The Angelfire links are working again. I emailed Tori about them this morning. Given the age of the site, he may be moving them to his blog, Realms of Chirak (realmsofchirak.blogspot.com/) in the near future.
I have downloaded everything under "Solos to Download" and I am preparing to do a solo campaign. Can anyone suggest a good order to play this list in?
Barony of Sanris.pdf Beneath the Arena.pdf Dark Side of the Desert.pdf Down Time.pdf Escape From Khosht.pdf Four Jars of Mead.pdf Goblin Lake.pdf Night walk in the wild woods.pdf No rest for the weary at war.pdf Queen Scorpions and Lady Nymphs.pdf Sole Survivor.pdf Temple of Issoth.pdf The Bullow Lands.pdf The Sunk of Tarsus.pdf
Okay, sorry, perhaps I should have been a bit clearer in what I am doing. In my current game group, I am the GM, and unfortunately, I do not have the time to participate in a second game group, so I do not get to play nearly as often as I would like. To get some player time in, I have decided to solo a T&T campaign and what I am looking for is a mix of solo adventures I can play over the next few months or even a year, with reasonable progression of the character. The adventures do not need to be free, but free seemed to be a good place to start. I have not played T&T since the mid 80's and so a nice push in the right direction would be most appreciated. Thank you.
I started this morning with Buffalo Castle, which I already own (I actually have 3 copies for some reason). I will then move onto Four Jars of Mead, and Temple of Issoth. After that, what I do will depend on what level my character is. Again, thanks for the help.
Post by ProfGremlin on Oct 20, 2015 19:10:14 GMT -5
Nice catch, Zanshin! I don't have simple access to the TrollsZine! issues I've collected, they're on a stored external drive at the momment, but I seem to recall that at least one of JJB's solos, No Rest for the Weary at War, was in one of the TrollsZine!s. Is my memory working or do I have a faulty sector here...?
I'll have the deep-fried battered pixie with balrog dipping sauce and a Hobgoblin ale.