Dark Quest

A Series of Adventures Wherein the PCs are pawns of the Dark God, Tharzdu'un!
The Pied PiperRJK
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15 Jul 2004, 01:30 #1

I've suspended bringing Dark Druids to CU form in order to concentrate on the remaining parts for Horrid Swamp, et al. The Trolls expreessed interest in bringing this and the rest of the series to the C&C system, so, again, as I find time (a precious commodity these days) I will be proceeding with this as well, probably in two parts and with possible d20 issuances of same, as well, for that market.
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to King Homquat?" -- C.A. Smith's, The Seven Geases.
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Gene Weigel
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Joined: 30 May 2002, 21:07

15 Jul 2004, 01:57 #2

Wow! That really is awesome!
GENE WEIGEL'S DUNGEON
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SWGregg
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Joined: 06 Dec 2003, 13:34

15 Jul 2004, 10:50 #3

That's good news. I've been wanting to see more of this series since picking up the first part. I've been carrying around that damn spike for two years now waiting for something to do with it.
Scott
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DCAS
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15 Jul 2004, 13:16 #4

Excellent news, Rob. What does this mean for Dark Druids? Will it too be converted to C&C or just stand as-is in D20 (and the CU version on the CD)?Sir Leo St. Clair, Lord Mayor of Richmondtown
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Troll Lord Trolling
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Joined: 30 Oct 2002, 06:07

15 Jul 2004, 13:54 #5

Ahahaha
this is how i am
1) out of the loop
2) suffering from memory lapse
3) never listen to anyone when drunk
either i completely forgot this or who cares... anyway
claws in the dark
black heart
revannant sea
isle of bronze
vale of titans
that's a lot of writing but it would be azz kikin to get these wrapped.
as for DD,maybe it is time to do a correction, fix the maps and other issues and kick start the series again - shite
dadvis
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SirUlfric
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Joined: 07 Jun 2004, 22:56

15 Jul 2004, 15:55 #6

Go Trolls!
I'm imagining a renaissance. I walk into my FLGS in about 18 months and see multiple shelves of C&C modules both from TLG & 3rd parties. I overhear employees talking about how conventional industry wisdom has been overturned. C&C modules are selling better than the rule...I mean...guidebooks. (Although the C&C PHB is doing respectably well.) Also, people keep asking if they happen have any old OAD&D PHBs for sell.
Eh...we can dream, huh?--
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(aka Robert Fisher)
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tonyx33
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Joined: 13 Feb 2007, 20:29

13 Feb 2007, 13:29 #7

In France Nobody knows about C&C !!!
AD&D and Hackmaster are !!!
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Clangador
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Joined: 26 Oct 2002, 07:12

13 Feb 2007, 17:08 #8

What the?????
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Zudrak
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13 Feb 2007, 17:21 #9

I'm pretty sure there was a French player on the DF C&C boards. I seem to recall him/her asking when the PHB would arrive overseas. That was over a year ago, so my memory is hazy, but I do seem to remember there being a presence of C&C in France.----------
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DCAS
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13 Feb 2007, 18:20 #10

There are also a few Quebecois who play C&C.Sir Leo St. Clair, Lord Mayor of Richmondtown
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