Over the last couple of days I've noticed I've sold (via my RPGNow affiliate links) a number of copies of The Frost Fang Expedition (DCC) by Purple Sorcerer. If you don't know who Purple Sorcerer is, go now. We'll be here when you return.
Cool stuff, right? Anyhow, The Frost Fang Expedition is also current the #1 best seller on RPGNow. Not too shabby, right?
I've really enjoyed everything +Jon Marr / Purple Sorcerer Games has published for the DCC RPG, so this one was a no brainer. It was purchased using the affiliate monies raised by The Tavern thanks to readers like you. Who will I be beholden to when I do the review?
You. Actually, I'm always beholden to you, my readers and my community. This time though, the item being reviewed has been purchased by you.
As an aside, it claims to be readily adaptable to "any old school system". As I will shortly be kicking off a Swords & Wizardry Complete campaign for my old high school and college group using Roll20, this just may be their ticket to return to gaming. We'll certainly be putting the claim to the test.
Remember, all purchases using The Tavern's RPGNow affiliate links puts 5% of your purchase price into The Tavern's coffers. Don't leave that money on the table for the greedy corps! Tip your barman! ;)
The Frost Fang Expedition challenges PCs to reach the top of a frozen and treacherous peak on a mission of discovery: why have huge chunks of a mysterious sorcerer’s floating castle begun raining down on the once quiet village of Neverthawes? The quest for answers will uncover hidden motives, fearsome foes, and deadly environments galore!
72 digest-sized pages of level one Dungeon Crawl Classics carnage!
Easily adaptable to any old school system.
An 'instant action' adventure with tips to play in a single 4-hour session (perfect for cons or demos), but with enough backstory for extended campaign play.
Includes a 40 page appendix PDF containing judging tips, patron sheets, a host of paper miniatures, and easily printable versions of every map and image in the adventure (to be used as handouts or judge's aids).
From the author of the best-selling Nebin Pendlebrook's Perilous Pantry (including tips on how to link the two adventures).
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