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A D&D 5th Edition Conversion of the Early Edition Adventure Module. Classic Adventure. M odule Conversion. WG4. The Forgotten. Temple of. Tharizdun. The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun, Advanced Dungeon and Dragons Module Wg-4 [Gary Gygax] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 17 Apr Expanding/Salvaging The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun. This old module is certainly a quite interesting one. First you have a pretty regular.

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The Forgotten Temple Of Tharizdun by Gary Gygax

The art, by Karen Nelson in her only product on record, is not of a high technical standard but is suitably unearthly and disturbing; it helps make the adventure stand out from its peers.

The concept of a trapped, malevolent god, intent upon the destruction of all that is, harkens to the dark and insane Great Old Ones of H. Things pick up on the lower level of the temple, where various statues of the aspects of Tharizdun tantalise the players, and finally the Undertemple and Black Cyst are tremendously evocative and quite deadly if precautions are not taken.

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Its got both the potential for a pitched battle that G3 has, as well as the weird eldritch temple, but with both on steroids, and there’s even a head giant to boot. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. Copy Link Tweet This.


Thought I would pick up the tool set and see if I could have a go at creating a module out of this. Unfortunately, the resulting quality of these books is not as high.

Taskboy December 13, at On and on and on. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Recalling what is said in the introduction:.

The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun. Is it meant to be the same? I have now set up a conversation thread over on the general form for comments and suggestions, so that any possible spoilers do not appear here. I’m not entirely thsrizdun why, but I suspect, even moreso than its quasi-Lovecraftian theme — a dark, imprisoned god — it’s the artwork that does it for me. I think what sets it apart is that cumulative effect of many little details.

More titles by this author. What this tome is, says, and does is the subject of some tfmple revelation. It is indeed a small detail, and possibly unimportant, but when this thing came out, my friends and I wondered where WG were.

Review of the Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun – Merric’s Musings

Devoting hharizdun to Tharizdun in the Shrine, to get the benefit of the water. AnthonyRoberson November 20, at 8: Luckily a better match for Caverns of Thracia you won’t find, just equate Tharizdun teemple Thanatos and you’re done.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alas, I never got a chance to play it or run it and none of my other gaming friends were that interested in it. I also have a lot of good things to say about the artwork. Posted by James Maliszewski at 2: Create Content for your Favorite Games.


Log In I am new here. Norkers even make an appearance in one of the new 4E modules – Tharizxun I find it interesting and significant, that this book, while it was still produced early enough to have the foreword written by EGG, and was supposed to showcase TSR’s artistic talent, doesn’t include a single piece of art from Dave Trampier, Dave Sutherland, Erol Otus or Jeff Dee.

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The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun

There are a few minor monster lairs in the lower levels of the temple, but the players will mostly be te a strange, deserted temple. Skip to main content. This can be an ttemple entertaining battle; Gygax constructed it carefully so that the players would face several waves of reinforcements, with any survivors hiding down in the dungeon levels until they get a chance to escape or to wreak their revenge on the party, if they considered themselves powerful enough to attempt the latter!

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The iron horn called the Wailer for Tharizdun must be blown in order to activate the idols of Tharizdun in the Dungeon Level.