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    Free Module Tomb of the Serpent Kings

    I have converted the module from this site coinsandscrolls.blogspot.com
    Its meant as a @[email protected] dungeon for new players and DM's
    The original is system neutral old school friendly so it shpould be fairly easy to convert this module to any D20 fantasy game like 5e , 13th age or castles and Crusades. I started doing it for Celestian's free adnd rules set but it opens fine in the new 2e set
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    Got a chance to check this out finally. Good stuff!

    Thanks for doing this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by celestian View Post
    Got a chance to check this out finally. Good stuff!

    Thanks for doing this.
    It is a great little adventure, I'm running it for bunch of 11 year olds at our local library using Black Hack 2e for rules.

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    Yes! Much appreciated. I'm looking for a starter adventure to dip my toe into DM'ing AD&D and this just might be the ticket! Appreciate you doing this.
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    Thanks You.

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