Judges Guild: Home to the Wilderlands Campaign
and the City State of the Invincible Overlord - Founded 1976
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March 27, 2006: More maps from Gabor Lux (aka Melan)! This time, he prepared players' maps for Valon and the City State for you!
Check our Fan Materials Page to downlaod them now!
Please note that the maps for Valon and the City State are password-protected! Please use the password provided in Book I of the Wilderlands of High Fantasy Boxed Set!
February 17, 2006: We received yet another cool adventure by Gabor Lux aka Melan! Gabor, you rule!
"The Garden of al-Astorion is a challenging wilderness and dungeon adventure module for six player characters, 6th to 9th level. PCs must investigate a "lost world" populated by strange monsters, stranger ruins and a mysterious hermit who could be a potent ally or terrible foe. Who can recover the magical fruits or defeat the horrors who guard them jealously? Who can find the treasures of a long-dead wizard or slay a monstrous demi-god from primordial eras? All this and more will be revealed... in The Garden of al-Astorion!"
Click Here to download The Garden of al-Astorion (d20 version, 5.2 mb) now!
Click Here to download The Garden of al-Astorion (Castles & Crusades™ version, 5.2 mb) now!
February 1, 2006: The long awaited installments from Judges Guild's Pegasus magazine have finally been posted! From Revelshire and the Azurerain Pirates to the Hanging out in the City State articles and the famous Ant God adventure module, they are all here! And all for free! Come and get em!
Visit our Downloads Page to get all thirteen downloads, together 36.5 mb!
Please note that all of these downloads are FREE and do not require the password from the boxed set!
September 26, 2005:And the downloads keep coming! Here are some really impressive maps by Gabor Lux (aka Melan):
"As I have promised in the "JG First Impressions" thread, I have created player maps for two of the Wilderlands regions: Barbarian Altanis and Lenap. The maps are as close to the originals as I (and AutoREALM/MSPaint) could get. There are two versions for each, a standard and a high resolution variety (the latter are huge!). I have also included blank hex maps for people who enjoy creating their own regions."
Click Here to visit our Fan Materials Page and download these goddies now!
September 5, 2005: Looking for the "Lesser Races of the Wilderlands" article referenced in the Boxed Set? Well here it is! Straight from the pages of the Enworld Magazine. Oh, and as a bonus, here is an article on Tomes of Ancient Knowledge.
Click Here to download the Lesser Races of the Wilderlands article now!
Click Here to download the Ancient Tomes and Books of Magic article now!
Also, we have posted another cool fan download by Rob Conley:
"It been a while since my last one. Here is a PDF of a full color Modron map, player's map, GM keyed map, and last the key itself."
Click Here to download the City of Modron material now!
And while we're at it, click on the small image to right to see a larger version of our ad for the Wilderlands of High Fantasy boxed set!
August 31, 2005: We just received another great fan submission, this time from Michel Godbout. It's A Street Guide to the City State of the Invincible Overlord!
"Anyone who assumed, like I did, that the Seal Maker (#15) was located next to the Balorís Eye (#13) and the Boot and Strap shop (#14) was in for a surpise as this was not the case. In order to speed up game time, this street guide gives instructions to locate a particular place. It can be used by the Judge in order to prepare his next game session but also allows his NPCs to give directions to the PCs on the quickest way to a location."
Click Here to download the Street Guide to the City State of the Invincible Overlord now!