Tag Archives: 1st edition

Classic Dungeon Trivia 9

As the doors to this magnificent room clanged open, the party barely had time to register their surroundings before Sir Vincent of Diakuw charged forward through the flames. Having recognized the danger immediately, and seizing on an opportunity to finally use his broadsword of Iron Phoenix Slaying, he did do battle with the abomination and stuck down the fell beast in an hour and 49 minutes. …

Classic Dungeon Trivia 8

When we last met our stalwart adventurers, they were on the long and perilous Journey to the Rock, and the powerful, but grim, barbarian Daddy Grognard led the way. In TWELVE #$%@ing minutes!!! I had barely finished typing and he already guessed right. Oh well, chocolate for Big D. This week, our hearty band has arrived at an unusual chamber……

I Take My Throwing Knife, and Throw It…Knife Style!

I finally got to watch the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons episode of Community. I haven’t seen the show before, but I saw the commercials and had to find this episode at least. I didn’t go into it with much hope, just because most people that “make fun” of D&D don’t really understand it so it just comes off as awkward…

Monthly Poll – Favorite Old School Module

Stolen directly from Grognardia ‘s web site So much for January. That didn’t take long. Sort of a small turn out for last months Monthly Poll so this shouldn’t take long. In 1st place for the favorite “deceptive” creature with 36% of the votes was the Doppleganger 2nd Place goes to the Water Weird (one of my personal favorites) 3rd place is Gas Spore. I have to …

Classic Dungeon Trivia 7

I thought last weeks was tough….wrong again. Vincent Diakuw was able to get it right in an hour and 56 minutes. Although, this time I actually had someone guess wrong. Maybe I’m getting more cryptic. Anyways, the answer was Q1: Queen of the Demonweb Pits On to this weeks trivia… Player’s Background For weeks, you’ve been looking for adventure in this forsaken wilderness, with nothing much to …

Classic Dungeon Trivia 6

Continuing with my effort to stay of track with Classic Dungeon Trivia Friday’s, I’m actually going to post one on a Friday! As to our last installment…Grendlewulf answered correctly with U1: The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh. The candybar goes to him. Now, on to this weeks moderately challenging trivia. And in the words of your dark lord and mine “I have you now!” THE CHAMBER OF OPPOSITION This room…

Classic Dungeon Trivia 5

Damn it! I just realized I’ve missed the last TWO Classic Dungeon Trivia Fridays. So I’m gonna do one now, and in 4 minutes after one of you D&D Savants answers it I’ll start posting one every Friday…I hope. As for the last one JB answered correctly in 1hr 11min, and I think he stalled just to make me feel better. Or maybe he was hung over from New…

Classic Dungeon Trivia 4

I’d like to thank Christopher B for waiting nearly 2 1/2 hours before answering last weeks Classic Dungeon Trivia. I swear I’m trying to make these somewhat challenging, but it’s just not turning out that way. Lets try another before I get really serious with you guys. STEPS OF THE ZIGGURAT If the group reaches this point they will be able to see…

Classic Dungeon Trivia 3

Fine fine fine…last weeks trivia took Christopher B a grand total of 20 minutes to guess that the room was from the classic fun house dungeon C2 – The Ghost Tower of Inverness. I swear this week I’ll get you meddling kids and your dog too!! So here goes… At the top of the stairs are the remains of a door, …

Classic Dungeon Trivia 2

And the answer is: Since last weeks Classic Dungeon Trivia was so easy (Grendelwulf guessed it in 33 minutes, and I have a feeling part of that time was spent reading it and making breakfast) I’ll have to fine something a little more obscure. This weeks trivia is from a classic D&D module and I decided to give you a room description rather than a background…

Classic Dungeon Trivia

This picture is not from the module Thought I would try something a little different. I’ll post an excerpt from a classic D&D module, and we’ll see if anyone can identify which module it was pulled from. Sometimes it will be from the adventure’s background or a description of a memorable room or encounter. I’ll stick with published TSR modules so I don’t get …