ACM1 Kingslayers Reviews and Comments
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Post Posted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:30 am 
 

Would like to open a thread for discussion of ACM1 Kingslayers adventure.  All comments are welcome.

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Post Posted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:41 pm 
 

Only because it was numbered, I'm wondering what the print run was.


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Post Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 7:44 am 
 

Print run was 250 copies.

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Post Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 1:46 am 
 

I'm still reading, Martin, and enjoying it as I go through!


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Post Posted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:07 pm 
 

I just finished reading the adventure Kingslayers designed and partly written by Martin Britt and featuring the art of Jason Braun.  Having just being published myself with the Storm of Tears module and the free mini-module included with the Limited Edition print, I can appreciate much of the work it takes to at least write an adventure, and this adventure is well written and engaging.  The module is larger than average at forty pages, so you definitely get your money's worth.  There are appropriate and imagination inspired images sprinkled throughout its pages.  I did not find any typographical errors, a pet peeve of mine (not that I possess perfect grammar myself).  The room descriptions were not too long or short and everything made sense, even at first read.  Two of the new monsters, in particular, were interesting and unique.  This adventure would be a challenge, even for experienced adventurers, without being overly challenging.  The last encounter has a Temple of Tharizdun feel to it for some reason, which I liked.  

The thing I liked about it most was there was abundant Acaeum humor and references sprinkled throughout, something I did myself in the mini-module adventure.  The thing I liked about it least was that a significant part of the module would have been better understood if I possessed a Manual of the Planes.  While the MOP is not necessary to run the adventure, I suspect it would have been significantly helpful.  Anyway, I highly recommend the adventure for everyone although I suspect everyone here already owns it.    8)


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