Once Upon a Delve

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9 Responses

  1. Jeremy says:

    That’s funny stuff. Very clever.

  2. Elton says:

    A werewolf is a brute? I tend to think of them as psychopaths.

  3. Oh, I like this, lots of flavor and fun, and I even approve of the Skill Challenge. Nice work.

  4. Oz says:

    Very well done. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Xarathos says:

    I think this may be the best version of those fairy tales ever.

    Of all time. :D

    I really have to use this idea at some point. . . it’s just too perfect not to.

  6. Cool. This reminds me of the old D&D modules EX1 & EX2, based on _Alice in Wonderland_ and _Through the Looking Glass_, where all the characters were turned into deadly monsters. It’s occasionally fun to give the players something familiar, yet not quite, to deal with.
    http://www.wizards.com/dnd/article.asp?x=dnd/dx20020121x8

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  1. December 3, 2010

    [...] Over in the Dungeon 185 Editorial, Steve Winter talks about Dramatic Structure and how it applies to scenario design, but he misses the opportunity to tie the Three Act Play to good Delve design. At the risk of blowing my own horn too much, this is something I’ve already written about and demonstrated with Once Upon a Delve.  [...]

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