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C&C modules - Master List (work in progress)

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Hey. based on a post from Grognard's Tavern from awhile back, I'm trying to compile a master list of C&C mods - be they PDF or Print/independents or sanctioned/official or not!
So here it is and any help to update would be welcome. Apologies to any and all that I've forgotten to list!
Aihrde:

Rising Knight A0 Davis Chenault - 4-6 characters, levels 1-2 W/C/D*

Assault on Blacktooth Ridge A1 - Davis Chenault 3-5 characters, levels 1-2 W/C/D

The Slag Heap A2 - Davis Chenault - 3-5 characters, levels 2-3 W/C/D

Wicked Cauldron A3 - Davis Chenault 3-5 characters, levels 3-4 D

Mortality of Green Stephen Chenault - 4-8 characters, levels 3-5 W/C

Lion in the Ropes - Stephen Chenault - 4-8 characters, levels 2-4

The Golden Familiar - Stephen Chenault - 4-8 characters, levels 1-3
Mini-mods/adventures:

Return to Blacktooth Ridge - Davis #& Stephen Chenault - levels 1-2 W

Dwarven Glory "Looking Stones" - Stephen Chenault - levels 4-6 W/D

Back to Blacktooth Ridge - Davis Chenault - 4-6 characters, levels 3-5 D
Inzae:

Vakhund: Into the Unknown - Davis Chenault - 4-6 characters, levels 1-2 W
Yggsburgh:

Castle Zagyg, Volume 1 Yggsburgh

Dark Chateau Robert J. Kuntz - levels 1-3
TLG Independents:

Shadows of Halfling Hall Mike Stewart (AKA Sieg) - 4-8 characters, levels 1-3 W/C/D

Fingers of the Forsaken Hand Casey Canfield (AKA Fiffergrund) 6-8 characters, levels 9-12 W/C/D

Verdant Rage Mike Stewart - levels 3-5 W/C/D
Bowbe:

The Haunted Highlands (DB1) Casey Cristofferson (AKA Dirty Bowbe)

Crater of Umeshti (DB2) - Casey Cristofferson - 4-6 characters, levels 3-5 W/D

The Deeper Darkness (DB3) - Casey Cristofferson - levels 4-8
Goodman Games:

Mysterious Tower Joseph Goodman - levels 1-3** W/D

Palace of Shadow - Chris Rutkowsky (AKA BASHMAN)

Secret of Smuggler's Cove - Chris Rutkowsky
Other C&C modules:

Voices of the Three Cynthia L. Seiffert (AKA - Nym) - 4-8 characters, levels 1-3

Beacon at Enon Tor ?

al-astorian - Gabor Lux (AKA - Melan) - 6 characters, levels 6-9

Strabonus - Melan - 6 characters, levels 6-9

"Killer" Mods - Brian Miller

The Ghastly Villa - Al Krombach - 4-6, level 2

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DCC#2 - Lost Vault of Tsathzar Rho

by Barrataria

[* W = wilderness, C = City, D = Dungeon (including underground/mountain complexes and castles/towers/mansions etc.

** Built in scalings for higher level adventuring parties.]

[Ohh, I see I have a TBA mod (Shadows of Mist). Hmm, probably be better to list only released or in print mods. Yep.]
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Heres one, The Ghastly Villa by By Al Krombach
http://www.cncplayer.net/download/GhastlyVilla.pdf
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Ya forgot Yggsburgh itself in the Yggs section. ^_^
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Looks good, though is Smuggler's Cove out yet? I guess I'd better go to the GG boards and look I suppose.
Though the C&C conversion of Beacon at Enon Tor was done by JB Littlefield, not Melan. The original adventure was from Imagine Magazine back in the 1980s; dunno the original's author.
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Post by bushfire »

There is a conversion of DCC#02 - Lost Vault of Tsathzar Rho, I think it's linked from the Goodman Games site.

You forgot a whole bunch of great ones by Brian Miller

- The "Killer Caves..." series

- Blizzard Iceberg (lvl 6-8)

- Gargoyle Gultch (lvl 6-8)

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Maliki wrote:
Heres one, The Ghastly Villa by By Al Krombach
http://www.cncplayer.net/download/GhastlyVilla.pdf

Thanks. Can't seem to hit his website now. I'll try later.
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gideon_thorne wrote:
Ya forgot Yggsburgh itself in the Yggs section. ^_^

Ugg, yeah for sure!!
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sieg wrote:
Looks good, though is Smuggler's Cove out yet? I guess I'd better go to the GG boards and look I suppose.
Though the C&C conversion of Beacon at Enon Tor was done by JB Littlefield, not Melan. The original adventure was from Imagine Magazine back in the 1980s; dunno the original's author.

Thanks!
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bushfire wrote:
There is a conversion of DCC#02 - Lost Vault of Tsathzar Rho, I think it's linked from the Goodman Games site.

You forgot a whole bunch of great ones by Brian Miller

- The "Killer Caves..." series

- Blizzard Iceberg (lvl 6-8)

- Gargoyle Gultch (lvl 6-8)

OK, I'll have a look at the GG site.

And yeah, sorry to Brian. I'll get those updated on my list, ASAP!
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bushfire wrote:
There is a conversion of DCC#02 - Lost Vault of Tsathzar Rho, I think it's linked from the Goodman Games site.

Couldn't find this. Let me know if you find or see any info.

Thanks.
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Its under the freebie section about 3/4 the way down the page.

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ChaosImp wrote:
Its under the freebie section about 3/4 the way down the page.

IMP

OK, thanks. I now recall this document.

The link is busted on GG. Here is a corrected one for any who have this module:
http://www.goodmangames.com/downloads/C ... ersion.doc

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Thanks for this, Rhuvein. It's a very convenient way to figure out what i need to buy!
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Just a suggestion, Rhuvein - any chance of you adding the suggested PC levels for each adventure, and/or whether it's wilderness/city/dungeon etc?

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Geleg wrote:
Thanks for this, Rhuvein. It's a very convenient way to figure out what i need to buy!



Yer welcome. It's getting tough to keep track of them, even though I check their website regularly!
TLG, et. al.. are on fire with C&C module production!
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Storm Queen wrote:
Just a suggestion, Rhuvein - any chance of you adding the suggested PC levels for each adventure, and/or whether it's wilderness/city/dungeon etc?

Welcome, Storm Queen. Glad to have you here.
Darn good idea, I try to get this info posted as soon as I can!
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Still working on this. Hmm, I'm thinking a spreadsheet might be better. As my finger heals (from surgery), I might put the data in a spreadsheet as well. Although, I'll make sure to update this thread and watch for any updates and/or corrections from my fellow Crusaders!
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Post by Storm Queen »

Is there a C&C wiki anywhere? It sounds like a good project for something like that. That way community members could also chip in and help maintain it.

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Post by serleran »

There was a C&C wiki, but due to lack of maintenance, it went down. Probably still have the link in the rules forum. Also, some people still like to call the game "d20" which is blasphemy. So, if a wiki comes back, refrain from calling it that abomination of systems. ;)

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serleran wrote:
There was a C&C wiki, but due to lack of maintenance, it went down. Probably still have the link in the rules forum. Also, some people still like to call the game "d20" which is blasphemy. So, if a wiki comes back, refrain from calling it that abomination of systems.

If it wasn't based off WotC's d20 system it wouldn't need to use the OGL...

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