Commentary On N1 Against the Cult of the Reptile God For Advanced Dungeons & Dragons First Edition I was talking with my systems guy about Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea & C1's blog entry yesterday. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Designed as extremely low-level adventures for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. In my aunt and uncle's nicely finished off basement, I was playing Against the Cult of the Reptile God with my cousin and I had no idea what I was doing. Against the Cult of the Reptile God: An Adventure for Character, Levels 1-3 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Module, No. Anyway I started off with the dungeons, and learned A LOT, then … Against the Cult of the Reptile God is an adventure module for the first edition of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, set in the game's World of Greyhawk campaign setting. Primo is going to fly above the chamber and every 1d4 Rounds, he's going to summon 2d4 undead. It’s free. He completed the task in just four weeks. N1 Against the Cult of the Reptile God by Douglas Niles N2 Forest Oracle by Carl Smith N3 Destiny of Kings by Stephen Bourne N4 Treasure Hunt by Aaron Allston N5 Under Illefarn by Steve Perrin Misha Devi wants to keep converting key figures in town and maintain a somewhat delicate balance. This is what it is. Between pages 14 and 15 were two unnumbered pages which included many maps, for the temple, the dungeon, and the two inns. He returned to the Party at the North Bridge. Against the Cult of the Reptile God is one of my favorite D&D modules. They were going to wake up the next morning and discover whoever failed their CON Save missing. Like my quick adjustment of Abramo (who will be back again in Night Below as Lord Bram the Death Knight and look very much like the Warduke). I politely disagree, which is why I think kindly about Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module N1, Against the Cult of the Reptile God. Gridded or gridless maps and dungeon painter studio files included. As soon as she discovered troglodytes she perked up. u/glennjitsu. He didn't get his way, per se, but he was also correct. D&D Module Spotlight: Against The Cult Of The Reptile God J.R. Zambrano 3 Minute Read July 5 Come and take a look at one of the most influential low-level adventures of 1st Edition, come take a stand against the cult of the reptile god. When I read a module the 2nd time (or more), I start making notes: This is rad. 109. A Quick Creation. Yeah I had read this somewhere else too, thanks! Each time they attack it, it will lash out as a Chromatic Orb. Posted by. It bears the code N1 and is the first in the N (Novice) series of unrelated adventures for beginning characters. My PCs fled into the Grove of Elms to regroup and take a short rest. I hadn't considered that, but fuckin' A right! Abramo's Lizardsfolk round em up and he starts executing them. Running this will encourage free form thinking in both you and your players. It was 1983. This is what it is. After they beat ExDef (assuming) and rescue any NPCs and loot the loot, they should hit 4th level and return to Orlane as the conquering heroes. So I've been writing my own campaign setting, and as part of that I've decided to drop /u/mattcolville 's favorite low level adventure into it, as it fits well into my plan to have a campaign centered around a vast yuan-ti conspiracy. N1) [Niles, Doug] on Afterthoughts No real comments this week. Unfortunately, the map only could get them as far as the village of Silverlode just on the west side of the Lortmil Mountains. The grids work perfectly! A Quick Creation. While I love the last 2/3rds of Against the Cult, the first 3rd is not really my jam. Any time you're playing and the players aren't investigating (the mountain will not go to Mohammed) then it's time for the investigation to come to them! Written by Douglas Niles and first published in 1982, this is, I believe, the last AD&D module to use this specific iteration of TSR's trade dress (a new one being introduced with Pharaoh later this same year). Rescue Marieke Clayborn and the Mayor from the Temple of Harvest and Misha Devi. This way you can easily know which NPC are going to be unfriendly or at least trying to lure the PCs into a false since if security. Ramne. 5 years, I'll create level 1 characters and do #1 against the Reptile God again and then move onto the 2nd adventure. ... Omg I never thought of using it for battle and dungeon maps!! The up side of this is that you get to learn pacing! And making them scramble to find increasingly rare safety in town adds more drama and tension. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. He completed the task in just four weeks. and otherwise make the module work for you. Against the Cult of the Reptile God (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) | Douglas Niles | download | B–OK. what could be the cause?. My PC left the Grove of Elms with a couple major goals: Stop Abarmo's executions (I secretly ruled that 3 NPC townies were going to die every 20 minutes that they spent doing something else). They poke around, they get snippets of info, they pick an Inn (I think there's a Good Inn and an Evil Inn) and if they've been playing for an hour or two and I can sense that they feel lost at sea, some cultists attack! The maps were fine. This monster has to go. Can anyone offer advice on running this adventure? The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. The detail he puts into the story and all possible outcomes based on the situation at hand clearly shines through on many levels. I have never, in all my years Playing and DMing this silly game - and a few other RPGs - played a module utterly as written or DM'd one as such. Against the Cult of the Reptile God is a 1st Edition AD&D module written by Douglas Niles in 1982. Just a lot of fun dungeon crawlin. I just like the open-ended way of the Original modules. I have no idea how long the adventure should run, what character levels it should cover, or even any kind of sequencing to the adventure.