Posted by : David Guyll April 23, 2016

It's been a while since we talked about Dungeons & Delvers, so here's a simple playtest adventure!

It's one part hexcrawl, two parts dungeon crawl, and there are four pregen characters in the back; a future release will provide rules for actual character generation and advancement.

We're mostly interested in how difficult the adventure is (so we can get the numbers right): can the adventurers get through several encounters before having to rest, do they need to run back each time, are they able to breeze through everything, is there something they can't beat even at their best, etc?

Of course if the rules aren't clear, don't work, don't seem to work as intended, or you have a better idea for how to handle something, definitely let us know.

As with our FrankenFourth playtest, feel free to share this with your group, run it, and comment on anything and everything: send it via email, post a comment here, or head on over to the G+ community.

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  1. This looks really cool. I look forward to watching it progress!

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    1. @Linneman: Barring art and maybe some math tweaks, it's essentially done. If you have the time to look through the adventure, lemme know what you think!

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