Vote: The Best 3.0/3.5/D20 Adventures!

Choose all of the listed adventures that you think are great

  • WotC: Sunless Citadel

    Votes: 73 31.5%
  • WotC:Forge of Fury

    Votes: 71 30.6%
  • WotC: Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil

    Votes: 92 39.7%
  • WotC:City of the Spider Queen

    Votes: 63 27.2%
  • AEG: World’s Largest Dungeon

    Votes: 37 15.9%
  • AG: Maiden Voyage

    Votes: 10 4.3%
  • BP: Danger in Deadwood

    Votes: 3 1.3%
  • BP:Bloodhollow

    Votes: 1 0.4%
  • BP:Legacy of Akhirat

    Votes: 1 0.4%
  • BP:Oathbound: Horrors of Penance

    Votes: 5 2.2%
  • BP:Where Dark Elves Rule

    Votes: 2 0.9%
  • CM: The Whispering Woodwind

    Votes: 7 3.0%
  • DP: White Robes, Black Hearts

    Votes: 4 1.7%
  • FD: NeMoren’s Vault

    Votes: 27 11.6%
  • FD:Of Sound Mind

    Votes: 32 13.8%
  • FD:To Stand on Hollowed Ground

    Votes: 11 4.7%
  • GG: DCC #4 Bloody Jack's Gold

    Votes: 14 6.0%
  • GG: DCC #13 Crypt of the Devil Lich

    Votes: 18 7.8%
  • GR: Death in Freeport

    Votes: 61 26.3%
  • GR: Terror in Freeport

    Votes: 56 24.1%
  • GR: Madness in Freeport

    Votes: 51 22.0%
  • GR: Black Sails over Freeport

    Votes: 31 13.4%
  • KZ: The Root of all Evil

    Votes: 11 4.7%
  • KZ: Deathright

    Votes: 5 2.2%
  • MP:The Banewarrens

    Votes: 68 29.3%
  • MP: If Thoughts Could Kill

    Votes: 21 9.1%
  • MGE: All the Kings Men

    Votes: 4 1.7%
  • MGE: At the edge of Dreams

    Votes: 5 2.2%
  • MGE: Maze of Screaming Silence

    Votes: 6 2.6%
  • MGE: Song of Storms

    Votes: 6 2.6%
  • NG: Crucible of Freya

    Votes: 44 19.0%
  • NG: Chaos Rising

    Votes: 10 4.3%
  • NG: Hall of the Rainbow Mage

    Votes: 23 9.9%
  • NG: Lost City of Barrakus

    Votes: 28 12.1%
  • NG: Morrick Mansion

    Votes: 14 6.0%
  • NG: Necropolis

    Votes: 29 12.5%
  • NG: Rapan Athuk (all)

    Votes: 64 27.6%
  • NG: The Grey Citadel

    Votes: 25 10.8%
  • NG: Tomb of Abysthor

    Votes: 42 18.1%
  • NG: Vault of Larin Karr

    Votes: 39 16.8%
  • NG: What Evil Lurks

    Votes: 13 5.6%
  • PZ: The Shackled City Adventure Path

    Votes: 56 24.1%
  • PC: The Bloody Sands of Sicaris

    Votes: 7 3.0%
  • PC: A Carnival of Swords

    Votes: 5 2.2%
  • PC: Blood Reign of Nishanpur

    Votes: 4 1.7%
  • PP: Witch Fire1 The Longest Night

    Votes: 27 11.6%
  • PP: Witch Fire2 Shadow of the Exile

    Votes: 24 10.3%
  • PP: Witch Fire3 The Legion of Lost Souls

    Votes: 24 10.3%
  • SP: Key of Destiny

    Votes: 6 2.6%
  • SwSc: The Serpent Amphora

    Votes: 10 4.3%
  • TL: Lion in the Ropes

    Votes: 7 3.0%
  • OWP: 1A: The Hamlet of Thumble

    Votes: 12 5.2%
  • OWP: 1B: Village of Oester

    Votes: 7 3.0%
  • ZG: Redwood Scar

    Votes: 6 2.6%
  • There have been no great adventures for 3.0/3.5/D20

    Votes: 12 5.2%
  • Other (speak up!)

    Votes: 18 7.8%
  • Last poll option!

    Votes: 14 6.0%

  • Poll closed .

Tarondor

First Post
I should say the same about "The Eldest Son", by Reaper. Their only adventure, I think. Excellent background and fun to play.
 

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HellHound

ENnies winner and NOT Scrappy Doo
Tarondor said:
There was also a great drow-based adventure by Monte Cook, the title of which escapes me at the moment.

Probably "The Harrowing", level 15 adventure against a daughter of Lolth. Very nicely done, my players -LOVED- it.

It was in issue 84, which I picked up at random at a magazine store, and which brought me back to Dungeon. I've got a 3-year sub now because of that very adventure.
 

Mjollnir

First Post
Also "Demons&Devils" from S&S as well as "Lord of the Iron Fortress" from WotC.
Anyway, I repeat here: Literature-based adventures now! I want to play an adventure situated in the attack to Mithral Hall by Menzoberranzan forces,... Please, producers, take note ;) :D :D
 

Tarondor said:
With the exception of the Shackled City Adventure Path, this list ignores the many fine adventures seen in the pages of Dungeon magazine. While there are many that I thought were fine adventures, I'd definitely put in a word for the following:

Rana Mor (#86)
Glacier Season (#87)
The Seventh Arm (#88) Loved it!
Kambranex's Machinations (#91)

Also Tears of Twilight Hollow (issue #90 or #92, I think?). A great adventure. My two-player group never finished it. Maybe some day in the future we'll return to finish it at last....
 

Andre

First Post
TerraDave said:
I am in this position: I have put in a lot of the prelimanary work for RttToEE, and now the adventuring has begun...it will be months before I can really evaluate it, but it looks good so far!

/sidetrack on/

There are a number of good sites with excellent resources for running this module. Here's one with a ton of maps, handouts, a 3.5 conversion, and so on:

http://zans.clanplaid.net/

As for the adventure itself, it bogs badly in the middle (the CRM). The best option I've seen is to add a few extra adventures for the party that are not hack-n-slash. A city adventure. A mystery. Some political intrigue. Anything to break the monotony. Then you can pull the party back into the module and move on from there. Just my two cents' worth.

Also, check out the boards on Monte Cook's site. There are some great ideas on changing things up, if you're so inclined.

/sidetrack off/
 


TerraDave

5ever, or until 2024
Andre said:
/sidetrack on/

There are a number of good sites with excellent resources for running this module. Here's one with a ton of maps, handouts, a 3.5 conversion, and so on:

http://zans.clanplaid.net/

SNIP

Also, check out the boards on Monte Cook's site. There are some great ideas on changing things up, if you're so inclined.

/sidetrack off/

The boards and the link above have been a great resource...
 

cthulhu_duck

First Post
RttToEE: really several adventures

WotC: Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil always seemed like several adventures in one book to me - there's the Hommlett nostalgia kick, there's the Crater Ridge, and then there's the finale.

I loved the Hommlett part - but the Crater Ridge wasn't fun for my players, nor me, and we never got to the finale. :\
 

Blackthorne

First Post
Cool adventures included in this poll:

RttToEE
Forge of Fury
Freeport Series
Of Sound Mind
Banewarrens
Vault of Larin Karr
Grey Citadel
Root of all Evil (with sequels)

Cool adventures not included in this poll:

The Standing Stone
Trouble at Durbenford (the best from Necromancer Games)
And, of course, tons of adventures from the pages of the mighty Dungeon Magazine.

Not so cool adventures included in this poll:

Rappan Athuk (boring and way too deadly to be fun)
Shackled City (overrated)
 

TerraDave

5ever, or until 2024
The last 100 votes have brought a shift in the rankings:

WotC: Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil
WotC: Sunless Citadel
WotC:Forge of Fury
WotC:City of the Spider Queen
MP:The Banewarrens
NG: Rapan Athuk (all)
GR: Death in Freeport
PZ: The Shackled City Adventure Path
GR: Terror in Freeport
GR: Madness in Freeport

With Rapan Athuk falling a few places. The lead of RtToEE remains solid.
 

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