Friday, May 31, 2013

Coming Soon From Dungeon #215

Howdy Greyhawk aficionados. Today I'm going to pass over a review of Wizards' Dungeon #214 and go straight to the teaser ad for next issue cause there will be an interesting Greyhawk adventure in it to coincide with the upcoming reprint of the A-series hardback. Check it out:

The Last Slave Lord
by Robert J. Schwalb
The Slave Lords are dead, yet one survives! Journey to a lost monastery to end the vile threat once and for all. This 1st Edition AD&D™ adventure for characters of levels 6–9 can be run as a standalone scenario or as a sequel to the classic “A” series adventures. It also includes 4th Edition conversion notes.

Yeah you read that right, a new 1st Edition module. Having played the 2nd Edition Slavers, (Already a sequel to the original A series) I'm curious to see how The Last Slave Lord fits into Greyhawk continuity. And most importantly, which Slave Lord is it? Stay tuned.



8 comments:

Joseph Bloch said...

Does anyone know whether, if I sign up for the damned online subscription thing at wizards.com, I get access to the past stuff as well as the new?

mortellan said...

I can't say 100% for sure, but my gut says yes since they keep an archive of issues on hand at all times.

Stone Kobold said...

@Joseph, yes, that is exactly what I do. Signup for a month subscription twice a year (june and dec) and download all the stuff from the last 6 months, then let the account lapse or cancel.

If you don't need constant access to the 4e tools on the site, you can easily grab a few months, or even the entire 3 or 4 year back catalog of stuff (since the magazines and misc columns on the site went to the fee area) in a few nights of serious downloading.

JasonZavoda said...


Hey Mort,

Thanks for posting all this stuff. I would never hear about half the main stream WotC modern Greyhawk material if not for your posts.

JnW said...

Do you know if they will be doing anymore first edition adventures?

Scott said...

For new 1st ed. AD&D modules, it might actually be worth it...

mortellan said...

JZ: No prob. I dont run 4e and likely never will but I still like to keep up on fluff.

JnW: That may depend entirely on how long this retrophase at wotc lssts.

Joseph Bloch said...

Precisely my thinking, Stone Kobold.