[Runequest] Introductory scenario for newcomers to RQ

Bruce Mason mason.bruce at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 16:12:40 EST 2011

I don't know if it is "better" and it may be too lethal but there's a
scenario in Signs & Portents 92 called Devil's Gulch which takes a Dyson
Logos map and fills it with an iconic RQ monster. It is generic and D&D
players will feel quite at home. It's simple in that all they have to do is
explore a ruined temple and not die. Sort of old-fashioned that way. I was
interested in taking one of the classic old school revival dungeons and
RQing it.

On 18 June 2011 06:47, Peter Maranci <pmaranci at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm going to be running an introductory RuneQuest scenario tomorrow for a
> group of five newcomers to RQ. Three of them know D&D, and two are pretty
> new to roleplaying in general.
> We're not using Glorantha, although I am allowing Dark Trolls as well as
> humans in the game. It's low-level to start, but has the option to become a
> world-hopping campaign before long; I want to try using some of the
> multi-genre capabilities of Basic Roleplaying. I'm thinking of using the RQ3
> sample scenario tomorrow, just to give them a taste of the system...but if
> anyone can suggest a better starting scenario, or even an idea for one, I'd
> love to hear it. I can't use anything from my own website, because at least
> one of the players has been reading it.
> ->Peter
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