Post by Mutant Lord: William McAusland on Jun 26, 2020 11:52:09 GMT -8
Just Released! One Day Dig 9:: Wizard of the Wastes A diabolical wasteland wizard
A village enslaved
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Tuvor, a dusty tribesman, interrupts your dig team's drinking to plead for help. To the north, his people suffer under the heel of an evil wizard who has enslaved them and murdered his wife. He seeks a band of adventure-hungry excavators to rid his land of the wizard's blight. Your party has plundered the depths of the long-dead cities for lost tech and defeated mutant horrors of the new era, but have you been heroes before? Perhaps this adventure will answer that question.
This is our 9th One Day Dig, written by Rey Rodriguez, and is a Pay What You Want adventure suitable for both new and experienced players using characters of 1st or 2nd rank and can occur in the Crossroads Region www.outlandarts.com/crossroads-region.htm or the Game Master's own setting. It includes 3 maps, 11 illustrations, and is 15 pages. Look for upcoming post-apocalyptic adventures and supplements from Outland Arts.
Post by Mutant Lord: William McAusland on Jun 27, 2020 21:54:08 GMT -8
Yeah, it's hard to believe this is still going on... although a lot of the world is just getting hit now. Looking at the numbers tonight, worse day yet. Here in British Columbia, the cases are way down, but as thing open up, who can say what will happen in the fall. Gonna buy some extra toilet paper and rice just in case! How are things where you are?
The UK is set to "mostly" reopen on the 4th and changing social distancing rules from 2m to 1m+ but my town and county has been a repeated hotspot with full the 2m distance and lockdown, so there is a general sense of "This won't go well"
Though we'll be able have "house guests" again, so hopefully game time!
Post by aardvark892 on Jun 29, 2020 11:20:01 GMT -8
Just finished a thorough read-thru of the Wizard ODD, and it's a real winner. Great story, well written, and it's actually a lot longer adventure than the 15 page length might imply. Good mix of enemies and even better, a good mix of environments, from towns to underground to desert and more. This is likely to be one of the most well-liked ODD's, I think.