So I set up this blog to document a AD&D dungeon that I created/copied which is based on the excellent pod casts and PAX 2013 D&D dungeons run by Chris Perkins for his "(in)famous" D&D crew.
If you have seen or listened to these pod casts and videos then you will know the back story of what this dungeon was and how is played out with the DM and players. However I wanted to re-create the dungeon for my group of gaming friends so that they could experience the game for real.
When I first set out to write this dungeon I spent a lot of time listening, watching and then re-listening and re-watching the various pod casts and videos so that I knew the original dungeon concepts inside and out.
Hopefully you will enjoy what I have presented here and you will be able to see how I moved from the original concept of bringing this dungeon to the table and how it finally played out.
I haven't informed any of my friends who I am running this dungeon for that I have set…
So me and my gaming friends got together again at the weekend to play the next part of the D&D adventure Lost Mines of Phandelver.
Here are some photos taken by myself and one of the other players. The first set of pictures show the village of Thunder Tree, we travelled here to find a druid who we hoped would help us find Cragmaw Castle. The village of Thunder Tree The ruins of Thunder Tree Outside of the druids tavern, we had a big fight with a horde of Ash Zombies and the druid got out some popcorn and watched the battle. Green Dragon lair....not quite big enough for his liking so he might be moving home soon. Awesome Ettercap that we fought, this was made by the DM and scared the hell out of party.
I didn't get a chance to take any photos of the final battle as I was too busy running the Tarrasque and keeping an eye on what was going on with the Jaegers.
The models that you can see were built and painted by myself, see earlier blog posts, the "Tarrasque" was a Kaiju model that I bought from Forbidden Planet in London....it's a great store and very close to my office....and the street tiles and the 3D card buildings are from the Malifaux Street and Buildings boxed sets. Oh the Jaeger models were bought from scibor miniatures....awesome miniatures and a really cool website, I've bought a tonne of stuff from them and never been disappointed with the quality of their resin models. I tried to give the Jaegers cool but cheesy names. Any way, enough of that here are the pictures. Righteous Fury Legionnaire Crixus Celtic Hammer The Tarrasque chewing the face of Celtic Hammer All 3 Jaegers fighting the Tarrasque and possibly my finger pointing at Righteous Fury.!