[PnP] Tower of the Dead

Floyd Resler adexfloyd at gmail.com
Wed Aug 26 14:16:13 CEST 2009

There were many things I bragged about Powers & Perils on and one of  
them was the fact that you get everything you need in one box.  And it  
has the absolute best treasure generation system I've ever seen!  I  
also liked the fact that new characters already had some experience.   
I forget the exact quote from Book I but it says something like "It's  
reasonable to assume that the character had some experience before  
becoming an adventurer".

Take care,

On Aug 25, 2009, at 11:17 PM, Scott Adams wrote:

> At 08:45 AM 8/25/09, you wrote:
>> A friend of mine was so impressed by Perilous Lands that he asked me
>> to get him a copy so he could use the material for his D&D campaigns.
>> He absolutely loved the detail of it and was able to convert the
>> numbers to be used in D&D.  As a matter of fact, I actually ran him
>> and a friend through Tower of the Dead but using D&D.  I had to  
>> make a
>> lot of modifications, of course, but they loved the adventure  
>> setting.
> Its a great set.  I'm just not into D&D as it seemed to be one of  
> those systems you had to buy upteen zillion books and usually new  
> rules every other year.  So why I never ran it just played it.  Hate  
> to see it mixed with a good system like pnp with a so so system like  
> D&D but oh well. :)
> My 2 brass bits.
> I'm sure there are PL sets on ebay or such.
> Powers & Perils - Feel the evil and taunt the good!
> http://www.funport.com/longshot/pbem
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