Question: DCC #48 - The Adventure Continues...

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Post by goodmangames » Wed Nov 14, 2007 4:46 am

Not under 3.5 rules. But as for the future, I certainly like the format, and readers seem to like it, too.

But what would we call it? "The Adventure Ends: A collection of 20 level 7-9 adventures guaranteed to be TPK's?" ;)
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Post by Blackdirge » Wed Nov 14, 2007 3:11 pm

goodmangames wrote:But what would we call it? "The Adventure Ends: A collection of 20 level 7-9 adventures guaranteed to be TPK's?" ;)
Well, that depends, will I be doing the monsters for the next one? :twisted:

I got my contributor's copy a couple of days ago, and I'm lamenting the fact that I don't have time anymore to actually play D&D: there are some great adventures in there. :(

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Post by CharlieRock » Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:51 pm

I got THE call today.
The call from my LGS.
DCC#48 has arrived and is waiting for me to swoop down and get it.
8)

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Post by CharlieRock » Fri Nov 16, 2007 5:04 am

CharlieRock wrote:I got THE call today.
The call from my LGS.
DCC#48 has arrived and is waiting for me to swoop down and get it.
8)
Got it. 8)

Love the Xcrawl extra. :D

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Ordered

Post by joela » Sun Nov 18, 2007 3:18 pm

joela wrote:
goodmangames wrote:
Only one more week to go. Yay!

Actually, it'll probably be a bit longer since since B&N and Borders usually get rpg stuff weeks after the FLGSs receive their shipments.
Ordered from Amazon. Same with WFF2. And pre-ordered Castle Whiterock as well. Can't wait!
What do you mean no?

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Got it!

Post by joela » Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:39 am

joela wrote:
Ordered from Amazon.
Received it on Monday and reviewed it last night. Sweet....
What do you mean no?

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Post by CharlieRock » Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:43 am

This one is nice. I can keep bouncing the team back and forth between this one and the first. What with all the deaths and stuff. :twisted:

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Death

Post by joela » Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:48 am

CharlieRock wrote:This one is nice. I can keep bouncing the team back and forth between this one and the first. What with all the deaths and stuff. :twisted:
Death...is good. :wink:
What do you mean no?

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Post by Ogrepuppy » Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:50 pm

CharlieRock wrote:This one is nice. I can keep bouncing the team back and forth between this one and the first. What with all the deaths and stuff. :twisted:
LOL

Priceless.

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Post by tacojohn4547 » Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:33 pm

goodmangames wrote:Not under 3.5 rules. But as for the future, I certainly like the format, and readers seem to like it, too.

But what would we call it? "The Adventure Ends: A collection of 20 level 7-9 adventures guaranteed to be TPK's?" ;)

How about:

The Adventure Continues - The Lost Levels: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 level 7-9 adventures...

or

The Adventure in Full Swing: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 level 7-9 adventures...

followed by...

The Adventure Concludes: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 adventures for levels 10-14.

Ya know, extend the series out further, have some tie-ins back to the two earlier hardcovers. Together, there'd be years and years of DCC goodness to be had.

just my 2 CP worth.

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Re: Death

Post by Ken Hart » Fri Nov 30, 2007 6:49 pm

joela wrote:
CharlieRock wrote:This one is nice. I can keep bouncing the team back and forth between this one and the first. What with all the deaths and stuff. :twisted:
Death...is good. :wink:
Yes, there are a number of good ways to die in this collection. {Insert evil DM laughter} MUAHAHAHAHA!

Thanks, I'm glad you like it. Feel free to ask any questions or add more comments.

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Writer: "Madness at the Mutilated Oak," DCC #48: The Adventure Continues;
DCC #52: Chronicle of the Fiend

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Post by tacojohn4547 » Wed Jan 02, 2008 8:49 am

tacojohn4547 wrote:
goodmangames wrote:Not under 3.5 rules. But as for the future, I certainly like the format, and readers seem to like it, too.

But what would we call it? "The Adventure Ends: A collection of 20 level 7-9 adventures guaranteed to be TPK's?" ;)

How about:

The Adventure Continues - The Lost Levels: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 level 7-9 adventures...

or

The Adventure in Full Swing: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 level 7-9 adventures...

followed by...

The Adventure Concludes: a hardbound collection of 15 to 20 adventures for levels 10-14.

Ya know, extend the series out further, have some tie-ins back to the two earlier hardcovers. Together, there'd be years and years of DCC goodness to be had.

just my 2 CP worth.

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Bump.

(just because I was in the neighborhood, you know) :wink:

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