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The Hardly Haunted Library
by Seth W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/05/2021 19:32:10

I absolutely love these duet adventures, I own nearly all of them now. I used them to familiarize myself with 5e THEN taught my daughter how to play using the same adventures. She loves them. I'd also add that they are great stories and relatively child friendly (granting small tweaks here and there). I cannot speak well enough of them.



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The Hardly Haunted Library
by Jay G. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/27/2020 21:38:53

The Hardly Haunted Library is a great one-shot or side-quest that can easily be dropped into an existing campaign. I actually just received my copy of Curse Of Strahd Re-Vamped today and am planning on subsituting The Hardly Haunted Library for Death House as my player's first supernatural encounter and gateway to the lands of Barovia.

The Hardly Haunted Library is heavily weighted to accomplishing tasks and problem solving and runs light on combat. Having said that the inclusion of a full-page map that appears to be well scaled to use as a tactical map will make combat super smooth and easy to run.

The narrative is interesting, satisfying, and logical. The haunting elements are also effective without being jump-scares and in addition to my regular players I think this is also and adventure I can run for my 13 year old.

The adventure is admittedly fairly short, but it works well that way and is certainly still a bargain for the price! I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a fun introductory adventure with a supernatural flavour.



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The Hardly Haunted Library
by Bob V. G. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/04/2020 04:54:15

For the past few days, I have soloed my way through The Hardly Haunted Library (for 5e). It is designed for a Dungeon Master and one other player. It is ten pages long and it contains one map. The system that I used to solo this was a system that I have been testing out. To play it, I used NeverWhen. The character I used was Alaha the female human Trans-Dimensional Magi. On the first day she received her quest. The quest giver told her that when the quest was completed, she would get a magic book. So, Alaha entered the "haunted" library. She managed to kill a ghost, but she was exhausted after a few hours of adventuring. On the second day, Alaha talked to the quest giver and told her that she needed the magic book now to help her with the quest. She did get the special book and went back into the library. She killed another ghost, but was poisoned by a snake. On the third day in the library, she was finishing up the quest and got attacked by a wolf. After she was bit the third time - the scene changes from the library to a child's bedroom. "Because of the lack of blood, Alaha fell to her knees. Her back was up against a bookcase. Her magical book was now face up next to her where she had dropped it. The wolf growls at Alaha, her vision fades, and she places her hand on top of the pages. Suddenly, she is pulled into the book and the magic book slaps shut." - "Mommy, is Alaha dead?" - "No sweetheart, she is not dead, but that is another story for another night." - / / Give this fun adventure a try / /



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