Hey! I really like your maps. I've seen far worse... and made far worse... ;)Great thing, that in the chimney!
Thanks. If you play it this holiday season, please let me know how it goes for you!
This is really amazing. Thank you!
Thank you. And you are welcome. And, if you really want to get on the "Nice" list drop by the Appendix M blog and tell the artist the same!http://appendixm.blogspot.ca/
HiI stumbled across this site by accident and am curious. My kids love D&D. I can't figure out how to play. Is there some software I need to run the file? Thanks
I am sorry to tell you that the boat has sailed. However, this adventure is the first of two in Perils of the Cinder Claws, which can be picked up here: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/123889/HT-1---The-Perils-of-Cinder-Claws-%28DCC%29?filters=0_0_44544_0_0
We picked up the Perils of Cinder Claws and played with the kids and their friends, and they really enjoyed it. Thanks again. They are now bugging me for another similar game. Is there anything you would recommend?
You can pick up Prince Charming, Reanimator, as a Pay What You Want on RPG Now. How old are the kids, though? Depending upon their ages, they may or may not like it.
ThanksDaughter is 11 (nearly 12) and she was playing with her friends (youngest 10).
Lots of the DCC adventures are great. Michael Curtis wrote a fantastic module, The Old God Wakens, as a holiday-themed module, and Frozen in Time is simply great.