Adventures


(Last Updated: 23 Adventures, September 4th, 2013)

Many of the maps on the site have full adventures written for them. This page is to make it easier for you to find them.

A number of these are available in print in Dyson’s Delves.

* Indicates an award-winning or nearly-award-winning adventure.

 

Just to be clear about these adventures – they are the Copyright of Dyson Logos.

While I encourage you to take my maps and use them for your non-commercial uses including posting them to your blogs, my adventures are 100% under my copyright. So if you want to modify or reformat one of my adventures for your own use, that’s totally cool, but they cannot be republished in this edited / reformatted format.

In other words: If you want a version of one of my adventures in PocketMod format, or re-statted for use with GURPS Magic or another system, go ahead and do it but do NOT post it to the internet, to your blog, or wherever else.

If you have a book where my adventures have material released under the terms of the OGL, you will note that the adventure title remains Product Identity, as do the maps. So if you want to use the OGL to republish my adventures, then be sure to include a new map and title.

13 thoughts on “Adventures”

  1. Thank you for sharing this. My group has played the Challenge of the Frog Idol, the Fortress on the Ironflow, Dyson’s Delve, Lair of the Spider Flayers, Atarin’s Delve, and Ruins of the Gorgon. Your stuff is great!

  2. Thank you so much for putting it in all one spot! There was more than one that I missed! Hey D, is Oakenshield for Level 1 or Level 3? You have diffferent notations on the module itself and here.
    Be well and thanks again!
    –R–

  3. Hey Dyson, your maps, as always, are just amazing and inspiring. Thanks for putting this whole list together!

    I’ve been working off and on for the past year or so (mostly off) on converting your awesome Dyson’s Delve to 4e D&D with much success. While I did have to tweak some creatures and some 4e rules to capture the same feel, it worked well and my players were hooked, eagerly awaiting the next floor.

    Thanks again and happy gaming!

  4. A great little resource with excellent production value! I will be running Frog Idol this weekend. Looking forward to using that floating Zombie island!

  5. What is wrong with restatting or expanding a free adventure? I wanted to post it on my blog for educational purposes.

    BTW. I used The Tomb of Durahn Oakenshield in my campaign and then players went to search a fence to recover stolen goods from the tomb, and they found him in the Severs of Travon! There are many very good quality adventures on this blog.

  6. I know that in copyright law, at least in my country, a modified text can be published as long as the author of the original agrees. So could you allow me to do it? It is adventure based on map of Severs of Travon, made into medium size module, with commentary explaining what makes an old school module and different approaches to it. It is not in English, so I can’t show it to you.

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