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Happy Jack's Funhouse

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The painted man rode into town, tossing candy and small trinkets to the cheering children. The children, their mouths stuffed with gumdrops, laughed at his jet-black horse adorned with a white saddle festooned with jingle bells.

He introduced himself to the town elders as Happy Jack and asked their permission to set up his attraction in the town square. The elders, seeing the happiness in the children, agreed.

Happy Jack brought with him food vendors and a thrill ride – a large painted attraction which manifested from a leather green and red checkerboard satchel after he placed it on the ground.

All was fun for two days…

 

NOTE: This product also includes Happy Jack's Rare Subclasses - a supplement containg the Jester (Rogue) and College of the Clown (Bard) subclasses and four new magic items.


Happy Jack’s Funhouse is an adventure for four to six characters of levels 3rd thru 6th. Scaling suggestions are included for characters of up to 10th level. The adventure takes place in Happy Jack’s Funhouse, where the adventurers encounter strange creatures, traps, and games.

This is the PDF version of the module. If you are looking for the Fantasy Grounds VTT - click here.


You might also enjoy my other horror-themed adventures:

Dragon's Breath Tavern - Adventure The House of the Midnight Violet The Madhouse of Tasha's Kiss - Adventure The Secret of Karnov Mansion - Adventure


 
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Fahed A November 18, 2019 7:52 pm UTC
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Sorry is this part 2..? Because I'm getting a lot from Tashas kiss reference and I have NOOOOOOOOO idea what that is..
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Jeff C. S November 18, 2019 8:36 pm UTC
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Greetings! It is not part 2. This is a stand-alone adventure. We published the Madhouse of Tasha’s Kiss last year and found ways to tie the two together.
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Fahed A November 19, 2019 1:47 pm UTC
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ow ok. Thanks and keep the good work going, loving it so far. Do you do massive adventures that takes 5 or 6 sessions of playing time to finish..?
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Jeff C. S November 19, 2019 3:30 pm UTC
CREATOR
I’m finishing a Trilogy now: Scourge of the Nightingale. It should take at least three 4 hour sessions.
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Robert I E November 08, 2019 5:55 pm UTC
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I love this adventure but I'm a little confused about the use of the bridge tree and fort maps in the "color maps" and "black and white maps" folders included. I can't find where those maps are used in the module, and I was hoping for more high-def maps of the funhouse without markings that I could use...
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Robert I E November 08, 2019 7:13 pm UTC
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Is it possible that some map files are missing from the PDF? For instance the only Deep Barovia and Candyland maps are in the Virtual Tabletop maps folder and both come un-gridded. Any help for someone who doesn't use a VTT?
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Jeff C. S November 08, 2019 7:28 pm UTC
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I’ll check on the maps tonight. I apologize, I thought all the map files had been updated
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Jeff C. S November 09, 2019 9:54 pm UTC
CREATOR
I does appear that the maps are incorrect. I've uploaded new files, but it may take a while for them to appear in your library or on the product page. I apologize.
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Dominique H November 08, 2019 5:04 pm UTC
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How does the PF version differ from the others? It doesn't appear to be any more printer friendly than the rest.
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Jeff C. S November 08, 2019 5:51 pm UTC
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The PF version doesn’t have a page background. Also, there’s a condensed version that may save some paper and ink.
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Alex W November 05, 2019 3:19 pm UTC
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Do you have a 1 shot you would recommend
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Jeff C. S November 05, 2019 6:01 pm UTC
CREATOR
Do you mean other than Happy Jack’s Funhouse?
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Jason B October 26, 2019 7:54 pm UTC
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OK. The Hammer of Bonking is just awesome. I unexpectedly laughed out-loud at the squeak and Thunderwave combo.
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Sebastian O October 24, 2019 2:58 am UTC
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Running this game for a party of 5 that is around level 6, would you recommend tweaking the combat a bit?
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Jeff C. S October 24, 2019 4:22 am UTC
CREATOR
You can always adjust it as you go. Most of the interior combat is just for fun flavor. The final encounter with Happy Jack should be memorable. Boosting his HP may not hurt.
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Brennah B October 23, 2019 7:43 pm UTC
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What size paper do you recommend printing the maps on so that the grid is made of 1" squares?
Specifically the PC color maps
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Jeff C. S October 23, 2019 7:59 pm UTC
CREATOR
I’m sorry. I’ve not tried to print the maps so I can’t answer that. It sounds like a great idea!
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Todd W October 22, 2019 1:30 am UTC
Do I need to run Tasha's Madhouse before this? I am looking for something to run this Friday as a "Halloween Surprise" for my group! Playing time, about 4 hours? Thanks!
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Jeff C. S October 22, 2019 1:45 am UTC
CREATOR
You do not need to run Tasha’s Kiss. We’ve made a connection to the two adventures but that’s all.
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Todd W October 22, 2019 3:31 pm UTC
Awesome, thanks!!!! Appreciate the quick reply!
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Xin S October 05, 2019 7:07 pm UTC
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I will be dming this for my D&D group soon they just finished Tasha's Madhouse haha. just wondering if you had any recommendations on music to play for the campaign?
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Jeff C. S October 05, 2019 7:17 pm UTC
CREATOR
Very cool! When I ran it I used music by Nine Inch Nails and Michael Jackson. But any music would do.
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Dennis P September 29, 2019 10:44 pm UTC
How similar is this to Tasha's Madhouse? I loved the other module but was just a little hesitant to dive in and buy this because of the similarities. Is it different enough to justify owning both?
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Jeff C. S September 29, 2019 11:37 pm UTC
CREATOR
I think so. We tried to make the two adventures different, but still keep a connection between them.
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James C September 24, 2019 7:22 pm UTC
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I can't wait to run this, but is there any way someone could make a more detailed map? My players are picky about maps. I would even pay for them.
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Jeff C. S September 24, 2019 7:27 pm UTC
CREATOR
I understand your point. I decided to use our working map because it looks creepy and fits the theme of the adventure.
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Charles A September 23, 2019 3:22 am UTC
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Is this a one shot? Thinking of running this for Halloween. How many hours are required to play?
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Jeff C. S September 23, 2019 3:41 am UTC
CREATOR
It is a one-shot. That being said, it’s really hard to tell how long it will run. I ran it in 3 hours but I can see it running longer. It all depends on how your players interact with the adventure.

You can easily streamline the adventure by removing rooms from the map. My players skipped several rooms, which reduced the play time.
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Tyler B September 18, 2019 5:01 am UTC
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Hi there, I'm reading through this, and I'm a little confused about the random junk chart. It's noted as a 2D6, but there are 36 results and they're numbered very strangely? Can anyone please explain how it's supposed to be utilized? Thanks!
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Tyler B September 18, 2019 7:30 am UTC
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Well, I feel silly. I figured it out! You roll 2D6, using the two digits to make up the number, not add them. Simple.
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