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    Lost Mine of Phandelver (pretty much the worst adventure title in the history of D&D)

    "Lost Mine of Phandelver" is a horrible, HORRIBLE name for an adventure.

    Literally any other name would have been better.

    "The Lost Mine of Shadow Puppies"
    "The Lost Mine of the Mating Flumphs"
    "The Lost Mine"

    Ugg. Rich Baker needed more 'no' men and women in his life when he came up with this title.
    Last edited by Angrygodofmilk; Sunday, 6th July, 2014 at 04:13 AM.

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    How about: Search for the Unknown Treasure

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    Something tells me that wasn't Richard's choice, considering his most famous campaign series had the awesomestastic title of "Red Hand of Doom".

    Seriously, name me a more awesome title than that, I dare you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstruse View Post
    Something tells me that wasn't Richard's choice, considering his most famous campaign series had the awesomestastic title of "Red Hand of Doom".

    Seriously, name me a more awesome title than that, I dare you!
    Against the Cult of the Reptile God

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazzt View Post
    Against the Cult of the Reptile God
    Close, but I'm still going with Red Hand of Doom. It feels like it should be preceded with "Indiana Jones and..." That immediately makes it more awesome.

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    TSR Jam didn't do anything for me.

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    Is it supposed to be:

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    Doesn't this seem kind of deliberate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstruse View Post
    Close, but I'm still going with Red Hand of Doom. It feels like it should be preceded with "Indiana Jones and..." That immediately makes it more awesome.
    No, I'm going with 'Against the Cult of the Reptile God'. That is full of so much win.

    Red Hand of Doom feels ripped off from Indiana Jones, but not enough to hide that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazzt View Post
    Cool link.

    Now I am going to have to create an adventure called: "Isle of the Wombat Mage"

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