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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.
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.
This is a great adventure generator! Love it!