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So, I was wondering, for those of you who play D&D, which module(s) meet your approval and you enjoy?

Mine are:
 

  • Return to the Tomb of Horrors
  • Dead Gods
  • Savage Tide
  • Jacob's Well
  • City of the Spider Queen
  • Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun
  • Night Below
  • Tomb of Annihilation
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On 5/30/2019 at 4:41 PM, Dark_Ansem said:

No D&D players?

My group played a bunch of D&D - but our DMs always created their own settings and storylines. We once tried Keep on the Shadowfell, an introdution module to a 4th Edition campaign of a total of three adventures that came out a bit before the actual 4th edition rulebooks. It was okay. It served more as an introduction to the ruleset, was fairly well made but average all around. Perhaps the follow up modules were more interesting, we never really got to play them due to a lack of time.

So, yeah. Can't contribute more. ^^

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My group occasionally plays DnD too, but we either play our own game or sometimes fan modules our GM played at a local con and those have to be edited by him cause they're full of holes.

Said GM likes this blog, you might find good ones mentioned here: http://beyondfomalhaut.blogspot.com/

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On 6/14/2019 at 11:34 PM, Oner said:

My group occasionally plays DnD too, but we either play our own game or sometimes fan modules our GM played at a local con and those have to be edited by him cause they're full of holes.

Said GM likes this blog, you might find good ones mentioned here: http://beyondfomalhaut.blogspot.com/

Nice website! thanks!

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I've only had one DM (out of 3) use a module and it was like the starter stuff from 4E. We were all pretty new then.

During 4E I used to buy modules because I was a sucker who thought I'd ever get to use them.

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On 5/30/2019 at 11:41 PM, Dark_Ansem said:

No D&D players?

I belong to a roleplaying group. We jump around a lot. D&D, Pathfinder, Cyberpunk, Kult, the Witcher, etc. etc.

I have no doubt my DM could tell you which modules are best, but I'm too much of a casual to know ;)

9 hours ago, daven said:

I like reading about it and playing the computer games but have never had anyone willing to try it out.....!

Woe is me.

Well, it's really worth it if you find the right group of people (like any activity, I guess?)

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On 5/30/2019 at 4:41 PM, Dark_Ansem said:

No D&D players?

I am more a Pathfinder guy 😛 And so far for me was the most interesting Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path, because of very mature setting. Thankfully it was released, before the outrage culture overtook the internet.

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1 minute ago, Mamoulian War said:

I am more a Pathfinder guy 😛 And so far for me was the most interesting Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path, because of very mature setting. Thankfully it was released, before the outrage culture overtook the internet.

Before publishers started listening, you mean, the outrage culture was always there.

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Just now, Dark_Ansem said:

Before publishers started listening, you mean, the outrage culture was always there.

Not to such extent than it is now. It is very big difference between listening to your fans, and listening to people who do not play your games, and just rage for clicks and ad money ;)

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8.) Grand Turismo 6 - PS3 - 81+ hours (including Senna Master DLC)

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On 6/25/2019 at 9:40 AM, daven said:

I like reading about it and playing the computer games but have never had anyone willing to try it out.....!

Woe is me.

I must have at least thirty PnP RPGs (core books & modules), and they have sat on the shelf for twenty-five years.
(TMNT, MERP, GURPS, TOON, RECON, Ninjas&Superspies, Rifts, etc...)

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Night Below is such a great module! The D-Series modules for AD&D are my all-time favorite however. Descent into the Depths of the Earth (D1-2) is such a great Underdark primer and Vault of the Drow (D3) is so well-written but adaptable you could make a whole campaign out of it.

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On 4/13/2020 at 10:56 PM, Yosharian said:

I hate pre-made modules.  They don't match my standards for what constitutes a fleshed out game.

I prefer futzing around with and riffing off published stuff, I'm just not that creative to make something from nothing. :)

But I play 1e and OD&D so I like the real classics. 😄 I love the TSR and Judges Guild modules, and a bunch of the newer stuff as well. Good times!

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Keep on the Borderlands!  :wink and grin:  My pathfinder group likes modules.  We're almost done with a campaign where the main baddie is some guy named Lols or some such.  Unfortunate name for a non-comical bad guy.  I always create my own campaigns, so I haven't run a module for years, but I did enjoy Expedition to the Barrier Peaks back in the 80s.

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