This abominably capacious Halloween issue of Elder Tunnels is hideously bulging with unholy treasures for your Tunnels & Trolls game, including more spooky art than you can shake a scythe at, and the following:
Bats in the Belfry, a solo adventure by David R. CrowellCabin in the Woods IV: The Stabbening, a GM adventure by Scott MalthouseWallas's Tree,... [click here for more]
On the bridge, the ship’s crew gets ready to use the teleport gate. The mage is chanting on the navigation platform, casting a spell as the ship approaches the gate. The ship begins to drift through as the mage finishes the spell. Poof! The crew find themselves in another solar system. And out the window they see a dragon flying toward them...
This special issue of Elder Tunnels contains... [click here for more]
So, here I am at the lake, enjoying idyllic mornings swimming, afternoons traipsing about the wilderness, evenings grilling up dinner for the family, and I'm thinking, wow, that's pretty much what's happening in this issue of Elder Tunnels.
Y'know, all you'd need to do is put a few giant otters and tentacle-headed aquatic humanoids in the water, animate those burgers, scatter a handful of sentient... [click here for more]
People will do strange things for love, but Margaret Grimwood of Grimwood Hall is going to take that to a whole new level. In the sleepy town of Meanderwood something stirs in the darkness. Under the moonlight a glint of steel flashes. Two shadowy figures emerge from the graveyard carrying something on their shoulders.
This adventure will take the players deep into a macabre mystery of love, power... [click here for more]
The scientists at the Steinhold-Brensji Radio and Atmospheric Laboratories have stumbled across an anomaly in the night sky. At certain times, an asteroid the size of New Jersey is in orbit between the Earth and the moon.
One can say that the celestial body, called "the Blind Spot," only appears when the stars are right. But when it is there, what we'd call paranormal occurrences occur,... [click here for more]
The real child of a couple that were highly successful foster parents comes home for Thanksgiving. Of course the fact that he is coming home from Hell doesn't bode well for everyone else attending the festivities. But is he any more messed up than the group that he is descending upon?
This scenario requires the Crawlspace 13 rules. ... [click here for more]