Free OSR Adventures

Someone in the comments at tenfootpole.org was lamenting that there is no central resource for good free OSR material, and it occurred to me that this would be a good way to introduce 4e players to a different approach to gaming.  So here is a starter list, more or less by order of level, pulled mostly from “The Best” category at tenfootpole.org.

The Prison of the Hated Pretender – level 1, 4e lower heroic – The link also includes a number of other decent adventures by Gus L, including links to the reviews, so check those out as well – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch

The Melford Murder – level 1, 4e lower heroic – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch

Gone Fishin’ – level 3ish, 4e level mid-heroic – I’m hoping this is still free, it was when I got it, but the original link has disappeared, and I’m not sure if this link is official – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch

The Hyqueous Vaults – level 3, 4e level mid-heroic – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch, Melan

The Hidden Tomb of Slaggoth the Necromancer  – low (heroic) level – Review:  Bryce Lynch

Red Tam’s Bones – level 3-5, 4e mid to upper heroic – link is to Dragonfoot – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch, Roger G-S

Wheel of Evil – level 3-5, 4e mid to upper heroic – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch, James Maliszewski 

The Submerged Spire of Sarpedon the Shaper – maybe 4e level 7 or 8? – in the From the Vats zine – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch

The (Snow) Globe – level 4, 4e level 7 or 8 – Reviews:  Bryce Lynch

Challenge of the Frog Idol – level 3-6, 4e mid to upper heroic – while you are at it, check out Dyson Logos’ maps, which you will find on the left-hand banner – Reviews:  Bryce LynchPeter V. Dell’Orto

Secret Party House of the Hill Giant Playboy – level 4-8, probably suitable for upper heroic or lower paragon – link is found at The Dungeon Dozen, which is also good for a read – Reviews:  I couldn’t find any, but I like it

To Rob a Witch, The Possession, The Six-Thousand Steps, The Tower of Madness, The Missing of Cloud Bluff, Hive of the Giant Bees, Dreams in the Cloud Castle – various levels, the winners of Bryce Lynch’s Adventure Design Contest (which he reviews himself).

I threw this list together quite quickly, so let me know if there are any dead/incorrect links.

 

 

 

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