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Monday, May 15, 2006


Rob Kuntz to Write AD&D-Compatible Adventure 'Cairn of the Skeleton King'

Enter an ancient tomb where the undead lurk, where deadly necromantic powers hold sway, and where a king has arisen from the past to challenge your every footstep ... Discover the Warrens of the ghools, creatures of nightmare, fed by an evil power, cursed never to see the light of day ...

Pied Piper Publishing has announced that it will be publishing Dungeon Module CAS1: Cairn of the Skeleton King -- an adventure compatible with the AD&D 1st and 2nd Edition Games -- and that it will be authored by veteran game designer Robert J. Kuntz.

This adventure is written by veteran game designer Robert J. Kuntz,Ennie award winning designer of Maure Castle from Dungeon Magazine.

"If you are seeking adventure with action, newness and the constant challenge of peril, then Cairn of the Skeleton King is a DM’s dream andthe PCs’ nightmare," Pied Piper Publishing said.

This adventure is a 48-page adventure for levels 4-7, with two scenarios in one, each compatible with both AD&D editions, and includes full-color cover and and blac-and-white interior illustrations by veteran artist Jim Holloway. It will have a limited print run of 500 copies, each signed and numbered by the author. According to the company, these will not be available in bookstores and will not be reprinted. The expected release date is mid-July.

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