We’ve had a lot of Ravenloft accessories arrive in the shop recently. Three modules caught my attention for additional photos.
One aspect of the old Ravenloft modules I enjoy are the isometric maps that you see throughout the setting. This was the first time (I believe) that TSR used that map style consistently in an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons product line. Isometric maps convey a “you are there” atmosphere.
House of Strahd (RM4)
1993 … Tracy and Laura Hickman … 64 pages + map … TSR 9418 … ISBN 1560766719
House of Strahd is a re-do of the original Ravenloft I6 module (1983), adapting the adventure into 2nd Edition AD&D rules.
Feast of Goblyns (RA1)
1990 … Blake Mobley … 96 pages + double cover + fold-out map + poster … TSR 9298 … ISBN 0880388773
Feast of Goblyns was the first module for the Ravenloft Campaign Setting. Featured additional resources for DMs new to the setting, including a deluxe character sheet and a secondary DM Screen.
RA1 also came with a poster of the cover art by Clyde Caldwell, though these posters will often be missing from used copies.
The Created (RM2)
1993 … Bruce Nesmith … 32 pages … TSR 9414 … ISBN 1560766107
The Created you can think of as “Chucky horror movie” in the Ravenloft setting. Our game group ran into this construct during our recent Curse of Strahd mini-campaign.
Guiseppe’s Toy Shop is the centerpiece of the adventure.
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