|Also by Mikhail Rakhmatullin|
I've recently begun encouraging them to try their own hand at DMing, and have mostly been blown away by their enthusiasm and panache. Cameran, John, Vic: good work, guys.
Anyway, John decided to run a dungeon called The Rugmaker's Den. It lasted us about two sessions, and I got to graft a morphic tentacle onto my vat-spawn. Then John TYPED THE WHOLE THING UP, AND GAVE IT TO ME AS A PDF! Now you can download it. The only caveat is that you aren't allowed to post comments telling me how much better it is than my dungeons.
"This dungeon is hopefully the first of many such ones that I will write, and combines my love of the horror genre with the incredible dickishness that can come along with shapeshifters. Much of the story for this one was inspired by Stephen King's IT, and the game Prototype. None of this would have happened though, if I weren't introduced to D&D by Arnold. His love of the game, creative stories, and an eagerness to bring in new players has been an absolute inspiration. I look forward to seeing what sort of awesome adventures this game takes me on, as both a player, and a new DM." - John Uhrig, Dungeonmaster