Adventures in Blackmoor (Dungeons & Dragons Module DA1) [Dave L. Arneson, David J. Ritchie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Adventures in Blackmoor modscans/ Did you Play or DM this adventure (or both. A page saddlestitched book with loose cover and a foldout map. This is the first Mystara/Blackmoor supplement. Blackmoor has an odd history. It was first a.

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Reset Fields Log in. What were the highlights for your group? Deep into the Great Dismal Swamp they must go – far from sunlight and sanity – there to seek and acventures the captive baroness from the foul Monks of the Swamp.

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I prefer DA3, a fun little ride. The Duchy of Ten? That’s what Zugzul bade the Afridhi call the evil artifact that he had taught them to make. I feel that each of these version of Blackmoor is but a representive of David Arneson’s vision. I always felt like Arneson and Ritchie were really more interested in writing a sourcebook than an adventure. So the Afridhi did as they were bade. Monday, 18th May, We would have to wait untill to see the module available in print.

Thursday, 3rd May, Temple of the Frog and City of the Gods are quite a bit better, in terms of adventure content.

Originally Posted by diaglo. The campaign material and npc information is far, far more interesting and useful than the adventure itself, and takes up the bulk of the book.


Into this time of black despair, there steps a band of adventurers who cluth strange swords and wear most curious armor – and who claim that Blackmoor sank beneath the ice 3, years ago!

In fact, as I recall chances are pretty slim that the party will even make it inside. Yet they could have been connected using this series of adventures. Temple of the Frog has some fun concepts who wouldn’t love a temple full of cultists and killer frogs in the middle of the swamp. The Duchy of Ten Type: The real drawback is that the city is so huge, navigating it is so difficult, and the PCs chances of remaining undetected so small, that without some major DM handwaving their not likely to make it far enough to encounter the most interesting stuff.

I’ve read it, but not run it. But which is the ‘true’ Blackmoor?

Beyond the realm of the Egg, the hated Skandaharian Raiders are building longships and preparing to fall upon Blackmoor’s unprotected coast while its tiny army turns to meet these other threats.

Gary Gygax later added a Duchy of Tehn to his own Greyhawk though with little resemblance to Dave’s realm. The player characters are transported from their “modern” time to the time of Blackmoor and must rescue King Uther from The Prison Out of Time.

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Well, the Afridhi are kind of interesting. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. The Temple of the Frog was based on locations used in Dave Arneson’s campaign in the early s during the time when the group were banished from Blackmoor Town itself after loosing the Castle to invading forces. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Results 1 to 10 of Adventures in Blackmoor is an interesting variation on the site based adventure, you explore the Blackmoor Comeback Inn in at least three different eras.


The City of the Gods was first introduced in Dave Arneson’s campaign and this adventure location proved particularly deadly to his PCs.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The adventure is largely just a means of getting the PC’s from the “modern-day” Known World to Blackmoor in the far, far past.

New magic unlike any ever encountered in Blackmoor.

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Originally Posted by rogueattorney. If divorced from the plot and used as mini-settings, they are quite nice. The first part of the adventure takes place in a dungeon setting.

DA4, as mentioned by the previous poster, didn’t really have much to do with Blackmoor, and wasn’t really remarkable.