Dungeon Magazine's Top 30 Adventures

I just put this retrospective of Dungeon Magazine’s 30 Best D&D Adventures up on my vlog:

What were your experiences running these modules? Any favorites missed? Is something added that shouldn’t be?

I’m interested in this community’s thoughts.


Nice video! Interesting that Queen of the Spiders was #1. It’s not one I’ve heard folks talking about so much these days and sounds like it’s definitely worth a look.

Keep up the great content!


Thanks for the kind words!

I’ve been wanting to check it out for some time, hopefully one day soon I can find a copy at a decent price and dive in to see what all the fuss is about.

I’m most interested in the comment around how “today you wouldn’t be able to write a module like this” as I’m assuming they’re referring to how the writing style has shifted over the years at WotC to be more like a novel than a module. Since there’s so much content, it’d be impossible for them to pull off now without reverting to the older style of writing.

Or so I assume, as I said, I don’t have a copy yet, but I’m excited to find out!


Well report back when you find out. I’m super curious about it since so many well-known people in the industry back then homed in on it!

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Great retrospective! I really enjoy these looks back at some of the older content, there’s so much out there that I forgot about.

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