Cover For M1 - Blizzard Pass

M1 - Blizzard Pass

System: Dungeons & Dragons

Code: #9067

Type: Adventure

Levels: 1-3

Author: David Cook

Year: 1983

Publisher: TSR

Format: 32-page book w/cover, invisble ink marking pen

M1 Blizzard Pass is a solo module for a theif. However - feel free to play whatever kind of character you want - I did. Just assume you always fail any theif skills - or hell - pretend like there is an NPC with you who happens to be a 3rd level theif. Whatever you want - you are in charge! This is a decent solo adventure - although kind of short - but very structured with every chance of survival.

The dungeon is acutally given in the back of the module, in case a DM wants to use it for a party of characters - which I did. It isn't overly challenging for an entire party - unless everyone is first level - then it can actually be pretty tough. That isn't how I used this module though - it was for 2nd and 3rd level characters - just a quick side quest during an adventure. It served its purpose very well - and also the "Master" happened to be an agent of Baron Von Ludwig in Karameikos - so it was not only a nice side quest - it also served as a piece of the adventure in the overall campaign.

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