lipanwrangler wrote:Moonlight Madness, by Penny and Skip Williams. The weirdest AD&D 2nd Ed. adventure i've ever read or run. I love it, and have run it twice, and plan on running it again soon.
Also, Night Below, by Carl Sargent is pretty damn weird at points. Love that one as well.
Other than that i've never seen a published adventure anywhere close to what I would call weird. Bu I like it weird..
I'd heard that Moonlight Madness is bit... odd. As with Baba Yaga, it isn't something I've come across, yet. But its on my radar.
I had Night Below at one point, but I didn't have time to really study it before I had to sell it. (Money issues.) If I come across it again (at a reasonable price), I'll buy it for sure, but I would likely use it for one of my more prominent