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DD1 Tower of the Black Sorcerers

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DD2 Dungeons of the Dread Wyrm

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DD3 The Misty Halls of Kalávorka

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DDSQ1 Shipwreck at Har's Point

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Two New DUNGEON DELVE Modules Available Now!

Dungeoneers Guild Games has two new DUNGEON DELVE adventure modules! Each is available for purchase in physical book or digital eBook form. Get your copies now.

DD4 Secret of the Silver Spire

In this fourth DUNGEON DELVE module the players explore the weird Silver Spire. This dimension-shifting tower is a living organism and home to the enigmatic Silver Masters and their ape-men and modron minions. Players have the opportunity to rummage through storeroom with junk collected from all over the multiverse and meddle with strange machinery. Cover art is by Russ Nicholson. Interior art is by Ryan Jack Allred, Jonathan Bingham, Laubenstein, Bradley K. McDevitt, and Stefan Poag.

 

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DD4 Secret of the Silver Spire

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DDS1 The Sacred Temple of Erwadu

This adventure is a classic dungeon crawl through a Sumerian ziggurat. This module has the option two be played on of two way: a “living dungeon” where the players use Sumerian-inspired characters on a mission in the temple; or the “lost dungeon” where the players encounter the ruins of the temple and explore it. This adventure is filled with devious traps (…lots of them), swarms of flies and scorpions, lammasu, shedu, a talking mace, and much more. Cover art is by Jeff Dee. Interior art by Jonathan Bingham, Darlene, Earl Geier, Laubenstein, Mark Lyons, and Frank Scacalossi.

DDS1 The Sacred Temple of Erwadu

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J.R.R. Tolkien & Howard's Conan

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What did J.R.R. think of Robert E. Howard's iconic barbarian, Conan?

 

L. Sprague de Camp’s “Literary Swordsmen & Sorcerers” (1976) is a non-fiction book that features short history of origins of the...

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Appendix N Connection: The Origin of Shadows in the

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An in-depth look at the origins of the shadow and the influence of A. Merritt's novel, Creep, Shadow, Creep!, in Dungeons & Dragons.

 

Most classic undead monsters featured in the Dungeons & Dragons game originate from the realms of…

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