Again they hit the bullseye with this book. I must admit, I was skeptic when I read some of the previews, but the focus of the book, like Thousand Years of Night and Half-Damned, is still telling stories. It outweighs the crunch by far. It has already inspired me to new characters and stories. Sections like Faces of the Night just nail it. This is the kind of stuff that is needed to be inspired to tell new stories with new characters. And after 25 years with Vampire, I need that once in a while. Good job :-)...
Excellent product from a consistent producer.
These modules are excellent drop in products over a wide and comprehensive range of levels. The maps are great quality and conveniently divided into relevant (non marked) player hand-outs. Great stuff!
Dan produces great quality material with consistency.
My all time favorite is his Ebonclad setting, but the dungeons on demand series are incredible as well. The 4 modules in this installment are great, and the added NPC and cities and towns are great for kickstarting the imagination. Of course, everything is ready made to drop into your homebrew setting.
I love all Dan's products, but especially enjoy this module.
Get players exited about an inheritance, then let them sort through the ruins of what was once a great trove. Rust monsters are such a great way to frustrate!
I love that the map also leaves avenues for further adventure.
Dan produces great quality products with consistency.
I have the complete series of dungeons on demand, and have fit them easily into my homebrew story arcs. The supplimental materials added to the dungeons on demand products are equally excellent. The twists on standard monsters included with this suppliment are really cool, but I am more impressed with the magic item compendium. The items are useful and are not the same old "add 1d6 fire damage" that most (myself included) think to add to a weapon.
I've backed every Kickstarter Dan has done, and am anxiously awaiting his next offering!...
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 11/17/2018 07:09:22
I found this to a be a very detailed and in depth product that can help give a perspective on storytelling. Some of the suggestions on how to improve your game go a bit deeper than I would normally go, however, as with any rpg product you can draw inspiration from the pages and leave what you feel doesn't work for you. I have a full review on my site [HERE](https://itsmorethanjustgaming.com/2018/11/15/guide-to- -storytelling-a-storytellers-vault-review/)