Reconnecting with gamers from old campaigns is an odd experience. When I meet people I gamed with in the past, the interaction always works as though we saw each other last session – even if years have passed. Recently, I looked up a friend who was a part of my gaming group about eight years ago. The discussion turned to a module we’d written for a local con in 1999, that we’d both lost our copies, and that reconceptualising it would be great.
The result is BK1 Fear Itself, a short adventure for AD&D aimed at character levels 2-4. It has all of the key components mapped out, but has enough leeway that a DM could put their own stamp onto the story. There are some suggestions for scaling the module, and some points left deliberately vague so that your imagination can fill in the blanks.
The heroes in this process though are the folk who have either freely licenced their artwork, or have been kind enough to provide permission to me. The artists at DeviantArt are not only highly talented, but also very generous – so drop by their galleries and leave some feedback. They certainly deserve it.
Next fortnight will be a foray into the World of Darkness once again, so until then – game hard!