Same here. We were scheduled to play our first session in late March and that completely fell apart (though we did end up playing D&D on Fantasy Grounds a month later). I'm hoping to make another attempt at Traveller in 2021.
I really wish I wasn't a poor junior high/high school kid with no allowance when these originally came out because we had a ton of fun with 2e. I'll have to read a copy and see if it's worth converting to 5e.
Since my group and I are the ones who grew up with games like the original Legend of Zelda before we even touched our first pen and paper RPG, I have a feeling I know what this greatest dungeon is gonna feel like :LOL:
This sounds like a fun idea, especially since we can knock this one out in one night. My players have taken a liking to more role-playing these days instead of combat, so I'll hold on to this idea for now.
I actually ran this in college for my group (minus our friends who were stationed overseas) when Wizards of the Coast released it for 2e as Return to the Keep on the Borderlands. We had a TON of fun with that module and had some very memorable moments in the caves.
The first AD&D adventure I ran for my friends was Night Below: An Underdark Campaign. We played it all throughout high school, came back to it after we graduated from college/ or was discharged from the Army/Navy, and it ended at the City of the Glass Pool in a very controversial TPK on our 9th...
My friends and I will be celebrating our 25th anniversary as a D&D group next year. We've played every edition (except 1st) and we're really enjoying 5e. Even though we're currently running Waterdeep: Dragon Heist right now, we're getting really close to the end. What would you recommend as a...