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by Douglas Niles

eBook Curse of Xanathon (Dungeons  Dragons Module X3) ePub
Author: Douglas Niles
Language: English
ISBN: 0935696563
ISBN13: 978-0935696561
Publisher: TSR (1982)
Pages: 32
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 278
Formats: txt lit docx mobi
ePub file: 1611 kb
Fb2 file: 1637 kb

Curse of Xanathon like sevral of the old adventures does not work very well on it's own. Like most such modules it is better to use it as a resource for your own stories to flesh it out and give it a bit more flavor.

Curse of Xanathon like sevral of the old adventures does not work very well on it's own. As a resource I found it interesting and useful with lotws of little tidbits and encounters to spice up a rather straight forward adventure that I had developed. As a standalone adventure I would recommend staying away.

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Curse of Xanathon is a Dungeons & Dragons adventure module designed by Douglas Niles for use with the D&D Expert Set. It was published by TSR, Inc. (TSR) in 1983 and is designed for 5–8 player characters of level 5–7. The Duke of Rhoona begin. The Duke of Rhoona begins issuing strange proclamations, such as decreeing that all taxes are to be paid in beer, horses are to be ridden backwards, and all dwarves are to be shaved and stretched to make them "presentable to human sensibilities".

Dungeon Module X3 Curse of Xanathon. This module is for use with the DUNGEONS & DRAGONSrt Set, which continues and expands the D&Dc rules

Dungeon Module X3 Curse of Xanathon. by Douglas Niles AN ADVENTURE FOR CHARACTER LEVELS 5-7. Whereas: Stephen, Duke of Rhoona has been acting in a dangerously unstable manner; And Whereas: The Duchy of Rhoona is ready to fall before the Forces of Evil; It i hereby decreed that a valiant and courageous party of adventurers must learn the secret of the Duke's insanity andfree the city from the s yoke of chaos. This module is for use with the DUNGEONS & DRAGONSrt Set, which continues and expands the D&Dc rules. This module cannot be played without the D&Dc and Expert rules.

Expert X5 Series Douglas Niles. Skarda's Mirror: Standard Module X12 (Dungeons & Dragons). Dungeons & Dragons Module X6). Merle Rasmussen. The Isle of Dread (Dungeon Module X1, D&D Expert Set). Tom Moldvay, David Zeb Cook. Master of the Desert Nomads (Dungeons & Dragons module X4). David Zeb Cook. Dungeons and Dragons Expert Module Temple of Death (X5). Crown of Ancient Glory: Standard Module X13 (Dungeons and Dragons).

A module in Dungeons & Dragons is an adventure published by TSR, the term is usually applied to. .The modules listed here are in three separate lists of official TSR Dungeons & Dragons modules only.

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"Something is rotten in Rhoona... When the grotesque god, Cretia, casts his ugly shadow over the town, strange things start happening. First, Duke Stephen vanishes. Then bizarre proclamations begin coming out of the Ducal Palace... dwarves are outlawed... taxes must be paid in beer,,, horses must be ridden backwards. Soon the entire town is in an uproar and a dwarven army is marching on Rhoona. This is the situation when you and your party of valiant adventurers arrive in the suffering town..."
Shomeshet
I played this adventure twice, first as a player, then as a Dungeon Master and I really had great fun both times.

The story is quite classical in the beginning - the ruler of a city is the victim of a curse which makes him an extravagant idiot, complicating the life of his subjects to the extreme. The players must find the person (the monster?) who is behind this curse, deal with him (or it) and find a cure. And this particular adventure presents players with a very nasty and totally unsuspected twist, which will probably make them considerably upset in the middle of the game - but which they will probably appreciate once they successfully accomplish the mission.

This adventure is as much investigation as hacking and slaying and contains some riddles as well. Every class will find something challenging to do - fighters, magic users, clerics (yes, clerics are really needed for this one) and thieves - no way to do this one to the end without a good thief, or at least a monk. With some effort from the Dungeon Master some parts can be turned in a great slapstick comedy moments and give to the players a good laugh - before the unavoidable hacking and slaying... Negotiation skills can also be useful, and some desert survival rules if the DM decides to elaborate on the sandy part of the adventure...

All in all, a great D&D classic, to discover or rediscover. Get it and have a nice game!
Malhala
Classic D&D module. Definitely one to collect!
Jairani
Curse of Xanathon like sevral of the old adventures does not work very well on it's own. Like most such modules it is better to use it as a resource for your own stories to flesh it out and give it a bit more flavor. As a resource I found it interesting and useful with lotws of little tidbits and encounters to spice up a rather straight forward adventure that I had developed. As a standalone adventure I would recommend staying away. It isn't that the adventure is bad . It's just that it needs work.

Of course, some may look at it as a strength for a resource to be so flexible.
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