Caverns of Thracia () – The Original Classic Adventure by Paul Jaquays, with new maps and editing by Bob Bledsaw III. Designed for. Caverns Of Thracia – A Lost Civilization Beneath the lost ruins of Thracia are the vast caverns of a once great civilization. While a death c. The Caverns of Thracia by Paul Jaquays is a good example of why Judges Guild is remembered so fondly by so many of us who started.
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Indeed, 4e’s design is simply, from what I can tell, dancing to the piper rather than calling his tune. While perhaps not large enough to be called a true “megadungeon,” the four levels of the caverns are nevertheless expansive and filled with a wide variety of humanoid factions — a few of them mutually antagonistic — which contributes greatly to the feeling of dynamism the module evokes.
Plus the paper gets wrinkled, or whatever. Monday, March 30,4: Wink Friday, April 03,1: The effort given on the history side, for example, could well have been glossed over. They were running a module, and told me to just roll up a new character.
Caverns of Thracia (Judges Guild #) by Paul Jaquays
Sunday, February 22,9: As the characters find their way into it, this underground society has blended into a melange of strange horrors! Jan 12, Ken rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Caverns of Thracia is an adventure for fantasy role-playing games published by Judges Guild in Just ignore the stats thracla revel in its glory.
Since that time, The Caverns of Thracia has come to be regarded as one of the classics of the genre, particularly within the Old School Renaissance community. Michael von Sacher-Masoch rated it really liked it May 01, The Lost City of Thracia on the surface is rather small, spanning only five pages.
Judges Guild – The Caverns of Thracia
Second, re CR tables: By the way, one-half of all dwarfs speak a language beyond their native one. In their prime, Judges Guild held a great reputation within the gaming community for its varied products.
I’ll also critique Moldvay’s X2 just read it over the holiday. I have a lot of fond memories of The Caverns of Thracia.
Sadly, I am unable to do the same, or even stay on topic. Overall, I found it to be an impressive accessory. But even settling on conventions for seemingly simple things can be challenging.
The Intemperate Jungle My Favorite Character Sheet You might also want to check out the Re- Running the Megadungeon essays, which use a behind-the-scenes peek at this campaign as an example of how to properly run a megadungeon.
A cheap dagger will do just fine.
Caverns of Thracia (Judges Guild #102)
He is currently resting up before a huge convention adventure soon to come! This could also cause something of an issue with running this module as part of an otherwise-homebrewed campaign, cavsrns it’s likely everything else will feel different and not as good as this one module.
The maps are amazing and they contribute heavily to what makes this module the masterpiece that it is.
This dungeon is for characters of levels 2 through 6. It mentions that some unique monsters are to be found within all the better to surprise players who think they know everything!
It’s a game thhracia requires very precise and detailed small squad military tactics. Sunday, February 22,5: Thanks for the outstanding review! I was eventually inspired enough to create my own Egyptian-flavored version of The Caverns of Thracia and, while that dungeon thankfully hasn’t survived, it was an important moment in my education as a budding referee.
Wednesday, April 01,8: