Its Day Nine of OSR Christmas. Before we get to today's festivities, let's find out who is the recipient of yesterday's awesome gift.
I would do a drum roll but that doesn't work so well on a blog post. Oh well.
Jan Egil Bjune - congrats. Email me at tenkarsDOTtavern and we'll get you hooked up.
Now for today's gift. We are giving away X2 - Castle Amber is Print on Demand and PDF. Quite possibly the most popular of all the "X" modules.
Trapped in the mysterious Castle Amber, you find yourselves cut off form the world you know. The castle is fraught with peril. Members of the strange Amber family, some insane, some merely deadly, lurk around every corner. Somewhere in the castle is the key to your escape, but can you survive long enough to find it?
This module contains referee notes, background information, maps, and exploration keys intended for use with the D&D Expert rules.
For characters level 3-6.Comment on this post before 8 AM Eastern Time, December 22nd, 2016 to be in the running for $11.99 in an RPGNow Gift Card. Castle Amber in Print + PDF is exactly $11.99 or use it for other purchases at RPGNow. The choice will be yours - if Santa picks you :)
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+James Spahn is giving away 12 prizes over 12 days and all you need to do is comment on one blog post. You will need to follow the instructions carefully if you want a chance to be gifted.
Note: You MUST comment on the Halfling's Luck blog. This post it just to let you know where to go.
Oui! Oui! I love this module.ReplyDelete
Glad the old modules went PODReplyDelete
On it. Amber me.ReplyDelete
Ooo... I'm all about old TSR modules.ReplyDelete
Put me down for oneReplyDelete
Got to love the clasicsReplyDelete
I've read this, but never owned it, hopefully I'll get to change that soon.ReplyDelete
Ho ho ho!ReplyDelete
Woho!I won ... I never win :-DReplyDelete
Thanks in advance!ReplyDelete
Played through it a bit many years ago.ReplyDelete
I'm in like Zarak!ReplyDelete
Awesome map. I re-used that with minor tweaks so many times.ReplyDelete
Played my first paladin in this one. Wow, great memories!ReplyDelete
Thanks for doing this!ReplyDelete
A classic! :DReplyDelete
In like flynnReplyDelete
Castle Amber? Yes please!ReplyDelete
This was one of the first AD&D modules I ever played. Some good memories here.ReplyDelete
Were I meant B/X. Ooops, two hours of sleep, haha.Delete
One of my faves.Delete
One of my faves.Delete
Excellent module. Really enjoyed playing through it. Really nice introduction to some of Clark Ashton Smith's work.ReplyDelete
Love that this is for levels 3-6 and showing big nasty on the cover.ReplyDelete
Amberawesome! I love this module.ReplyDelete
I'd run this.ReplyDelete
Looked it over in the hobby shop many times in the early 80s but never purchased.ReplyDelete
Another great one!ReplyDelete
Although I am a late comer to D&D in many ways, I actually played this module at Origins one year.ReplyDelete
Best. Tavern. Ever.ReplyDelete
One of my all time faves! Would love this!ReplyDelete
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I've read good things about this module. It sounds like it'd be a blast to way with the right group.ReplyDelete
I'll take one pleaseReplyDelete
I try, try again. Thank you and Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Count me in!ReplyDelete
Oh, this takes me back. Cool.ReplyDelete
Feeling lucky ...ReplyDelete
Definitely one of my favs from back in the day & how I was introduced to Clark Ashton Smith.ReplyDelete
Interesting. Pretty please?ReplyDelete
I'll throw my hat in the ring! (Even though I never win anything)ReplyDelete
I have fond memories of playing this back in the day!
And hope you have a good Christmas and New Years!
day late on the last one I commented on. Here is my entry into today's give away. Good luck everyone.ReplyDelete
This is one I've had in print since the 80's. The PDF would be nice, though.ReplyDelete
I great one that I would love to own.ReplyDelete
A classic! Count me in.ReplyDelete
Never read or owned. Many years into D&D worked out it wasn't anything to do with Roger Zelazny (thanks to the Glantri Gaz)ReplyDelete
I'm in. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I am in for free loot!ReplyDelete
This would be a ton of fun to run!ReplyDelete
I used to love this module! I lost mine though. :(ReplyDelete
Count me in! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Been ages since I've played this moduleReplyDelete
ho ho hoReplyDelete
One of the first D&D modules I played and also one of my prefered ones. I've had it once, but I lent it to somebody and it never returned... so count me in, of course!ReplyDelete
Would love a new copy!ReplyDelete
Loved this one when I was a kid, then had forgotten about it for a while. Need to read it again!ReplyDelete
Great adventure! Thanks for the offer!ReplyDelete
Been reading the CAS collections; got me interested in this one for sure!ReplyDelete
Woot! Excellent module.ReplyDelete
I would love a copy of thisReplyDelete
This reminds me. It about re read time for the amber booksReplyDelete
My favorite of the early modules after B1ReplyDelete
This module has so many memories for me. Would love to have a copy.ReplyDelete
One of the classics!ReplyDelete
This is perfect since I just ordered volumes 4 & 5 of Clark Ashton Smith's stories . . . .ReplyDelete
Count me in.ReplyDelete
that's a good oneReplyDelete
Thanks for the opportunity. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I'll be a winner one day! The Prize'll come out tomorrow?ReplyDelete
Fingers crossed. :)ReplyDelete