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Tales of Mystara - Castle Mistamere

Tales of Mystara - Castle Mistamere

Here is the complete first adventure of my solo DnD campaign using the BECMI rules. The campaign is set in the official Dungeons & Dragons Mystara campaign setting and the adventure takes place in Castle Mistamere. This adventure was published in the Dungeon Master's rulebook of the Dungeons & Dragons Redbox Basic Set, the first set in the BECMI rules.

The progression is apparent as you listen through so bare with me as I really feel this improves as it goes along.

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