Mar 312009

Today, after three weeks of translation work, the French version of Dungeonslayers struck home.

James Manez put his shoulder to the wheel and worked like a pro – the only things left to do are adjusting the layout of the jeu de rôle à l’ancienne, and les personnages tuent des monstres et pillent des catacombes.
For that, a big merci goes out to Clermont-Ferrand!

Another big “Thank you!” goes to Oklahoma, where Michael Garcia started a Dungeonslayers-Wiki. Everybody is invited to post their own variants of the rules or ideas in order to collect them for others to use and to take part in the diverse translation projects.

Have a look, there is already some stuff online.

 Posted by at 15:32
Mar 252009

You are in dire need of a dungeon for your next session but you don’t have the time to prepare something on your own? Then the Dungeon2Go adventures are the right tool for the job!

They are one-paged mini-adventures (in “Lord of the Rats” style) which drop your players right into the action without further ado. The first fast-food dungeon is now available in our download section and focuses on the “Brigands of Lyrkenfenn”, which are hidden somewhere in the swamp of the same name.
But this is only the half of it…

Draw your blade or bow, prepare your spells and have fun!

 Posted by at 15:07
Mar 042009

Only 22 days ago, a small party of fearless adventurers including Michael “Stargazer” Wolf, Fabian “Sir Slayalot” Mauruschat and Moritz “Glgnfz” Mehlem started out on a long and dangerous quest to bring Dungeonslayers to the world! Especially in the end they received precious advice and help from fellow adventurer Greyharp. Today they returned victorious to present the english edition of Dungeonslayers to you.
This marvellous tome is based on the 3rd Edition of the original German Dungeonslayers rulebook and already includes the latest errata. The PDF document which can be downloaded for free contains all the rules you need to play Dungeonslayers including the introductory adventure “Lord of the rats”!
The english edition of Dungeonslayers is dedicated to the memory of Gary Gygax, the co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons, who passed away one year ago.

“One more thing: don’t spend too much time merely reading. The best part of this work is the play, so play and enjoy!” – Gary Gygax

 Posted by at 14:56