There are a lot of great creators in The Tavern that have made some awesome adventures. Sometimes I’m overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices. So, for those of you that create adventures and the rest of us that play them, I’d love to hear some of your top picks and why you like running them in DW.
This post is inspired specifically by Mark Tygart. I’ve used several of your starters and am always amazed by the rate at which you create your adventures. Scrolling through your shared folder recently I wonder, out of all the adventures you’ve created, what are your favourites? Also, outside of your own adventures, do you have a favourite by someone else that you like to run?
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I mostly pick the ones that fit easily into the world my players created. My next criteria is for adventures that are different, weird or interesting in unusual ways. Then I look for ones I already have resources for, or don’t need much work 😊
I actually ended up putting many of my favorites in: drivethrurpg.com – 20 Dungeon Starters
I also very much like:
fc0ea96b-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites.googlegroups.com – john.aegard.com/indigo-galleon.pdf
Vanessa Wed Carballo read this!
Mark Tygart I picked up that set off drivethru a few months ago. It’s excellent.
Peter Cobcroft that is a solid scheme. I currently use them in much the same way. Any specific favourites that stand out as unique?
D. Kenny I’ve gotten a lot of favorable feedback for Mountain of Fire.
D. Kenny Mostly because of the Fear of a Black Dragon podcast, I want to run this one – blog.trilemma.com – The Sky-Blind Spire – however the one that is a favourite to me is one that lasted seven sessions and fit in really well with the worldbuilding – Trouble in Northamlet. Although it was one of the more traditional D&Dish types. http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/116428/DWT1-Trouble-in-Northamlet
Peter Cobcroft drive.google.com – DW Coversion Notes Sky-Blind Spire.pdf
Peter Cobcroft oooh, I should listen to that episode. I’ve always wanted to run one of the Trilemma adventures.
Mark Tygart I just read mountain of fire. Very evocative descriptions and great opening questions. I could definitely see that making for a great session.
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