Monday, March 12, 2012

Delta's Dwimmermount Adventure

Over at his D&D Hotspot, there's a really nice post in which Delta recounts his experiences adventuring on the first level of Dwimmermount, with Tavis Allison as the referee. His post made me really happy for a number of reasons, not least of them being that it's terrific to see others enjoying something that I've created. I was also gratified to read the following:
In my short play experience, it seems that James Maliszewski's Dwimmermount is a whole lot freakier than I expected -- and I mean that in the most complimentary way possible. Of course, we were dealing with things like orcs, kobolds, and skeletons -- but no element appeared that wasn't corrupted in some deep and disturbing way. Not even the dungeon doors escaped being of bizarre function and construct. It looks like a very memorable place to adventure.
Those are words to warm the cockles of even the most curmudgeonly referee's heart.

Do take a look at Delta's post, if only to see the photos he's included of the Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles they used to represent Dwimmermount. Good stuff!

1 comment:

  1. Those dungeon tiles await the Archmage backer of the Dwimmermount Kickstarter! Well, actually, the top-level backer reward will be composed of a selection of newer Master Maze pieces which are equally awesome for laying out areas like the Path of Mavors, but without the spaces for "bow ties" that you can see in the older Dwarven Forge pieces Stefan lent to the Brooklyn Strategist for these events. The next Dwimmermount expeditions departing from the B-Strat will be the evenings of Saturday 3/17 and Sunday 3/18.