This week on the Vintage RPG Podcast, we journey to Jennell Jaquays’ Dark Tower, one of the best books Judges Guild’s produced and often considered one of the very best D&D adventures of all time. We chat a bit about why that is, touch on Caverns of Thracia (which will be getting its own episode shortly) and generally discuss the state of dungeon design in the late 70s. There’s also DUCKS!
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One thought on “Dark Tower”
I just saw that Goodman Games is doing a 5E conversion of Dark Tower w/ pretty cool cover by Sanjulian