Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The Contemptible Cube of Quazar



Somebody out there has posted it:

THE CUBE

If you run it, I want a full report!

EDIT: For monster stats, see the Swords & Wizardry Monster Book.


12 comments:

  1. Just grabbed the download and love it!

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  2. We adventured through part of it in a Planet Algol session and it was pretty cool.

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  3. I love it! But isn't it missing a side? Plus, doesn't it need a top?

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  4. The link has stopped working! :( Would love to get a copy!

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  5. Looks like fun, Jimm. Are there more sides of the Cube forthcoming, or is this version done? I'm with Stefan---it looks like it's not all there???

    Allan.

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  6. The rear face is described in the encounter key as area 27 "DIMENSION ENGINE ROOM." As for the top: It's a one-page-dungeon, man! The whole thing needs a little fleshing out if your gonna run it. Or you might just say the top is filled with energy conduits and machinery that can be heard to varying degrees as hums, whines, clicks and muted scraping throughout the corridors of the cube, but are likely to inflict certain death on any character who breaks into the upper area.

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  7. Hey Jimm sorry to bother you...okay okay...not really...was just noticing the Sword & Wizardry Monster list link doesn't seem to be working for me cuz. Can you check it out or maybe put up another link to the monster stats please. By the way I started our OD&D group up here in Arkansas...and they love it...and so do I...after probably 10 years of being too burnt out to DM I'm coming up with all kinds of things to through my players into...I'll let you know the details later.

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    1. Better late than never, eh? I just check the link. Seems OK. Good Luck!

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    2. Better late than never, eh? I just check the link. Seems OK. Good Luck!

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  8. Ran it tonight with 4 players. I gave each player 10,000 XP to split between two PCs. Here are the character rules I used: Outland OD&D Character Generation

    It went like this: 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 19 -> 20... TPK!

    Admittedly, it was some sub-optimal play. But we had fun and I'm looking forward to sending another group in! I hope you write more adventures. I really enjoy your stuff.

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