What are some good (well written) mods from Judges Guild?
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Post Posted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:20 pm 
 

Here is one whole section of the 18 total:
http://www.judgesguild.com/pdf/lenap/lenap.pdf

And this is a reduced size map from the box set for it:
http://www.judgesguild.com/pdf/lenap/lenap_map.jpg

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Post Posted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 2:01 am 
 

I wonder why the poor interior artwork....certainly not professional, and not up to the standards of the other Necromancer d20 materials....although their City State book could have used more art overall.

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Post Posted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:07 am 
 

Plaag wrote:Here is one whole section of the 18 total:
http://www.judgesguild.com/pdf/lenap/lenap.pdf

And this is a reduced size map from the box set for it:
http://www.judgesguild.com/pdf/lenap/lenap_map.jpg

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thanks for that shane.

had a little read through it. quite interesting really. dont like the map though. MUCH prefer the original maps by far. the text is ok...nothing that would make me wanna go and shell out $ for though and if i was sat there with the new product and the old one, i would still side with the old one....simply as i preferred it that way.

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Post Posted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:41 am 
 

I understand, course its cheaper for someone now to buy the box set then try and pick up all the material peicemeal on Ebay or elsewhere. Plus some like more detail, which this product provides.
Just posted this since I got the box set on my site, which shows the contents (which some care for the maps, and some don't). I think it'll help those new to Judges Guild try and look for the old stuff (since little if anything else will see print in the coming year or two for JG :cry: ).

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Post Posted: Fri Aug 17, 2007 6:44 am 
 

Only oddity is why Inns and Taverns got ranked when it wasn't even in print - unless those people got confused on the Pegasus article I think it was by the same name. Though don't think Lurid Lairs was an article title and yet it got votes too.

Both were products announced by Judges Guild back in the early 80's, but never saw the light of day as a result of them filing for bankruptcy.  While new versions of both would be fairly easy to put together, any future releases are in a holding pattern now with 4e having been announced.

My guess would be that a new version of Lurid Lairs would be the most likely one to see the light of day should it ever get the nod as there is more than enough material from both Judges Guild Journal and The Dungeoneer to put together a decent sized book along the same lines as Goodman Games' DCC #29.

A new version of Inns and Taverns could be put together using both of the Pegasus Installments, the one Inn from Fantastic Personalities, and the two Inns from Judges Guild Journal/Dungeoneer.  Tho' most likely it would probably be simpler to use these in updates to old Judges Guild modules as they are pretty much scattered all over the place.

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