The 5th level of this Dungeon branches out. Reaching May/June 1987 we have 7 adventures. The downside of this is all of the adventures are small with one only being 5 pages. Still the world needs smaller one shots and encounters I suppose.
The cover has some sort of ghost or lurker type monster on it with some scared children or something running. They are
The Rotting Willow
Lady of the Lake
The Stolen Power
The Kappa of Pachee Bridge
The Trouble With Mylvin Wimbly
The Eyes of Evil (beholder?)
6 AD&D adventures, 1 D&D adventure and one of the AD&D adventures is for Oriental Adventure- the Kappa of Pachee Bridge.
The Rotting Willow is an small AD&D hexcrawl, BECMI was more associated with them than AD&D I suppose. Lady of the Lake involves another wilderness adventure to a lake also for AD&D. Stolen Power has a cult of Shami Amourae which gets a nod in 3.5 Abyss sourcebook and the Savage Tide AP. Malcanthet displaces her as the Queen of the Succubi. The Kappa of Pachee Bridge is 5 pages long, the Wimbly adventure is the D&D one.
Eyes of Evil has a beholder in a small lair, once again the adventure is a short one. Hirwards Task is a mage has messed up and lost control of an elemental. It gets away a bit form the hack and slash stereotype of 1E with a bit more creative thinking rewarded. It is a dungeon but its kind of a clever one. Its also rather large with 93 keyed encounters and it eats up 1/3rd of the issue.
So overall a mixed issue, most of the adventures are more side quests and encounters. I have two picks The Stolen Power or Hirward's task. Not an overly interesting issue for me as always YMMV.