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The House of the Midnight Violet
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Kelly D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/28/2020 21:37:24

This was a fun mini-module that I converted for use as part of a dark fantasy Fate Campaign run for teens during Coronacation. To be clear, I ran it using Fate Core rules, not D&D 5e rules. It was a lot of fun and the teens enjoyed the puzzle. I ran this campaign virtually because of COVID on Google Meet and presented the maps. Therefore, I needed to photoshop the secret door out of the maps, since it was marked. This was not a lot of work, nevertheless, I would respectfully recommend that the author provide separate GM and player maps with secret doors NOT marked on the player maps. My second tip for GMs is think out ahead what you will do when your players want to do some sort of nature roll to befriend like 25 feral cats........ Have fun!



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The Haunt
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Kelly D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/25/2020 15:27:04

I "converted" this adventure to the Fate Core RPG system and ran it for a teen group as part of a dark fantasy, short campaign comprised of several haunted houses linked together. The main idea was chaos entering the world in the form of several evil gemstones which needed to be found and destroyed. It was a very good, creepy adventure with a fun puzzle inserted that the teens enjoyed very much. It is better for older, not younger, teens. My only beef is that the "player map" shows the secret doors. I had to photoshop this out. All-in-all great purchase.



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