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New update, I put Keep on the Borderlands (B2, the ollld and most played D&D module of all time) up. Coming soon: the A series, and the rest of the Giant series.

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New update' date=' I put Keep on the Borderlands (B2, the ollld and most played D&D module of all time) up. Coming soon: the A series, and the rest of the Giant series.[/quote']

 

Cool. One of my favorite old D&D adventures. Actually, I used it a few months ago in my FH campaign after converting myself. It'll be interesting to see someone else's take on the conversion.

 

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Any plans to do G3: Hall of the Fire Giant King (and maybe the D series and Q1)?

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G3 is on the way, it's going to take a bit to finish. I don't plan on the D series, or if I do it wouldn't be much like the D&D one.

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Added another scenario, an adaptation of an old Dragon Magazine contest winning module from the early 80s called Citadel By The Sea. The adventure is an expansion of the Eisburg-Beyond-The-Shoals adventure in Fantasy Hero Battlegrounds but can be used as a stand alone.

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CTaylor, nice job on this excellent resource. I already ran one of your adventures (The Tomb of Rakosh) and my players really enjoyed it.

 

We have an all-day Saturday game upcoming, and I plan to run another one then.

 

FYI, the US: The Final Enemy link seems to be broken. At least, it says the file can't be found.

 

This is NOT a complaint; I just want all of your excellent work. :thumbup:

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I've added a great old module conversion, Treasure Hunt by Aaron Allston. In the original you start with 0 level AD&D characters, in this conversion you have 0 points base and 50 points in disads. Survive the island and the treasure hunters!

 

Also, I updated the Keep on the Borderlands module, adding in a folio of premade characters I used for my failed attempt at the local gaming shop to get a game going and teach how to play Fantasy Hero. If I do that again, I'll use Treasure Hunt instead.

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I should have said so before and am saying so now... This is a great site! :thumbup: It's rep time!

 

As for keep on the borderlands... that was just too tempting not to download! :D

 

(Great suggestion above putting the link in your sig actually!)

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OK one more adventure up, this one is B1: In Search of the Unknown. This is the oldest module ever printed by TSR (as far as I know), hailing back to 1978. I've changed the map slightly and filled out the module (rather than leaving the rooms for the GM to fill out).

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