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Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"

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Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« on: 25. March 2009, 21:59:20 »

You are in dire need of a dungeon for your next session but you don't have the time to prepare something on your own? Then the Dungeon2Go adventures are the right tool for the job!

They are one-paged mini-adventures (in "Lord of the Rats" style) which drop your players right into the action without further ado. The first fast-food dungeon is now available in our download section and focuses on the "Brigands of Lyrkenfenn", which are hidden somewhere in the swamp of the same name.
But this is only the half of it...

Draw your blade or bow, prepare your spells and have fun!


Special thanks to ur_herkau, Greyharp and Stargazer! :)
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #1 on: 25. March 2009, 23:51:07 »

May I ask why you describe them as "Fast Food" dungeons.  Is this a mistranslation or are you trying a McDonalds approach to gaming?

Just curious.

Also I would change it from:
They are one-paged...
to
They are one-page mini...

Look forward to the rest, if you like I'll read them over before you post them up officially.

-mike
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #2 on: 26. March 2009, 00:07:08 »

The FastFood just targets at the fact, that you can prepare and consume/play it very fast and to pick up this "ToGo" again.
So it's meant in german :-\
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #3 on: 26. March 2009, 04:02:58 »

I think "fast food" is a good description, one that people easily relate to.

Also Christian, you have to stop putting my name on your products as a translator. Although it is very flattering, I have not translated anything, but simply have helped refine a few words here and there. People will get the wrong idea and start asking me to help translate German, when I don't in fact know any.   ;D
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #4 on: 26. March 2009, 07:48:59 »

But without your final corrections it wouldn't be translated well enough.
If it's for your privacy - no problem, but if it's because you think your step is not important enough to name you in the credits: No ;)
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #5 on: 26. March 2009, 08:27:13 »

No, it's not for privacy reasons, but simply because I don't feel worthy. Ahh but who doesn't like their name in print? OK, you have twisted my arm Christian and I won't complain again.   :)
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #6 on: 26. March 2009, 09:48:04 »

Hehe  ;D
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #7 on: 26. March 2009, 17:16:00 »

Greyharp, Christian:

When my friend who is translating a Japanese RPG gets help for "just the right word" he calls that localization.

Maybe that would help?
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #8 on: 26. March 2009, 17:18:57 »

The Slayerforum?
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #9 on: 26. March 2009, 20:02:06 »

I think that Mark meant that Greyharp should get credit for Localization. By the way, I can't wait to try this out on my party! Danke, DS team.
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #10 on: 26. March 2009, 21:40:10 »

I quite like the term used in the DS rule book - Helping Hands.   :)
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Re: Dungeon2Go #1: "The Brigands of Lyrkenfenn"
« Reply #11 on: 27. March 2009, 01:26:01 »

I think that Mark meant that Greyharp should get credit for Localization.
Ahh - translated it totally wrong ;D

Helping Hands would be an option - but I really had problems to place the translation-credits in the layout. There isn't not enough room for another row ::)
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