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LD1A: Caer Gannen, the Upper Level [homemade mini-module]

Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 3:07 am
by Witterquick
I've had a bit of trouble loading my first mini-module, Caer Gannen, the Upper Level to the internet, but here's a bit of preview art from the cover:
Had a little trouble with hotlinking to it, but I've got the whole module in place now. Check the link below
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Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 3:13 am
by Rhuvein
Drawing/art looks great!
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Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 3:45 am
by Witterquick
LD1A: Caer Gannen, the Upper Level
First part of the Legacy of the Dragon mini-module series.

Caer Gannen is the ancestral home of the one of the wealthiest families in Escantion, but it lies in ruin after the dragon Asharoth nearly conquered the entire realm. Rumors have begun to surface that the ruins are now the headquarters of a strange, reptile-worshiping cult. Is there a connection between what lies within Caer Gannen and the deceased dragon?

LD1A is built for a starting party of level 1 to 2, and includes about 12 encounters and a full-color map. Includes one original monster as well.

It's uploaded to the internet. Here's the link
http://witterquick.frozenchaos.net/LD1A.pdf

and the zipped version
http://witterquick.frozenchaos.net/LD1A.zip
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Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 11:12 pm
by Maliki
Looks 8) , thanks for sharing.
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Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 10:39 pm
by Treebore
Nicely done. The background is a bit restrictive in using it for many campaigns, but in a setting like Erde its easy enough to fit in somehwere.

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 5:29 pm
by miller6
Looks pretty good and I'm glad to see someone else posting dungeons!
Do you plan to add more to the encounter descriptons (after the boxed text)? IMHO I think it would be a good idea.

Brian Miller
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Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 6:06 pm
by Witterquick
Miller,

This is kind of a learning curve for me: I'm realizing that I need more than my notes, which I tend to flesh out both with extemporaneous descriptions and the Hirst Arts dungeon we use. As soon as the PC's finish LD1B, I'll probably add more to it.

It's also got my drawing again. I used to do quite a bit more illustrating (even a little semi-professionally), but it has really gone by the wayside as career, family, and other hobby pursuits have taken up my time. Nice side effect.

Witt
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Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:45 pm
by miller6
Witterquick wrote:
Miller,

This is kind of a learning curve for me: I'm realizing that I need more than my notes, which I tend to flesh out both with extemporaneous descriptions and the Hirst Arts dungeon we use. As soon as the PC's finish LD1B, I'll probably add more to it.

It's also got my drawing again. I used to do quite a bit more illustrating (even a little semi-professionally), but it has really gone by the wayside as career, family, and other hobby pursuits have taken up my time. Nice side effect.

Witt

The nice thing is that once you've made one mod, you then have a format/template for others which helps things move along more quickly the next time around. So far I like what I see. Kudos for taking the time and putting forth the effort to provide some C&C goodness for others!
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