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D.A.M.N! Issue 1 - DCC RPG Adventure Magazine and News

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D.A.M.N. (Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG Magazine and News) Issue 1 is a magazine devoted to the publication of adventures, articles, and reviews for DCC RPG. Our premiere issue features the work of Daniel Bishop, Paul Wolfe, Goderic McKellan, David Fisher, and Garett Oliver. 

Forsaken Reavers of Praeder Peak - Paul Wolfe

An adventure for 6 to 10 characters of levels 2 to 4. Taking place in the tropical setting of Praeder Island,  the players will have to brave the harsh wilderness, battle reptile ghuls and uncover a new patron, The Queen of Abominations.

The Mysterious Valley - Daniel J. Bishop

An adventure intended for use as a mini-sandbox. Inspired by the works of the late Ray Harryhausen, the players will learn of the wizard Harhasen. With laboratories beneath his tower, he bred monsters from both Men and Animals.

The Snow Queen - Garett Oliver

An adventure for 4 to 8 4th level characters,  or 4 to 6 6th level characters.

The City of Thalos, built by Elves, was said to be the City of Eternity. The city that was lost under ice,  has now been unearthed by Dwarves. The players must now battle both foes and the winter climate to uncover the mystery of The Snow Queen.

The Barbarian - Godric McKellan

A new warrior inspired class for DCC RPG,  The Barbarian offers players an alternative to the warrior class.

Converting Material to Dungeon Crawl Classics - Daniel J. Bishop

Want to run that favorite module for DCC RPG? Well now you can! Daniel offers the tools you need to convert material from other systems for use in DCC RPG.



      From STRAYCOUCHES PRESS, the producers of Crawl! fanzine, comes a magazine devoted to old-school roleplaying, and to fostering new writers for DCC RPG.

       
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      Customer avatar
      Marzio M June 08, 2014 1:57 pm UTC
      PURCHASER
      When is issue 2 coming??
      Customer avatar
      Chet C December 23, 2013 9:13 pm UTC
      Ought that not be DCCRAMN, or are we stretching things to have the acronym we want? ;)
      Customer avatar
      Dak U December 23, 2013 9:25 pm UTC
      PUBLISHER
      I personally would of went with DCCRPGADVMAGNEW!
      Customer avatar
      Chet C December 24, 2013 5:12 am UTC
      I would've gone with that one too! It's so Darned Easy to pronounce! And I think it's the name of the next villain in the next X-Men comic, whatever that comic will be.
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      James W January 19, 2014 3:20 pm UTC
      The title goes perfectly with "Crawl!" "DAMN!"
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