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[Friday Map] Cooper's Hole

We don’t know why the ancients built so may underground structures (perhaps to remain out of the sight of the elves who ruled the lands) – and something about how they built them enabled them to survive for ages beyond what you would expect for stone structures in unstable land. 384 more words


[Tuesday Map] Hubert's Tower / The Butcher's Tower

This old tower and associated structure were built into an outcropping of rock that had traditionally been used as a watch point for the nearby town for generations. 240 more words


[Friday Map] Sebastijan's Shrine and Crypts

It’s starting to feel like “Ruins and Mortuaries” month here at the Dodecahedron with another dungeon suited for the long-term storage of the deceased. Sebastijan’s Shrine is located just west of the city, where it fell into disuse after one side of the stonework structure started to slide away and collapse. 89 more words


[Tuesday Map] The Burren Estate Ruins

At the heart of the Burren Estate are the ruins of the structures that were here centuries before the modern estate. These old buildings were supposedly built in cooperation between the earliest members of the Burren line and the elves who still maintained their empire in that era. 139 more words


Overview of OD&D Clones

I’m a sucker for OD&D. I love the simplicity of the original 1974 rules (3 Little Brown Books or LBBs). So I grab every clone or version of it I can find.  748 more words

Swords & Wizardry

[Friday Map] The Dwarven Shrine at Mount Thorrien

At the base of Mount Thorrien is a shrine to one of the dwarven patrons of the great war – a water deity that helped guide the dwarven earthships to this realm to engage in the war against the Kale. 163 more words


[Tuesday Map] The Ruined Necropolis

Further from the Burren Estate, along the same path as the three hillside tombs posted last week, is the small family necropolis that was used by the now-dead fell wyrm as a nest for a pair portion of his time at the estate. 46 more words