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I just came across The Lone Crusader page on the web. I am not sure if anyone has mentioned this yet here or not, but I am thinking there would be some folks interested in this idea. Sorry if it has already been mentioned.

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The author has taken the 5e adventure, The Lost Mine of Phandelver and has attempted to remove the secret information from the module until the players need to know it through the use of expandable text boxes and links to other pages. The idea sounds interesting.

I thought some of the folks who haunt this guild might benefit from this idea. I have always imagined a group of like minded folks who would take the time to convert D&D modules in this manner and share them from a central location organized by rules edition. The idea seems overwhelming when I try to think about how it would be done. More time than I have to devote to it. Anyway, here is a link to the start of the solo/coop adventure the Lost Mine of Phandelver. John, I don't know what magic mirror is.

I did a google search and tried magicmirror.com, but I do not know what I am looking for. Can you provide a link? I think that John is talking about Forgotten Realms Unlimited Adventure (FRUA), a 'simulator' of the old TSR SSI Gold Box video games. I prefer to get a pdf of a completely rewritten scenario book. I read the Lonecrusader article and, it's a lot of work but, with some tricks - like decks of cards which could provide the main events/paths/npc informations when a test is done (to define), and a 'roadmap' which could be used to select the required deck of cards of these events, it could be played solo.

I have received Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 3, and I wanted to use Mythic GME with it but I prefer to test these ideas on a simple but imaginative system, like Ryuutama. I think that this cards system is near to be 'the' simple solution to play a redacted multi player scenario book in solitaire mode. After reading over Lost Mine of Phandelver, it seems like it can be played solo using with some tweaking. These are solo adventuring rules that don't need a gm/oracle. WHL uses PEFs or Possible Enemy Forces, which can be anything from, 'just the wind', friendlies or enemies.

They appear based on rolling against an 'Enemy Alert Level.' The higher the EAL the greater chances of encountering an enemy. The 1st Chapter can be played this way. The same concept would be used when exploring the caves and going from room to room. Colorado Drivers License Restriction Code V. It would also be different each time you play the encounter.

There are rules for finding the person or object that your character is looking for either in this rule set or the expansions. After reading over Lost Mine of Phandelver, it seems like it can be played solo using with some tweaking. These are solo adventuring rules that don't need a gm/oracle. WHL uses PEFs or Possible Enemy Forces, which can be anything from, 'just the wind', friendlies or enemies.

They appear based on rolling against an 'Enemy Alert Level.' The higher the EAL the greater chances of encountering an enemy. The 1st Chapter can be played this way.