It used to be, the trifecta of RPG systems one released a product for, hoping to cover all markets was Swords & Wizardry, Dungeons & Dragons 5e, and Pathfinder 1e. Frog God Games is no longer producing products for Pathfinder, and Glynn Seal has put the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG into that third position. Interesting turn of events.
Short FYI: I've known Glynn for a number of years. He produces amazing stuff for Swords & Wizardry and his Midderlands setting. If you haven't read any of his prior work, you really should.
This all brings us to the Rancid Canyons of the Floating Death Sheep, a Kickstarter for S&W, 5e, and the DCC RPG brought to you by Glynn Seal.
Rancid Canyons of the Floating Death Sheep is a low level adventure available in three rule variants: Fifth Edition (5E), Swords & Wizardry* (S&W), and Dungeon Crawl Classics** (DCC) and therefore can be used in all retro-clones and old school role-playing games with little or no work.
The adventure features the following.
- The detailed village of Yarrowbone featuring NPCs and 22 locations (can be used as a base for any future adventure).
- Immersive NPC and building art.
- Six pieces of cool cartography.
- Three new juicy magic items.
- Seven tricky new adversaries.
- Five engaging mapped encounter locations.
- Table of additonal adventure hooks.
- Table of NPC names.
- Information on fitting the adventure into the Lost Wyrld setting of The Midderlands.
I love drop-in pieces like this.
PDF for one system is 11 bucks. Print plus PDF (not including shipping) is about 28 bucks.
I'm in for the Print plus PDf myself, as Glynn's print products are second to none.
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