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Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth Adventure: Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk | Review & Page-Through

Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth Adventure #0: Pilgrims of The Black Obelisk (Goodman Games)Game Title: Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth Adventure #0 – Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk

Publisher: Goodman Games

Authors: Julian Bernick and Marc Bruner

Artists: Erol Otis, Jason Edwards, Tom Galambos, Doug Kovacs, Cliff Kurowski, Will McAusland, Bradley McDevitt, Jesse Mohn, Stefan Poag, Chad Sergesketter, and JV West

Year: 2023

Genre: Funnel roleplaying adventure for the Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth setting

Pages: 20 pages

MSRP: $9.99 in softcover (with PDF) or $6.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

I discuss the first of nine adventures recently released for Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth, from Goodman Games, Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk. Is this funnel adventure the perfect way to introduce your players to the world of DCC Dying Earth? Or does this tale just simply sort of circle the drain? You’ll find out!

2:06 Taking a peek inside and discussing Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk
13:45 Final thoughts and review score
16:09 Wrapping up

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    DCC Dying Earth Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk Review

    Dungeon Crawl Classics Dying Earth Adventure: Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk | Review & Page-Through

    Pilgrims of the Black Obelisk has a nice Vancian vibe throughout and is a very solid adventure. The adventure is a funnel so expect quite a lot of character casualties. I would no doubt add a couple of encounters which benefit the players as just about everything thrown at them in the adventure has a bad outcome for the pilgrims. There are a couple of set pieces which can turn out very badly if the players make a particular choice and I'd certainly telegraph the danger a wee bit rather than forcing the players to make a decision without much forethought. All in all a very solid adventure for DCC Dying Earth and one I can highly recommend.
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