Across シュリール river to the hill of the fear
|Japanese title||Across シュリール river to the hill of the fear|
|Necessary rule||D&D basic set|
|Setting||Overall D&D, Miss cod|
|The first edition publication year||1983|
|B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B1-9, B10, B11, B12, BSOLO|
Of "シュリール river fear (シュリール がわをこえてきょうふのおかへ, Horror on the Hill) is a module published for dungeon & Dragons fantasy role playing games in 1983 by TSR company to the hill". The product number was TSR 9078. These 32 pages of booklets were designed by Douglas Niles and characterized cover art by gym ロスロフ.
A Japanese edition was published with a title to "the hill of the fear across シュリール river" in 1986.
Table of contents
The group of the bold venturer gathers to plan the conquest of the hill such as the big lump which approaches to cover this small settlement in an out-of-the-way fort built in the bank of a river of the very large river. The hill is full of monsters, and they hear it when one wicked witch lives there again. Because there is not the person who invades the hill, and came back, the truth of the rumor is unidentified. Only very large シュリール river separates the enigmatic mountain from the player character.
A series of caves are a lot of goblin and ホブゴブリン waiting for. A young red dragon lies to the bottom layer of the cave. Capture a hill having fire to rise to Kawabata.
Horror on the Hill was written by Douglas Niles, and gym ロスロフ, the text illustration were drawn on the cover art by gym Holloway, and TSR published 32 pages of pamphlets and set of the decoration cover in 1983 .
This module was designed for D&D basic sets. A person gathers, and 11 maps, three kinds of new monsters, prepared character are prepared for to a module.
In 1986, Shinwa Co., Ltd. published a Japanese edition.
This module became the big characteristic later in reedition module of 1987, B1-9 In Search of Adventure.
- It was criticized in Fantasy Gamer 6 (1984).
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