Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Light on Quests Mountain
Years later, having since actually played Gamma World, I was back at my parents' house, and was digging through my old stuff, and found my beat up copy. I couldn't help but wonder if my affection for the book had somehow influenced me subconsciously, years later, to get into D&D, and subsequently Gamma World. Probably not, but it's fun to imagine such things.
Reading through it as an adult, though, I was surprised to see that the story, for all intents and purposes, holds up as an actual adventure, and in fact, I ended up lifting large parts of Light on Quests Mountain for an adventure I ran, with the final battle in the robot's control room plagiarized directly from it.
Looking on the interwebs, I see that a number of these were written, including three more Gamma World adventures. I'll be keeping an eye out on ebay for any good lots that I can pick up cheap.
Who knows how many more adventure seeds they hold?