DMs Guild Review – Weekend at Strahd’s

A radical one-shot adventure filled to the max with totally awesome 80s references, dude!

A review copy of “Weekend at Strahd’s” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by: Anthony Joyce and Oliver Clegg

I can now check off “adventures based on entire decades” off my review list. Weekend at Strahd’s is technically a one-shot D&D adventure for levels 5-10. But in reality it’s a goofy, over-the-top collection of references from the 1980s masquerading as a D&D adventure.

Your love of 80s pop culture (80s movies in particular) will directly affect your enjoyment of this otherwise well-produced, richly formatted one-shot.

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DMs Guild Review – The Heir of Orcus: Verse III

Explore a cyberpunk city in the Underdark to thwart the latest schemes by The Heir of Orcus in this Tier 2 AL-compatible adventure.

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Designed by: Anthony Joyce

I don’t quite possess the love and nostalgia for Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner, but I do respect the hell out of it for how it (and most Philip K. Dick stories) influenced and inspired so much of our modern storytelling, including this third chapter of The Heir of Orcus Adventurer’s League series.

Designed for a level 8 party, The Heir of Orcus: Verse 3 takes a surprising yet satisfying left turn into sci-fi territory with a well-realized cyberpunk city, bolstered by incredible artwork and map designs.

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