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Classic Modules Today: Return to the Tomb of Horrors (5e)

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In 1998, TSR published the module named “Return to the Tomb of Horrors” , I for Intermediate level adventures. It was written by Bruce R. Cordell, and illustrated by Arnie Swekel, and Glen Michael Angus. It consisted of a 160 page booklet and two folding covers with maps. “Return to the Tomb of Horrors” was the second of the Tome series released and was preceded by “The Rod of Seven Parts” by Skip Williams. This conversion guide allows DMs to run the original module with 5th Edition rules and provides a reference sheet for encounters and traps.

This  40 page  conversion guide allows DMs to run the original module with 5th Edition rules and provides a reference sheet for encounters.

To use this conversion guide you will need a copy of "Return to the Tomb of Horrors", originally available in hard-copy and now for sale in Digital format at DMsGuild.com.

"Classic Modules Today: B4 The Lost City" contains the OpenOffice/LibreOffice source files used to create this PDF. Visit Classicmodulestoday.com for instructions on creating your own classic module conversions and selling them on the DMs Guild.

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Dustin C July 11, 2020 11:03 pm UTC
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Some of the items are missing. For instance, the Ring of Universal Movement is mentioned, but not actually converted.
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Kenneth W December 26, 2019 9:51 pm UTC
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Grab the right file and its easy as pie!
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Alyson Y December 26, 2019 8:44 pm UTC
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Read it before you make a judgement as there are definitely no issues with this book.

There is no weird copy/paste happening in this document. As a published author, I know for a fact that a typo does not make for a bad document or story but to say that there is blatant misinformation or mixups after editing and publishing within this particular book is wholly false.

I highly recommend it and have gifted the book to friends who are avid players, none of which have found fault nor flaw. The only thing this book does is make for a great gameplay with a knowledgeable, articulate and imaginative DM.

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Manuel M September 03, 2019 4:00 pm UTC
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I found a lot of mistakes, errata and non converted things, some examples: Ferranifer (a level 18 vampire necromancer) has the stats from a scout with a leather armor and short sword (XXX?); Animate Undead spell is talking about THACO...

If you ask to pay for this, you've got to take care and don't do a weird copy/paste thing.
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Alyson Y December 26, 2019 8:45 pm UTC
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Are you sure you’re commenting on the right book?
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Richard G June 30, 2020 10:45 pm UTC
I have just purchased CMT: Rod of Seven Parts by same author and found quite a few typos and poor grammar. Also seemed to show little effort in converting some things and simply makes reference that it exists in the original material. For this reason, I am reluctant to buy this product even though I like the original adventure and would run it in 5th Edition.
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jim K May 08, 2022 3:35 pm UTC
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did you have any updates about ferranifer?
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Luis Alberto G May 10, 2019 12:12 am UTC
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Is there a reason why the Molydeus in this module is different than the official MToF one?
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