THE DEMONWEB PITS? The Expedition to the Demonweb Pits campaign adventure is designed to begin with four to six 9th-level DUNGEONS & DRAGONS®. The Queen of the Demonweb Pits represents the conclusion of the Giants and Drow collection of modules, all of which have been previously. Like a monstrous spiderweb spun across the very fabric of the planes, the plane known as the Demonweb Pits is formed of interwoven strands of planar matter.
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Shattered Lands Dark Sun: I simply found the specific implementation of it in Q1 to be more persnickety and detailed than suited me.
I’ve heard something about the Sunless Sea, but not much else. I agree with all your comments. The City of Ravens.
The Lost Library of Cormanthyr. I’ll always look upon this adventure with much fondness. We appreciate your feedback. It is femonweb seventh module in an epic series of adventures set in the World of Greyhawkbeginning with raids by local hill giants and other events described in the G Against the Giants modules.
The Demonweb Pits
A good challenge for experienced players. Sutherland probably wasn’t the greatest adventure designer, but he’s far from the worst and, as I’ve shown, there’s a lot to like here.
Don’t get me wrong, my copy was great bathroom reading like most of my unused gaming stuffbut the product as an example of what the big boys think was a great interdimensional adventure was kind of insulting to me, even the young idiot that I was.
Expedition to the Demonweb Pits received a mixed reaction on its release. Nothing slows down play than having to fumble through a module to see how a certain spell or item functions in the chaos of an Abyssal layer. Many elements carry across the history of the Demonweb: The middle ground just never sat well piits me.
Spider form aside, there’s no reason why Lolth has to take the spider motif to a gimmicky degree. Something like this demanded to be well thought out, with encounters that friggin’ made sense on a whole.
David Sutherland Gary Gygax.
As petitioners, they take on a decidedly fiendish yet wretched appearance, though they are still clearly drow – even those few who were not drow as mortals. Sometimes, I prefer things a little rough around the edges; it gives demonweg an excuse to roll up my sleeves and make it shine. In the maze there are portals to other worlds, some to which Lolth sends minions to invade such as a winter world and a world of permanent night.
Kelly Bailey February 4, at 1: In my humble opinion gods should either be a nebulous ideal, or they should be very mortal. Will February 4, at Somewhere amid the tangled strands of the web, Lolth has woven an impenetrable barrier of planar fabric.
Especially the dwarves at war. Anonymous February 4, at 3: Book 3 – “To Foreign Shores”.
Also something about Lolth in a giant mechanical and yet magical spider was strangely seductive. But then demonwwb, it might be splitting hairs at this point.
Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: But apparently Sutherland had ambitions outside of illustration. Interesting that one of the most well-regarded settings may have srpang from a scenario that was not so well-loved.
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