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If you own the D&D Module a lot of the book material is taken from there. A great read if you have nothing else to do, good source of ideas of how to run the game as long as your... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roy Maceachern
Flat characters. Horrible, plastic emotions at their best. Don't read this. It hurt me.Published on July 10 2003 by Amazon Customer
So very little happens in this book. The whole thing is just "fight a bunch of monsters, make camp, fight some more monsters, go back to town, fight some more monsters". Read morePublished on April 28 2003 by Michael J. Ainslie
Well, I haven't played the original module, but I have enjoyed the other Greyhawk books, so I did pick this one up. As everyone else has pointed out the story is pretty simple. Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2002 by Aaron G. Rhoads