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Friday, January 3, 2014

Looking For a Good One on One Adventure...

A couple of years ago, I ran my wife through a T&T solo adventure that I modified on the fly to run "One on One".

Now, I'm looking to do something similar with here, but using an OSR ruleset like S&W.

Any good ideas on an adventure or adventures I should be looking at?

7 comments:

  1. Expeditious Retreat Press has a whole line of them for d20 and easily converted over to classic D&D.

    http://www.rpgnow.com/browse.php?keywords=1+on+1+Adventures&x=-971&y=-163&author=&artist=&pfrom=&pto=

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  2. This is not an adventure, and that this is for Labyrinth Lord, but I have REALLY enjoyed using this in a game with just my wife and I.

    http://www.rpgnow.com/product/114895/Black-Streams-Solo-Heroes

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  3. This is a CYA solo adventure that rules:

    http://www.pacesettergames.com/i1-grave-of-the-green-flam1.html

    read Bryce's review here:

    http://tenfootpole.org/ironspike/?p=454

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  4. Have you checked out Blade of Vengeance? It's an old (1984) B/X module, one of the UK ones. The player needs to play the Elf in the module, or one like it, so that may be a deal breaker. It's mostly high fantasy/ knight tropes, but I love the hell out of it even though I've never actually run it or played through it.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade_of_Vengeance

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  5. Ruins of the Undercity is designed for solo play, but easily adapted to a GM & Solo Player situation. It's basically the old Random Dungeon Generator from the DMG streamlined and expanded to include the city above the dungeon.

    http://www.rpgnow.com/product/109821/Ruins-of-the-Undercity

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  6. I always felt the TSR Challenge adventures were very solid. They were adventures built around a specific class (such as the Fighter's Challenge or Thief's Challenge). I think most are now out in PDF. They were written for 2E so I'm not sure how hard the conversion would be.

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  7. I feel I should point out Kevin Crawford's (the Stars Without Number guy) upcoming Kickstarter project, Scarlet Heroes.

    http://www.sinenomine-pub.com/?p=430

    This claims to allow you to convert any old school adventure to single player, on the fly. A bold claim bit you know with Kevin you will get to see the draft before you pledge and a no-BS Kickstarter will follow that delivers on, or ahead of, schedule.

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