Solo Dungeons and Dragons from the 1980’s – Adventure Module Review.
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Play D&D on your own as a solo game! On this video I review adventure modules from the eighties that were made to be played by only one person rather than as a group with a Dungeon Master.
All but one of these modules was made for the DND Basic ruleset but can be easily modified to work for Fifth Edition. Most of them also have a group variant so they can be reused by your DM and a regular party.
M1 (MSOLO1)– Blizzard Pass
M2 (MSOLO2) – Maze of the Riddling Minotaur
BSOLO – Ghost of Lion Mountain
XSOLO = Lathan’s Gold
XS2 – Thunderdelve Mountain
CM5 – Mystery of the Snow Pearl
MV1 – Midnight on Dagger Alley
You can find some of them second-hand or on the DM’S Guild.
If you have an original copy of M1 or M2, find a HTML version of all the revealed text here:
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The Lone Crusader’s D&D Blog:
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