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The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children

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The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children was LotFP's Free RPG Day 2013 release, and is presented here as a Pay What You Want item. If you want to pay $0.00 for it, no problem.

However, without financial pressures of keeping the page count down for the print version, the layout for this PDF edition has been redone from scratch (the print version was 36 pages + cover).

Half of all income from PDF sales here go straight to the graphic designer who did this work. The other half goes to the publisher/adventure author to invest in future releases.

About The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children:

LotFP’s 2013 Free RPG Day adventure, Better Than Any Man, was banned by many game stores around the world. The adventure was even accused by one participating store as being about “killing children.”

It wasn’t; but people see what they want to see, and because LotFP wants to work with retailers and be a publisher that produces what retailers want to see, we have decided that per that store's wishes, this year's Free RPG Day adventure should be about the killing of children.

Not to worry though—they are freaky crystal-headed children. Inhuman RPG cannon-fodder. ‘Monsters.’ So it’s okay. They deserve it. So you can have fun carving them up. Right?

A LotFP Weird Fantasy Role-Playing adventure for characters of any level. As the title indicates, it is a dungeon crawl.

Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Role-Playing is the horrific adventure RPG out of Finland that holds nothing back. It is part of the Old School Renaissance family of games, which makes this adventure broadly compatible with dozens of other old school games.

If you find The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children a sufficiently guilty pleasure, look for other LotFP adventures and supplements right here on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow!

 
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October 19th, 2016
If you like gonzo and dungeoncrawling with hints of perversion, this adventure's for you. This was too random for my tastes, altought the tables did have some interesting entries in them. But it's free, so no complaining. Also, surprise end of t [...]
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June 24th, 2016
I had the pleasure of playing this in a one shot with a great Referee. The setting stayed true to the "weird" that LotFP is known for. It was interesting and not so combat oriented. The exploration and puzzles were wild, and the overall exper [...]
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February 5th, 2016
This was the first adventure I've run with this game, and works amazing. I used to literally almost step by step and it worked excellently. And I used my usual group game and a couple of sessions of play away from home with strangers and the result was [...]
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December 26th, 2015
The introductory section of the adventure is fine, but the rest is incredibly bad and obviously phoned in nonsense. The final random table entry reads to the effect of, "12. I'm bored with these stupid pointless tables, you think of something.&quo [...]
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August 31st, 2015
This module for Free RPG day has really nice art, a really nice layout and map. The module itself deals with what you believe to be an ancient stone, but what is actually some sort of complex alien machine whose purpose is well beyond your knowledge. [...]
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Product Information
Silver seller
Rule System(s)
Pages
58
ISBN
978-952-5904-86-4
Publisher Stock #
LFP0036
File Size:
5.17 MB
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File Last Updated:
July 21, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on July 21, 2014.