The Torchbearer blog [https://www.torchbearerrpg.com/?p=532] linked two good old-school-style adventures today: The Beacon at Enon Tor, and Skogenby (included with Torchbearer).
I'm borrowing Tales from the Yawning Portal from my friend @Seacitygamer , and I've got B1 (In Search of the Unknown) and A0-4 I mentioned earlier.
What other OSR-style adventures should I be taking a look at?
White Plume Mountain is also revised in the Yawning Portal, I think... And Hommlet I *know* I've seen.
Where can I find your work?
@blinks sadly it is lost in the shit show that is g+ now. The search feature is terrible.
I still have some paper notes somewhere.
Largely it is about reducing the dungeons to thematic areas and building out the test/challenges from there.
That kind of thing is exactly the kind of adaptation I'm looking for! Perhaps just a picture of your notes?
@blinks Yeah, I am cleaning up the game/art room this weekend. So I'll see what I can dig up for ya.
Purple Wyrm Graveyard by Tony Dowler is the best by far!
I also recommend looking outside dnd stuff too.
I used a couple MERP modules and those worked well (Ghosts on Anduin? Mirkwood Supplements).
I want to try taking some classic runequest stuff (Haunted Hills, Snakepipe Hollow) and use that if/when I play Torchbearer again.
@questingace Tony's just generally excellent, I'll have to give it a look! (This one, yeah? http://tonydowler.com/projects/purple-worm-graveyard/)
I'm mostly looking for dungeons to try with my own OSR system. 😛
That's the one! It's one of my favorites, I'm sad I lost my slim physical copy somewhere. :(
Oh, my bad, I thought it was a TB question. Haha. :P
@questingace No worries, you still gave a great answer. :)
@blinks Matt Finch's _Tomb of the God_ is one of my favorite OSR style adventures. It was recently done for 5e, but look for the original Swords & Wizardry version.
@blinks er, that's Tomb of the _Iron_ God 😅
Five adventures in the Tannòch isles.
Just a dungeon -- primarily around keeping that old-school feel while removing the toil and vagaries of the old school rules.
Gonna get the finished product on itch.io? That's where I'd put that kind of work!
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