Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st Edition

Dungeon Module A2

Secret of the Slavers Stockade
Harold Johnson with Tom Moldvay
Secret of the Slavers Stockade Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module A2
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A great series of modules!  Secret of the Slavers Stockade is designed for Advanced Dungeons and Dragons First Edition.  It can certainly be used with D&D or AD&D Second Edition as well.  Secret of the Slavers Stockade is the second of four modules in a series of linked tournament adventures.  The module will challenge characters of levels 4-7.  Secret of the Slavers stockade was used at Gen Con XIII and includes the original tournament characters and the tournament scoring system. The module was published in 1981.  The Boggle, Cloaker and Phantom are some of the new monsters introduced in this module.


The battle continues against the vile Slave Lords!  The slavers in Highport have been defeated.  But the war is not over yet.  Another slaver stronghold has been discovered.  Do your characters have what it takes to defeat the Slave Lords on their home ground and live to tell the tale?  The other great adventures in this series are:
A1 Slave Pits of the Undercity
A3 Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords
A4 In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords


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