unknown. If you know him/her (or if indeed you are he/she), please do contact us. A campaign for 1-3 4th-8th level characters, 1 a wizard (an NPC mage will do). This is a two-quest campaign. The first quest involves rescuing a princess from a tower controlled by an evil wizard, the second quest involves reaching a certain temple before the wizard’s brother can free the Demon locked inside of it.

Castle Ravenloft. A different review.

This game has straight A’s as far as the miniatures go. Any game that provides the same miniatures that the stand alone Dungeon & Dragons Miniatures Game provides can never be questioned. This game does just that, it provides the buyer with 41 unpainted minis that are identical to the D&D Minis line. The miniatures are a gem to paint for any of you painters out there, and the fine detail sculpted into each character or creature is excellent.

Draconic Lore

Passing by a couple of pages tabulating and categorising the dragons herein, we come to a Welcome! which explains both that this is the first softcover book in the Legends and Lore series (although preceded by several hardbacks) and something about the contents. The dragon, of course, is THE iconic fantasy monster, and one which characters, however powerful, ought to fear. Some of the dragons presented here are designed to be just that, the fearsome end-of-campaign climactic challenge