Well, Gencon Oz 09 is just about over and I ended up running not one but two sessions of The Fane of St. Toad. I must say a heart-felt thankyou, amityvillemike, for your adventure -- both groups loved it.
I'm a little shagged right now but will give more details (probably in the Around the Campfire forum) in the near future.
This isn't meant as a self-promotion, but I hereby ask all of my players - you know who you are - not to touch this module, because it will play a role, even in a very modified manner, in the upcoming *Promised Land* PbP campaign.
Needless to say, I steal it because it's extremely good.
RIP, Dave, and thanks to you for this effort, Mike.
Post by amityvillemike on Nov 30, 2009 12:05:30 GMT -6
Thanks, guys. Sorry for the late reply to this thread; it sort of slipped under my radar.
I really glad people are enjoying the Fane of St. Toad. There are some projects that I've wanted to do, and other projects I've needed to do. The Fane of St. Toad is one of the few that I both wanted to and needed to write. It's a pale tribute to Dave, but I'm pleased people are running through (and from) the Fane. That fact we're still playing is probably the best tribute we can give him.
Thanks again for choosing the Fane of St. Toad for all your batrachian delving needs. Please come again!
Post by amityvillemike on Jun 11, 2013 23:28:06 GMT -6
The free PDF of "The Fane of St. Toad" is no longer available through its former channels. Last year, Goodman Games decided to produce a new version of the adventure modified for Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. The transformed adventure, now entitled The Croaking Fane is scheduled for release next month (July 2013). As part of the agreement, I removed the original PDF version of the adventure from the web. However, since the module was freely-distributed, I have no problem with someone who already owns "The Fane of St. Toad" sending it to you for your own use. All I'd ask is that it not be uploaded to a file-sharing server or otherwise made widely available once again. But gamers helping out gamers on a person-to-person basis is fine by me. I'm sure somebody around here might have a copy saved on their hard drive and be willing to send it to you if you asked nicely!
Anyone interested in getting their mitts on the DCC RPG version should check out the adventure's page over on the Goodman Games website. It can be found here.