Not to be confused with Lords of Darkness (3.0e)
* '''Published:''' February 1989 * '''Publisher:''' TSR * '''Author:''' Ed Greenwood, Scott Martin Bowles * '''Format:''' 96 page paperback * '''Rules:''' AD&D 1st Edition * '''Product:''' * [[http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Lords_of_Darkness_(1989)|Forgotten Realms Wiki]] * [[https://rpggeek.com/rpgitem/50300/lords-darkness|RPG Geek]] * [[https://index.rpg.net/display-entry.phtml?mainid=2942|RPG Net]] * [[http://tsr.bothgunsblazing.com/fr/ref5.htm|TSR Archive]] * [[wp>Lords of Darkness|Wikipedia]]
The Undead. Denied the eternal rest of Death, cursed to wander the many planes and worlds forever, their very existence a mockery of the life they constantly crave yet cannot have. Created by the foulest magics, they have only one thought, one burning goal: revenge against the living. Or do they?
Lords of Darkness is an anthology of short adventures set in various locations in the Forgotten Realms, though you don't need the FORGOTTEN REALMS campaign supplement to use them. Some of gaming's best designers have contributed adventures to this collection, which feature undead of all types and descriptions in all sorts of situations - from skeletons to vampires and worse, from graveyards to haunted houses, and even a few places you may never have expected to find the undead.
These adventures can be used one at a time, inserted into an existing campaign as a change of pace, or they can be a basis for an entirely new campaign. Either way, Lords of Darkness will be sure to give AD&D game players plenty of chills and excitement.