T1 The Village of Hommlet (1e) – The Village of Hommlet has grown up The cover for Basic D&D supplement AC5: Player Character Record. T1 – Village of Hommlet – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. D&D – Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil. Uploaded by. The Village of Hommlet has grown up around a crossroads in a woodland. The cover for Basic D&D supplement AC5: Player Character Record Sheets ().

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These last adventures were also combined and republished as a supermodule bearing the code GDQ, Queen of the Spiders. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft.

Everyone knows it’s only a matter of time before Evil will again rear its ugly head; it’s simply a question of when and whether Hommlet will emerge from the coming battle intact. Richard Iorio II October 1, at Wednesday, October 1, Retrospective: Likewise, the pretty squabbles of the various villagers over past slights, the rivalry between the followers of St. Catalog for user-created maps. James Maliszewski October 1, at 3: Then there’s the moathouse, which has everything I crave from a low-level old school dungeon: They even get to go the moathouse.


The original Village of Hommlet Moathouse maps, to compare: We are not only for new DMs, but the bulk of the posts will no doubt be submitted by newer DMs.


From the road the players can see that the walls are crumbling in various places. Thank you for the kind words, and I hope you enjoy the module! I couldn’t agree more about your love of T1 as a separate entity from the larger ToEE schema. At some point in this battle, Sertencleric of Saint Cuthbert and member of the Citadel of Eightwas slain.

The “unfinished” character of T1 is appealing to me; I see it as representing unexplored possibilities and, for me, that’s the essence of old villge module making. The Village of Hommlet. I am sure they also fought those damn frogs. Wizards of the Coast also published a sequel to the T adventure inthe 3rd Edition module Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil. Hommlet itself is a joy.

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Joseph October 1, at And there’s no healing potions to be found in the moathouse. Ranger Ric February 18, at Yeah, Queen of the Demonweb Pits was super hard too, but at that level you’ve got tons of resources and options you can turn to.

The Citadel was notable for its absence at this pivotal moment in the history of the Flanaess, and their failure to take part in the Battle of Emridy Meadows contributed to the group’s decline and eventual disbandment.


Things quieted down for another four villave as the area returned to peace and normalcy, but in CY evil began to stir again, with groups of bandits riding the roads.

Great to see dialogue about this…. The adventurers travel through Hommlet and are drawn into a web of conspiracy and deception. The module is recommended for first-level characters, who begin the adventure “weary, weak, and practically void of money”.

Worldbuilding, Storybuilding, DM Discussion. But once you strip away the rosy tint of nostalgia and the halcyon glow of the adventures of yesteryear what makes the Village of Hommlet so awesome?

Village too, for that matter. So, maybe a party of 7 explores the moathouse.

Cuthbert was forever by his holy sayings presented in the module, such as: Use a stealthy thief to scout areas first.