Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Stellarium of the Vinteralf

Just in time for the bone-chilling cold we're experiencing here in Toronto, Michael Atlin and I have put together a winter themed one-page dungeon, the Stellarium of the Vinteralf.

http://www.trilemma.com/blog/adventures/Stellarium%20of%20the%20Vinteralf.pdf
It's system neutral, and will adapt easily to games like D&D, Pathfinder, or Torchbearer with a few notes in the margin.

Enjoy!

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UPDATE: Here's the map art from the one-pager:

5 comments:

  1. Half my group is suddenly missing for our weekly campaign, but the other half still desperately wants to get together. This will make an excellent one or two shot for my flaky party. Thank you for posting this! #subscribed for future adventures!

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    1. Oh great, hope you have fun with it. There are plenty of others already written, click on the 'adventure' tag!

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  2. How do you play this, I don't see any stats for monsters, traps, etc.

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    1. Justin, these are primarily for games where it's easy to stat on the fly, such as early D&D editions, Dungeon World, Maze Rats, Torchbearer, etc.

      Having said that, the compendium that was Kickstarted in May will have companion PDF documents with stats for 5e, Dungeon World and B/X, so that's one approach.

      Another approach (e.g. in the meantime) is to simply use 'similar monster' stats from whatever system you're using. Vinteralf could use Hobgoblin or Bugbear stats, perhaps, and Jokun could be a medium or small white dragon.

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