And now it’s time for… another classic episode of Dungeons and Dragons Theater…

My apologies to the late Jim Roslof for mucking about with one of his classic covers, but that’s what we do here… I actually did check the web to see if he had done any drawing for South Park because I’m just seeing Crab People here, but maybe it’s just me.

In any case, I love the line about be able to play it on it’s own or as the seventh module in the campaign arc… SEVENTH!!!  I mean sure, the first module was pretty much a gimme, but if your character survived to module *7*, you either had a very kind DM or you had mastered the art of cheating!!!  D&D in those days was not a game of survival…

…I’m just sayin’

Regardless, this is a classic module… it’s actually quite great, but it suffers unfairly from being the first other-planar module… It takes place where it should be.  It does it quite well, but it can’t shake the association with being part of the D&D trippyverse that ensued…

Kinda want to get a group together and play it now though…