Black Friday 2022: Troll Lord Games
It's that time of the year again. May our wallets survive.
Here are some Troll Lord Games adventures and supplements I've found useful and enjoyable, although I do not run Castle & Crusaders system.
I found most of TLG stuff to have minor errors (e.g. typos, location missing on a map, etc.). Also, most of the modules do require prep. Despite that, I found below worthy of mentioning.
- Goblins of Mount Shadow A messy module with plenty to pull out of. Fey focused. Bryce's review.
- A2 Slag Heap. Villages & factions. Bryce's review.
- A9 The Helm of Night. Besiege a fortress of evil. Bryce's review.
- S4 A Lion in the Ropes. Slow horror. Bryce's review.
- Lost City of Gaxmoor (digital and isometric maps). A city that was gone for a thousand years reappears. Of course it's full of shit that wants to kill nosy adventurers. Plane of chaos breach the reality from time to time.
- The Long Valley. Valley surrounding Gaxmoor.
- Chaos Touched. Additional random encounters for chaos breaches. Intended to be used with Gaxmoor, but can be adapted for any area.
- Undercaverns of Gaxmoor (maps). This one progresses timeline quite a bit, returning Gaxmoor into the hands of good. I just used it to steal what is underneath.
- Bluffside City on the Edge (maps). I like cities. A bit dense, but full of stuff to use. Eight districts & undercity.
- Bluffside: Right Under our Noses. A free adventure set in Bluffside.
- Storyteller's Dictionary. Since I'm not a native speaker, I appreciate having fantasy-focused dictionary.
- Storyteller's Thesaurus. Same as above.
- Arms and Armor. One can never have enough armaments.
- Book of Names. Same as above. Not as good as Judges Guild Treasury of Archaic Names, but I still found some I liked.
- Towers of Adventure Master. 15 empty towers.
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