LIST OF LABYRINTH LORD PRODUCTS

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LIST OF LABYRINTH LORD PRODUCTS

Postby petespahn » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:54 pm

Notes: This is a WIP. If you have products to add, please post them in the thread and I will update the main list ASAP. This page is only for products that associate themselves with the Labyrinth Lord/AEC rules set. It's mainly for completists like myself who like to own entire sets. :) Thanks to all who have contributed so far!


LABYRINTH LORD PRODUCT LIST

CORE RULES
Labyrinth Lord: Revised Edition: Down to the Roots of Fantasy Gaming. Enter a world filled with labyrinths, magic, and monsters! You can take the role of a cleric, dwarf, elf, fighter, halfling, magic-user, or thief on your quest for glory, treasure, and adventure! This is a complete role playing game. All you need are a few sheets of paper and some dice. Welcome back to a simpler old-school gaming experience. The Labyrinth Lord awaits your arrival. Can you survive the dangers of the labyrinth?

RULES SUPPLEMENTS
    Labyrinth Lord Advanced Edition Companion: The advanced first edition game as you remember it. Labyrinth Lord gives you the play experience of the old editions of the world's most popular fantasy roleplaying game! The Advanced Edition Companion is a handbook of advanced player and referee options. Play the race and class possibilities from the "advanced" first edition 1978 rules. Introduce the essential first edition monsters, spells, and magic items to your Labyrinth Lord game. All of these options are fully compatible with the core Labyrinth Lord rules, so that you can continue to play race-classes right along with all of the advanced classes and races.
    An Echo, Resounding: A Sourcebook for Lordship and War: A toolbox rules supplement by Sine Nomine Publishing that provides quick and easy rules for founding domains, mass combat, and campaign building. Also includes a fully worked example of a region from the Red Tide campaign setting.
    The Crimson Pandect: A Handbook of Eldritch Lore: An impressive wizard-focused supplement by Sine Nomine Publishing that details new variant classes, spells, monsters, treasures, and rules for building wizarding towers, sanctums and academies in the Red Tide setting, but also compatible with any Labyrinth Lord campaign.
    Theorems & Thaumaturgy: An impressive expansion on magic and magic use by Gavin Norman.
    Unearthed Lore: Schools of Magic: A free rules supplement by Labyrinthine Lore that breaks down spells into various schools of magic (evocation, abjuration, necromancy, etc.) to your Labyrinth Lord campaign, and also provides suggestions for how to handle school specialists.
    Unearthed Lore: Dragon Armor: An excellent breakdown of what to do with a dragon once you’ve killed it. More than just armor, this free supplement from Labyrinthine Lore includes several new magic items made from dragon parts.
    Unearthed Lore: Weapon Mastery: A free rules supplement by Labyrinthine Lore that adds weapon maneuvers into your campaign. Note: I was unable to open this file.

SETTINGS
    Ebonyr Campaign Setting: A fantasy setting by Knightvision games. The world is a combination of unique steampunk and magic that is just exiting a very dark time. Behind the scenes different organizations, good and bad, vie for control of the Five Kingdoms which has become a beacon of light in a rather dark world.
    Engines and Empires Campaign Compendium: An alternate campaign setting by John Higgins. ENGINES & EMPIRES is a campaign setting designed for use with the LABYRINTH LORD fantasy RPG. Sitting at the crossroads of heroic high fantasy and Victorian gaslight romance, E&E pits magic and science against an ancient darkness intent on once again enveloping the world of Gaia... along with all the Free Folk that now dwell thereupon.
    Realms of Crawling Chaos: A Lovecraftian take on Labyrinth Lord. In R'lyeh, Cthulhu Stirs... Evil cultists consummate their union with Shub-Niggurath in dark woods no other mortals dare go. Alien terrors lurk in the underworld; their vast riches wait, or their incomprehensible powers could leave you broken, dead, or worse. Adventure in underworlds filled with horrible entities, or the ruins of alien beings that enslaved the ape-like ancestors of mankind. Seek hidden secrets from the arctic wastes to dark, briny seas. But as you approach the ocean, what are those strange longings you feel? Realms of Crawling Chaos is a Lovecraftian Dark Fantasy campaign supplement for Labyrinth Lord and the Advanced Edition Companion.
    Red Tide: Campaign Sourcebook and Sandbox Toolkit: An alternate campaign setting by Sine Nomine Publishing. A Red Tide is Rising. For three hundred years, the last remnants of humanity have clung to the wild green jungles of the Sunset Isles. They have watched the red mist that consumed their world roil a hundred miles off the coast, waiting, a beast at bay. But now the crimson dreams are becoming stronger, and the wild Shou tribes of the west howl their hate at the human invaders. Who shall rise to save a world quenched in blood?
    Shatterworld: A dark fantasy campaign setting under construction by Niccodaemus. Shatterworld is intended to be a low magic setting, where most people have never even seen an orc, a giant, a dragon, or a magic spell being cast. Influences include Middle-earth, Shannara, Thomas Covenant, Earthsea, Narnia, and Xanth as well as traditional folk tales along the likes of the Grimm brothers, The Ulster Cycle, Andrew Lang, and various songs and poetry. In these stories, there is an eerie otherworldliness to encounters with creatures such as elves, dwarves, etc., and it is this feeling Shatterworld attempts to evoke.
    The Chronicles of Amherth: An alternate campaign setting heavily inspired by the Mystara and Ravenloft campaign settings. The Chronicles of Amherth is a Labyrinth LordTM campaign setting designed to provide new Labyrinth Lords with a ready-made, and most of all, manageable fantasy setting from which to quickly launch a new campaign. World history, backstory, timeline, and metaplot have all been kept to a minimum in order to help facilitate this goal. Amherth accommodates most of the well-known fantasy tropes including wizards, elves, dragons, dwarves, and many others. Veteran fantasy gamers will find much of the material contained within is easily adapted for use with existing campaigns.
    The Lands of Ara: A richly detailed Labyrinth Lord campaign setting from carterscartopia.


SETTING SUPPLEMENTS
    Black Streams: the Pacts of the Wise: A setting supplement by Sine Nomine Publishing detailing nefarious pacts, patrons, new magic items, and plot seeds to use with the sorceries outlined in the Crimson Pandect/Red Tide setting.
    Delving Deeper: Valtor the Mighty: A generic Labyrinth Lord campaign supplement by Brave Halfling Publishing that details the god Valtor, the inner workings of his church, several new cleric spells, and a new religious artifact.
    Ghoul Keep and the Ghoul Lands: A setting supplement for the Chronicles of Amherth setting detailing an isolated undead kingdom located north of the Duchy of Valnwall.
    In the Shadow of Mount Rotten: A massive setting sourcebook by Faster Monkey Games that details the infamous Mt. Rotten, with plenty of new classes, spells, monsters, random encounters, new rules, and adventure seeds, including tie-ins with the excellent Lesserton and Mor setting sourcebook.
    Larm: A detailed small town setting/adventure by Brave Halfling Publishing, Larm is a small village of just over 100 inhabitants (112 to be precise) located on the borderlands, descriptions of all the major inhabitants, a lot of smaller tasks the characters can do for the village, with 2 mysterious places to be explored and a goblin camp nearby…
    Lesserton and Mor: A massive setting supplement by Faster Monkey Games. THE RUINS OF MOR are a vast and desolate landscape hiding predatory monsters, debased semi-human clans, and things far worse...THE TOWN OF LESSERTON is a venal hive of opportunist merchants, scammers, pickpockets, corrupt officials, and whores, built from the ground up to offer every service or supply desired by those who scour the Ruins for treasures of the past...LESSERTON & MOR is the most varied, gigantic, affordable sandbox campaign ever made for Old School fantasy games.
    The Phoenix Barony: The Phoenix Barony™ is a high fantasy adventure setting supplement by David Bezio. It is a concise lighthearted setting covering an area 100 x 100 miles. In this book you will find details on the world the Phoenix Barony is set in, descriptions of all the major locations in the Barony, history, Religion, organizations, and NPCs that make the setting unique. If that isn’t enough you will also find the details of a smaller adventure area within the Phoenix Barony, hints of further adventures that take place there, and a complete 1st level adventure to get you started.
    The Phoenix Barony - Player's Guide: A free guide to David Bezio's Phoenix Barony.
    The Virtuous and the Vile: Morithal, Lord of Unceasing Hunger: A generic Labyrinth Lord setting supplement by Clockwork Gnome Publishing that contains an overview, description of the cult, new spells, and new monsters associated with the Maggot God, Morithal.


ADVENTURES




    HIGH LEVEL


Where are the 9th+ high level adventures?!

UTILITIES
    NEW CLASSES
      Archer: A new class by Barrel Rider Games.
      Bandit: A thief-variant class by Barrel Rider Games which can be played for bloody gain or in the vein of Robin Hood.
      Bounty Hunter: A cool new fighter/assassin type character by Barrel Rider Games.
      Classes of the Far East: A rules supplement by Sacrosanct Games that adds new “Far Eastern” monsters and classes such as the samurai, ninja, monk, and others into your Labyrinth Lord campaign.
      Fark-Elf: A new race as class by Barrel Rider Games that details the shadowy and mysterious race of dark elves.
      Expanded Thief Class: A free look at expanding the role of the thief in your Labyrinth Lord campaign by City of Iron.
      The Divinator: A free rules supplement by Labyrinthine Lore that describes the Divinator class. Note: I was unable to open this file.
      IACOTO: Lizardfolk: A new race as class by Ganesha Games that details a playable reptilian race.
      IACOTO: The Staffmaster: A new class by Ganesha Games, complete with new magic items, monsters, and NPCs.
      The Elementalist: A free class by City of Iron. Be sure to check out the City of Iron blog for tons of new Elementalist spells.
      Half-Elf: A new race/class by Barrel Rider Games that details the children of humans and elves.
      Half-Orc: A new brutish human/orc hybrid class by Barrel Rider Games.
      The Jester: A free rules supplement by Labyrinthine Lore that describes the Jester class, including class specific spells and abilities.
      The Necromancer: A free class by City of Iron. Be sure to check out the City of Iron blog for tons of new Necromancer spells. Swashbuckler: A new fighter class by Barrel Rider Games.
    NEW MONSTERS
    MISCELLANEOUS UTILITIES
    ZINES
      Dyson's Dodecahedron: A free collection of Labyrinth Lord house rules, encounters, awesome maps, and more by the incomparable mapper Dyson Logos.
      Od&dities: A critically acclaimed old school gaming magazine by OD&DITIES, with issues #13, #14, and #15 specifically written for Labyrinth Lord.
      Oubliette: Another critically acclaimed old school gaming magazine by Gold Piece Publications that is “Written for Labyrinth Lord, but also ideal for use with any Basic/Expert/Advanced original or clone, with little or no adjustment required.”
      Talespinner Magazine: A zine by Ganesha Games including adventures and more, double-statted for Labyrinth Lord.
      Wizards Mutants Laser Pistols: A zine by Alexey for Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby Mark » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:22 pm

I started one a while back but didn't complete the modules section. Updating it is on the never-ending todo list.

A page specifically targeted at settings and adventures would be great.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby 3d6 » Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:10 am

Mark wrote:I started one a while back but didn't complete the modules section. Updating it is on the never-ending todo list.


Great list, Mark! Good work on that. I can imagine that completing/maintaining the modules section would be a job.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby Mark » Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:33 am

To be fair, it wasn't nearly as complete when I replied earlier. I did a significant update to the page. Everyone is welcome to copy and paste the data into a more useful format as starting place. I'll be happy to include publishers/modules/etc. that I have overlooked as well.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby petespahn » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:30 pm

Mark wrote:To be fair, it wasn't nearly as complete when I replied earlier. I did a significant update to the page. Everyone is welcome to copy and paste the data into a more useful format as starting place. I'll be happy to include publishers/modules/etc. that I have overlooked as well.

Yeah Mark that's exactly what i was looking for! I'm going to repost it here if you're sure you don't mind.

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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby Mark » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:34 pm

petespahn wrote:Yeah Mark that's exactly what i was looking for! I'm going to repost it here if you're sure you don't mind.

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I don't mind at all. Go for it.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby RAD Colin » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:37 pm

You missed one of the most popular LL dungeon modules:

Stonehell Dungeon: Down Night-Haunted Halls
by Michael Curtis, author of The Dungeon Alphabet, co-author of Realms of Crawling Chaos
Stonehell Dungeon is a classic-style megadungeon, filled with enough monsters, traps, weirdness, and treasure to keep you gaming for a long, long time. Explore over 700 rooms, encounter more than 40 new monsters, and discover 18 mysterious magical items -- and that's just in the first book! Stonehell Dungeon: Down Night-Haunted Halls details the first six levels of a megadungeon intended for use with the Labyrinth Lord™ role-playing game, but is easily adaptable to most early versions of the original fantasy role-playing game and its retro-clones. Featuring art by J.A. D'Andrea, Lee Barber, Marcelo Paschoalin, and Ralph Pasucci, Stonehell Dungeon gives the game master all the necessary information to run his players through the dungeon, while offering enormous opportunities to customize and expand on the site. Suitable for characters of levels 1 through 7.
PDF HERE
There's a Free 6-Page Preview available.

There's also the free Stonehell Dungeon Supplement One: Brigand's Caves.
The first in a series of supplemental material for STONEHELL DUNGEON. This six-page PDF details the cave hideout of a group of brigands who lurk near the dungeon's entrance. It also introduces two new monsters for your Labyrinth Lord™ game and provides the PCs with the first hint of Stonehell Dungeon's dark secret.

And you can buy Stonehell Dungeon Supplement Two: Buried Secrets
The second in a series of supplemental material for STONEHELL DUNGEON, this twenty-page PDF is an anthology of three adventuring sites located in and around the ancient prison suitable for exploration by low-level characters. Included are “Modnar’s Cellar,” the undercroft of a ruined tower owned by a magic-user with a strange agenda, “The Nest of Otrogg,” a cave system once occupied by a loathsome cult, and “The Sanctuary of Chthonia,” a secret sub-level located inside Stonehell Dungeon and overseen by an undead witch. It also introduces two new spells, eight new monsters, two new magical items, and a pair of minor deities for your Labyrinth Lord™ game. This supplement contains three maps but no other interior illustrations.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby RAD Colin » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:42 pm

There's the excellent Red Tide setting, by Kevin Crawford, author of Stars Without Number, available in PDF or POD.
A Red Tide is Rising
For three hundred years, the last remnants of humanity have clung to the wild green jungles of the Sunset Isles. They have watched the red mist that consumed their world roil a hundred miles off the coast, waiting, a beast at bay. But now the crimson dreams are becoming stronger, and the wild Shou tribes of the west howl their hate at the human invaders. Who shall rise to save a world quenched in blood?
In this book a Labyrinth Lord will find all that is required to run a sandbox game of adventure in the Sunset Isles. In addition to the races, classes, and sorcery of this savage land, a referee will find special tools and resources for creating shadowed courts of quarreling nobility, cities rife with struggle, wild border settlements that cry out for the help of heroes, and dark places in the earth known only to the dead and the damned. These tools will aid not only campaigns in the Sunset Isles, but also those games set in other lands of savage mystery and bloodstained blades.
Expanding on the tag system found in the free Stars Without Number sci-fi role-playing game, Red Tide includes more than fifty new tags for fantasy cities and borderland settlements, along with more than 25 pages of GM resources including culture-specific name and place lists, unkeyed blank maps for quick sandbox use, four pages of room dressing and treasure possibilities, and a new "diagram dungeon" method of quick dungeon generation with a worked example.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby RAD Colin » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:52 pm

DwD Studios the folks behind Star Frontiers Digitally Remastered, have produced some nice modules recently:

Dark Times in Brighton
Dark Times in Brighton is an adventure for four to six characters of 1st - 2nd level. Although designed as a Labyrinth LordTM compatible product, It is easily compatible with most fantasy RPG systems. In addition to the adventure itself, contained within these pages are details of Brighton and its people, a town that could easily become an important part of your character's careers as adventurers.
The town of Brighton exists in the north, at the source of the Daakencraags where the Darkenwolde Forest shades the winding Brother’s River. The legendary adventurer, Richan Thatcher (along with his party of adventurers) carved the place away from a once mighty goblin kingdom. It has prospered for many long decades, until now.
Townsfolk are disappearing from the surrounding countryside. Goblins are on the march once more. If that wasn’t enough, a terrible blighting disease has infected the waters and not even the curative magics of the Temple of the Winds can thwart it. This is indeed a very dark time for Brighton.
Too old to do anything about it himself, Thatcher has sent out a call to any adventurers who will swear their swords to his mighty town and its innocent people.
Are your players hero enough to face down a growing goblin horde? Are they brave enough to fell the mighty goblin shaman, Vir-Kayik? Are they clever enough to find the source of the blight and cleanse the town’s water source? Are they the light to end these dark times in Brighton?

It's available in PDF or POD (the latter via Lulu) and is very nicely produced.

They've also done a couple of 1-sheet modules, available as pdfs:
Maidens of Moordoth
Maidens of Moordoth is a low-level 1-sheet adventure designed for Labyrinth LordTM but easily usable in any old school fantasy role-playing game. It provides all you'll need for a full night or two of play.
The elders of the village of Moordoth are the keepers of a grim secret. They vowed to take it to their graves, but a pack of ghouls and the wailing haunts of six lost maidens seem to command otherwise. The characters are hired by the town elders to put a stop to this madness. The characters will soon learn that all is not what it seems as they unravel the secret of the Maidens of Moordoth.

Trouble at Karam's Claim
When the miners at Karam's Claim depleted the hills, they set their sights on deeper wares. They dug too deep, and uncovered an unusual orc clan lead by an exiled ogre lord. The characters are in the right place at the right time, and must rescue the miners from the clutches of evil.
A 1-sheet adventure designed for a party of four to six low-level Labyrinth Lord(TM) characters, though it can be easily adapted to any old-school fantasy role-playing game. This adventure is combat-heavy. If the players lack sufficient front-line fighters, consider having miners take up swords from fallen orcs and fall in line with them.
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Re: List of Labyrinth Lord products?

Postby RAD Colin » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:57 pm

Planet Thirteen have produced the fun little dungeoncrawl, The Purple Worm Graveyard
It is said that when the largest and most ancient of purple worms know that the time of their death is near, they make their way through rock, earth, and water to the legendary Purple Worm Graveyard.
The graveyard is said to lie somewhere in the barren Rockspyre mountains, but its exact location is unknown. Now and then an adventuring expedition sets out on a hunch or clue seeking the graveyard. Most return empty-handed and dispirited. Some never return.
But a few, just enough to keep the legend alive really, come back with whispered tales of subterranean fields littered with a fortune in purple ivory, unguarded and ripe for the take.
The Purple Worm Graveyard is a short dungeon crawl adventure that's best for levels 1-4. The adventure has 15 entries and is designed to provide a variety of challenges for a new adventuring party or one-shot game. It's got fabulous treasures, cunning monsters, dangerous traps, and ancient mysteries for players to discover and explore. It's written using the Labyrinth Lord rules, but will work with any dungeon crawl adventure game.
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