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Happy Jack's Funhouse

An adventure by Remley Farr and Jeff C. Stevens

Product Overview

A prefectly creepy, horror-style one-shot adventure, excellent for Halloween sessions.

4 to 8 hours for four to six characters.

Scalable for 3rd-10th level.

High-resolution maps of Happy Jack's Funhouse.

15 new monsters, including a Werehippo and Happy Jack's employees!

A creepy adventure perfect for your Domain of Dread, Ravenloft, Curse of Strahd, or home campaign.

Rules for grimoire, games, traps, employees, random junk, and more!

BONUS: Includes the Happy Jack's Rare Subclasses suplement with the Jester (Rogue), College of the Clown (Bard), and four new magic items.

Bubby the Werehippo

"Happy Jack Loves You!"

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...

Old hag Reaver and her zombie monkey

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

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More Adventures by Jeff Stevens Games:

Freak Show Collection PDF and PRINT   Adventures from the Potbellied Kobold Cover  The Madhouse of Tasha's Kiss  Happy Jack's Funhouse  The House of the Midnight Violet  The Throne of Bone  Dragon's Breath Tavern  The Lair of Glaucous  Blinsky's Toyshop  War Tortle Brewery  Haunting of Owlbear Lodge  Blibdoolpoolp Rising Cover  Annihilation Hold  Inot the Belly of the Beast  Tower of the Mad Twins  Blood on the Trail  The Night of the Rise  Scourge of the Nightingale  The Rage Within  Freak Show Collection PDF BUNDLE  Last March of the Tyrant Wyrm

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Villains & Lairs Supplements:

Villains & Lairs Collection  Villains & Lairs  Villains & Lairs II  Villains & Lairs III FREE  Villains & Lairs IV  Allies, Enemies, & Quests

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Terry R June 27, 2022 7:40 pm UTC
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Do you happen to have a version for Roll20?
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Jeff S June 27, 2022 11:15 pm UTC
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Not yet, but we just received word the Roll20 and the DMs Guild have reached a partnership agreement. Hopefully, this adventure will be on Roll20 eventually.
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Skye E July 06, 2022 8:22 pm UTC
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I see your maps that say they are for Roll20, but for the life of me I can't get them to line up to the grid. Do you know the width x height dimensions that would give the right layout of cells? I tried 4620x4620 pixels since that is what the image property says, but it doesn't line up right.
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Jeff S July 10, 2022 12:15 pm UTC
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I'm sorry, I don't. I'm new to Roll20 myself and I haven't converted any of my adventures yet. I know others have ran the adventure using Roll20, though.
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Jason J January 14, 2022 8:10 pm UTC
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Couple questions: 1) The mirrored floor (3B) appears to be surrounded by walls. How are players supposed to know its there? 2) I'm scaling up everything to CR 7 or 10 (still figuring it out). Are the adult aspects meant to scale or should they be relatively easy to beat? This will be my first time DM'ing to give our forever DM a break and it looks like a lot of fun!
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Jeff S January 15, 2022 9:22 am UTC
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Hello, Jason! This room is tied to Area 7K Petting Zoo. It's on the map in case the adventurers happen to break down the walls. I wouldn't scale the adult aspects for the adventure.
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Connor W December 01, 2021 2:27 pm UTC
Considering purchasing for my first campaign to DM and just want to check (what with the main picture being a clown), on a VTT, would this campaign be okay for players/viewers with Coulrophobia/fear of clowns?

Thanks
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Jeff S December 01, 2021 2:31 pm UTC
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The adventure is based in a creepy fun house and does feature the clown on the cover. You might want to ask the player if they would be comfortable playing the adventure.
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Connor W December 01, 2021 2:46 pm UTC
I mean more for creatures/opponents appearing on the VTT as token. The cover I can work around image wise
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Jeff S December 01, 2021 3:00 pm UTC
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I believe the tokens would feature the images in the PDF.
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Rory C November 15, 2021 7:03 pm UTC
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Gonna start running this for two different groups in coming weeks, had to fix a lot of stat block errors but look forward to seeing what the parties make of this
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TeeJay M October 24, 2021 9:06 pm UTC
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Adventure looks fantastic! Which version is the most up-to-date?
There are a few different versions and it's not indicated which is the latest upload.
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Lucas C September 30, 2021 10:50 am UTC
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Any tips on how to insert this adventure in Waterdeep? I'm planning one running WDH by the end of the year and would love to set this one shot in the city to familiarize them with.
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Jeff S September 30, 2021 12:25 pm UTC
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Hello, Lucas! I wish I could help but I’ve not played Waterdeep.
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Joseph E October 06, 2021 3:52 pm UTC
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My campaign is set in Waterdeep, and I am running this on the Waterdeep holiday Liar's Night. Could maybe use it in the Fall setting replacing the circus ran by Jarlaxle.
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Nicholas J September 18, 2021 12:44 am UTC
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Love the module so far! One issue, I can't find the stat block for the chainsaw construct. It looks like it should be in the back, but I didn't see it. Any guidance would be amazing :)
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Jeff S September 18, 2021 12:55 am UTC
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The Chainsaw Construct is more of a trap than an actual creature. Think of it as a metal dummy that springs from the alcove while waving a chainsaw connected to a spring. Or, you could use an animated armor, adding the chainsaw to its attack actions.
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Victor G October 06, 2021 5:42 pm UTC
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I like the trap anology. Chainsaws are not "fantasy" so I'll probably just look for another "trap". How about an iron maiden that comes out and engulfs a character?
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Jeff S October 06, 2021 10:10 pm UTC
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That would work, or change the attack to a cleaver. Happy Jack is a collector of rare things. There's no telling how he acquired a chainsaw. Consider it alien technology in a fantasy world.
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Matthew M August 23, 2021 8:23 pm UTC
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This was my first game I DMed and I loved it! The stitching has become a favorite creature at our table!
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Victor G June 01, 2021 12:11 am UTC
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Spoiler (?): I'm NOT a fan of the chainsaw. I know what you're going for but it's out of place in a fantasy campaign. Any creepy/campy yet fantasy alternatives? Worst case, I thought I'd go with a cleaver.
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Jeff S June 01, 2021 12:33 am UTC
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You could certainly go with a clever! That would be a good choice.
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william T July 01, 2021 1:57 pm UTC
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I bought this for a group of 3 friends with me as the dm wat lv u recommend I start them at they know what there doing i got them at lv 4 right now?
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Jeff S July 04, 2021 1:53 pm UTC
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I think level 4 would work. Just watch how the game play goes. You might need to adjust the AC and hit points of the creatures they encounter down. You might also make the skill checks a little easier by maybe decreasing them by 1 or 2. If you find them struggling, it's okay to make adjustments.
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Victor G June 01, 2021 12:07 am UTC
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Do the Roll20 maps include Dynamic Lighting? Just making sure I'm not missing anything.
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Jeff S June 01, 2021 12:32 am UTC
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Sorry, they do not.
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Earl C. H May 13, 2021 8:33 pm UTC
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You Should put these rules into Hero Lab Files?
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James T February 21, 2021 10:27 pm UTC
Are there any plans to bring these to Fantasy Grounds?
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Roy M January 14, 2021 1:55 pm UTC
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I am just starting to prep this game for gaming trip I take each year with friends. I am super excited by what I have seen so far. I will probably write a review once I run it. One frustration though, sometimes when I purchase items from DM's Guild the PDF will allow me to create bookmarks and other times it is locked in a way that prevents it. I find it very helpful to have bookmarks for navigation. If you are not willing to allow me access to create them myself, it would be very nice to have them already be there.
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Roy M January 14, 2021 2:45 pm UTC
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Appreciate the reply. Having this sort of access to the author is really nice and sells me on buying more stuff from you.
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David G November 02, 2020 2:33 pm UTC
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I finally got around to running this adventure over Halloween weekend. Our group had a blast. The PCs only made it to a fraction of the maps but I found a way to fit this one-shot into our 4-hour game. Super fun. I might run it as a multi-part next time so we can see more of the funhouse. Thank Remley and Steve for another great piece of content.
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Leila B October 28, 2020 10:54 pm UTC
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Hi! First of all, this is a great module and I am able to put it into my open world campaign and just removed the Barovia elements easy peasy. It's so scary too. If you are considering getting this, let me push you to do it. It's a really great "dungeon."
A few quick questions:
- I don't have Tasha's. What does her mirror lead to then?
- How do you stop the Planar Vortex (6a)? Do you kill the Funhouse Gallery attendant?
- You may want to remove the Grown Up room on the PC's map, because hiding it only gave away that it was there. Unless they should have been able to see it? A one-inch diameter hallway feels like a really high investigation DC!

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Nicholas S October 25, 2020 8:06 am UTC
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Hey Jeff, my name is Nick. Under the bonus it says it includes the Jester and Clown subclasses. I bought Funhouse but it didn't come with it. Do I have to purchase them separately?
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