Lankhmar Adventure + Discussion of "Thieves' House" by Fritz Leiber

  • November 25, 2012 · 2:00 PM

Please read Fritz Leiber's "Thieves' House" in advance. It's the classic story with the 'Skull of Ohmphal.' The short story can be found in Leiber's titled collection: Swords Against Death. The adventure will make use of a published but heavily modified Lankhmar 2nd Edition AD&D product to be played using pre-generated characters by 4-6 players. RSVP early to guarantee yourself a spot. Location to be announced.

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  • peonage

    Is this still going on today? Was a location set? I will try to make it today if possible.

    November 25, 2012

  • Aaron

    I am willing to DM an event. Saturday nights and Sundays work best for me. In terms of locations, not sure. A public library with community rooms? Perhaps South Euclid, perhaps Mayfield (44121, 44124). I can do some scouting but am open to suggestions. Two weeks from today? December 1st, December 2nd? Will announce a short story as recommended complement to a short adventure. Still, undecided between Lovecraft and Leiber.

    November 11, 2012

    • Lora S.

      Would KILL to play some Cthulhu. I got my first taste of it at Con on the Cob running a 4 hour AC/DC campaign. It was a BLAST!!

      November 19, 2012

    • Aaron

      Cthulhu will be in the works if this Lankhmar first session goes well.

      November 21, 2012

  • Jason C.

    Hello sir,

    This sounds great! When and where are you thinking? I've love to do some Lankhmar. I have all of the old source and some of the adventures for that. I've never played any of the Cthulhu RPGs, but am eager to do. Are you wanting to run the game/event, or are you wanting to just play? Take care, sir!


    November 11, 2012

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