* '''Published:''' 1st November 2000 * '''Publisher:''' Wizards of the Coast * '''Author:''' Richard Baker * '''Format:''' 32 page softback * '''Rules:''' D&D 3.0 Edition * '''Wizards of the Coast:''' * [[http://www.dragonmag.com/5.0/#!/article/114737/103426454|Dragon+: Designer Interview]] * [[http://www.dragonmag.com/5.0/#!/article/114737/103426453|Dragon+: Fiction]] * '''Product:''' * [[http://rpggeek.com/rpgitem/49346/the-forge-of-fury|RPG Geek]] * [[http://index.rpg.net/display-entry.phtml?mainid=461|RPG Net]] * [[http://tsr.bothgunsblazing.com/3e/forge.htm|TSR Archive]] * [[wp>The Forge of Fury|Wikipedia]] * '''Reviews:''' * [[http://www.rpg.net/news+reviews/reviews/rev_3753.html|RPG Net]] * [[http://www.epinions.com/content_253247131268|Epinions: Review 1]] * [[http://www.epinions.com/content_423313837700?sb=1|Epinions: Review 2]]
What Waits in the Ruined Dwarf Stronghold?
Two hundred years ago, the great dwarf smith Durgeddin the Black built Khundrukar, a hidden stronghold for his war of vengeance against all orckind. For years Durgeddin laboured, until the orcs discovered Khundrukar and stormed the citadel, slaying all within. Legends say that Durgeddin's masterful blades and glittering treasures were never found.
The Forge of Fury is the second in a series of eight stand-alone adventures for the Dungeons & Dragons game. It details Khundrukar's five extensive levels of fierce tribes, dangerous obstacles, diabolical traps, and monstrous creatures.