The secret arts of the Dungeon Master, the 2nd oldest RPG dungeon ever created, and an essential sourcebook for any fantasy campaign.
Let me start by saying I was gifted a copy of The Lost Dungeons of Tonisborg earlier this year from a prior print run, and The Lost Dungeons of Tonisborg is an amazing piece of history. I'm happy that I have it on my gaming shelves.
So, what is The Lost Dungeons of Tonisborg?
- It's a guide to the secret art of the Dungeon Master - philosophy, techniques, and tricks - with gems of wisdom from the people who invented Dungeons & Dragons. And...
- A rediscovered ten-level mega-dungeon filled with mystery, suspense, monsters, and hidden treasures (including a complete 5e adaptation PDF). And...
- A history of RPG dungeons. And...
- An official Blackmoor™ setting - the longest-running fantasy RPG campaign.
- Full-color reproductions of all ten levels of the original 1973 Tonisborg Dungeon maps, complete with dungeon keys.
- Updated dungeon maps and keys for ease of play.
- Greg Svenson explains how the dungeon came about and why it's a bridge between past and present.
- Extensive play guidelines teach you how to make Tonisborg rise again as a real-life experience for you & your players, improve your DM skills, and have more fun.
- A set of historically accurate rules ideal for developing an original-style dungeon adventure campaign - or use your own preferred rules.
- Additional sections cover spells, exotic creature types, treasures, and other material - an essential source for any campaign.
You can snag The Lost Dungeons of Tonisborg for 60 bucks in softcover and 100 bucks in hardcover. Both include the Secrets of Blackmoor video on demand (an excellent documentary). I'd honestly be in for the Tonisborg hardcover if I didn't already own it.
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