REVIEWS

Now with an extensive and lengthy review on the Save or Die! Podcast. check it out here: http://saveordie.info

So that was cool. Coupled with the nice game setting, the sensible monster lists, and some out-o-the-box magic items (fairly pulp fantasy stuff with good and bad benefits of the kind usual to folklore and NOT found in modern D&D editions) this is a nice little book to pick up and run a campaign.

B/X Blackrazor

Well worth checking out, I like it – a decent well-priced (I got the PDF) creative catalyst for old school gaming – there’s a lot of cool ideas in it’s 70 pages – even beyond the random DM-less dungeon adventure generator.

Bite the Bulette

This like the Random Dungeon Generator in the original DMG? I remember playing with that way back in Junior High.

Thomas Shuler

This is a great adventure generator! Love it!

David Okum

BUY RUINS OF THE UNDERCITY IN PRINT AT LULU

BUY RUINS OF THE UNDERCITY IN PDF AT DRIVETHRURPG

4 thoughts on “REVIEWS

  1. Ranatosk says:

    I found this a very interesting module. I learned that the module delivers a lot in terms of creativity, allowing me to fine tune my own dungeon with the presented dungeon rooms.

    The story I also found quite interesting, the whole concept of “The Undercity” gave me enough inspiration to have it tie in with my own campaign setting allowing it to tie in with my campaign’s own history of the creation of the world.

    In conclusion, this was an interesting find and I hope Kaibuki can create more stuff like this.

  2. Dan says:

    Ruins of the Undercity is a great module to use in a solo Labyrinth Lord campaign. The Undercity has plenty of old school atmosphere, particularly for a randomly generated dungeon, and you can use your imagination to make it your own unique Undercity.

    I’ve generated 11 different parties and they all got wiped out before they made it beyond first level. I’m thinking of using Schweig’s Themed Dungeon Generator and creating a small, solo dungeon near Cryptopolis, where the characters can obtain a few magic items to give them an edge before they explore the Undercity. I may publish the results on my gaming blog. Patrice, would it be OK if I publish a map on my blog with the name ‘Cryptopolis’ on it? I’m aware that ‘Cryptopolis’ is Product Identity and I’m not sure about the legality of this.

    Regards,

    Dan

  3. Dan says:

    Thanks Patrice.

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