UPDATE (Sept 2012): Barrowmaze has been edited and revised with new internal and back cover art and new maps. Barrowmaze II, the Barrowmaze I and II Illustration booklets, and the poster maps of BM I and II are all now available on RPGnow.
Local villagers whisper of a mysterious place deep in the marsh - a place shrouded in mist and dotted with barrow mounds, ruined columns, and standing stones.... [click here for more]
The Barrowmaze Illustration booklet contains 17 illustrations that are keyed specifically for the Barrowmaze megadungeon. The pages are set for printing on 11x17 to create an illustration booklet.
The illustration booklet will add depth and excitement to the Barrowmaze experience. Every wonder what the Obelisk Room looks like? Want to see the entrance to The Death Vault of the Chosen? Now's your... [click here for more]
Here it is! At last! The sequel to the immensely popular Barrowmaze!
Featuring art by former TSR artist Jim Holloway, alongside new old school artists Cory Hamel, Stefan Poag, Stephen Thompson, and others, Barrowmaze II is full of old-timey dungeon crawling for mid and high level characters. Barrowmaze II can be played as part of Barrowmaze I or used independently.
Barrowmaze II features an expanded... [click here for more]
The Barrowmaze II Illustration booklet contains 17 illustrations that are keyed specifically for the Barrowmaze megadungeon. The pages are set for printing on 11x17 to create an illustration booklet.
The illustration booklet will add depth and excitement to your experience of Barrowmze. Want to see the Resting Place of Palantis? Do you wonder what the door to The Great Temple of Nergal looks like?... [click here for more]
This "special collection" product is intended for distribution to Indiegogo backers; it contains in one package - for the same price - the following products (and nothing more), all now available individually on RPGnow:
Barrowmaze I Illustration Booklet
Barrowmaze II Illustration Booklet
Barrowmaze I and II (combined) Maps ... [click here for more]
Barbarous hyena-men who raid villages and kidnap girl-children? Bah! Unremarkable in our world! But when these raiders retreat safely past ancient sculptures that vaporize intruders, into heretofore unopened vaults believed to hold a weapon of primal terror, and past the gates that guard ancient treasures never beheld by man? Aye! Now these are rumors worthy of adventure! What bold souls will dare... [click here for more]