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    FP2 – Under Castle Modum $3.00
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    FP2 – Under Castle Modum
    Publisher: Adventures in Filbar
    by Celeste C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 01/26/2019 23:23:14

    i run a game for 4-6 players and the last couple of adventures I had done with them were heavily role play and problem solving centered. I had the feeling my players would enjoy an old school dungeon crawl with a lot of monster encounters, and this certainly fit what I was going for. I was able to tie it to my ongoing campaign which resolves around my PC's trying to investigate possible locations of powerful magic items to keep them out of the hands of an evil cult and the demons they serve. We played this adventure in 6-8 hours and had a very good time. It is definitely as I remembered playing D and D in the mid 80's. I had little problem fitting this into 5e just use new stat blocks for monsters and have at it.

    [4 of 5 Stars!]
    FP2 – Under Castle Modum
    Publisher: Adventures in Filbar
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 01/10/2014 11:49:16

    A ruined castle to explore, long-derelict remains of an ancient war... where mysterious lights and legends of buried wonders have brought several bands to explore including your part... a perfect setting for some low level (1st-3rd) adventuring fun.

    Apart from a general introduction there are no specific hooks to get your party in there, still a ruin with rumours of treasure should do the trick for any red-blooded adventurers. There's a clear map and good room descriptions with all the necessary details provided to run the adventure... including the other explorers, who are to be found at various points and tend not to be interested in collaboration!

    In this company's usual style, there are a couple of photographs to illustrate the setting, useful for showing your players what their characters see (although my players are familiar with the castle gatehouse depicted: it's a location I know well and have been using in dungeons for some 30 years!).

    This is an enjoyable low-level adventure that would feature nicely early in an adventuring party's career.

    [5 of 5 Stars!]
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