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REVIEW: Demise of the Dragon (by G B Freeman)
« on: January 22, 2009, 10:19:30 AM »
Demise of the Dragon
by G B Freeman

Reviewed by Susan McKinney

    This was a pretty good adventure. There were no broken events or very few spelling errors. The dungeons were HUGE with lots of empty space. This could have been filled with flavor text or comments by pc's. It was a nice storyline. Good use of passwords to move the story along.

Rating: 6.0
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Re: REVIEW: Demise of the Dragon (by G B Freeman)
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2017, 01:53:28 AM »
An old module from 1993, and it shows.

Starting town could just as well have been a menu town.

First dungeon, as far as I played, is a long corridor with "Monsters Attack!" at regular intervals, with diverse enemies who truly embrace a multiracial monster society and defend it to their deaths.

Very nice looking overland map, though.

 

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