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Happy Jack's Funhouse
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by David J. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/16/2019 02:44:17

will be running this as a halloween one-shot for a couple of groups and it looks fantastic!



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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Happy Jack's Funhouse
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Justin H. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/25/2019 14:42:39

Another smash hit! I absolutely loved the Madhouse of Tasha's Kiss and this badboy is a great follow up. I love that they tie right together. Also...Jack is terrifying. The mechanics of the last fight was really one for the books. Well done!



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Happy Jack's Funhouse
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by David P. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/23/2019 16:01:17

It was a fun adventure to run. I like the fact that it was a circusy type of dungeon. I picked it because one of my players was a circus performer in his backstory, and I modified it for my campaign. The dungeon itself took about three hours. The players ended up bargaining with Jack showing the note they found from the Hag saying her plan is working and she's twisting her mind. It also helped they metioned his real name. Jack said he'd turn himself in the looney bin if they all found the hag and helped him kill her, which they did but I made it a hard encounter even with Jack's help. They also cut of Jacks arms before throwing him in the looney bin just in case he escapes. I also added a Harley Quinn encounter before Jack because why not. I made the "adults" roaming the dungeon have some of the playful personalities of kids so they would often annoy the players. Lucy was throwing flour in their face (blindness), Briggs was trying to "catch" a meal for Lucy (piercing damage). The chainsaws I modified into clowns with chainsaws because it's much creepier and they just cut the bridge when some of the players were trying to leave. I made it so the players had to keep the adults alive to combine back with the kids. This adventure gave me a lot to work with and build off of. My players like the note in the first room foreshadowing all the adults.



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Happy Jack's Funhouse
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Chad L. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/15/2019 12:51:00

Yep. Jeff is back at it again with his latest title, "Happy Jack's Funhouse". Not sure when he sleeps, but he's obviously found a way to function in the real world, and churn out the incredible content that he does. So, let's get down to it.

The backstory on how Jack came to be is a goldmine for the DM for roleplaying and understanding his motivations. You also learn how Reaver fits into the story, and her relationship to Jack.

A group of children are lost inside the funhouse, and your party is to go and rescue them. They were last seen in Happy Jack's Funhouse. When going throught the funhouse, I really appreciate that the room you are reading about also has a picture of the room near it, eliminating those pesky back-and-forth page turns. The artwork is very well done, and help to accent the story as you read. The items, puzzles, and plot twists are REALLY WELL DONE. Even the construction of the funhouse... well, you may never look at Chucky Cheese the same again. They are very unique, and make me want to "try it out" with my gaming group.

There is a lot of depth to this story. It's not just a "go in, kill stuff, rescue kids". There are plot points you figure out, and multiple ways to deal with obsticles put in your way.

This is a great adventure. For $5.95, this is a bargain for the memories you'll make with your friends going through this adventure. I know there will be "do you remember when X happened?" moments you'll have with your party.



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