Instant Towns I: Madun is a role playing game supplement published by Art of War Games. The supplement is available as a PDF from RPGNow for $0.50. The PDF lacks bookmarks, but doesn’t need any really for its length. Of the three pages, one page is the cover and the remainder is the content. There is only one illustration, and that is the one on the colour cover.
FO2 – Forstal’s Final Rest is a free role playing game supplement from Adventures in Filbar intended for use with the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and AD&D 2nd Edition game systems, set in the world of Filbar. This is the second in the FO series of adventures, apparently the author’s original campaign, and is aimed at a low level group of adventurers.
FC1 – Turret of the Frost Giant is a free adventure published by Adventures in Filbar, intended to be played using the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons or AD&D 2nd Edition rules. The FC series of supplements are described as being individual challenges, although still set in the world of Filbar, and this is said to be suitable for adventurers of 4th-6th level, as measured by AD&D.
FA2 – Springwood Forest is a free role playing game supplement, part of the FA range published by Adventures in Filbar. The FA series covers adventure areas, usually wilderness related, in this case a forest. This supplement is intended for use with either the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons or AD&D 2nd Edition rules, but it should be compatible with most similar systems, especially those in the Old School Revival.
FA9 – The Festival Experience is a free role playing game supplement from Adventures in Filbar that is intended for use with the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and AD&D 2nd Edition game systems. Where this supplement differs from the rest of the FA series is what it covers. The other supplements cover wilderness adventure areas; this one instead describes a festival or fair, something that would usually be encountered near an urban area.
Knowledge Check: Thieves’ Cant Dictionary by Richard D. Bennett and published by Fat Goblin Games is part of their Knowledge Check series of supplements, which are, in according to the publisher, intended to add a little knowledge focusing on one particular aspect. This particular supplement is a generic one, and the focus is on thieves’ cant, a now mostly defunct secret language used, to a large extent, by thieves, and other disreputable types, in Great Britain and some other English-language countries. Some parts of cant are related to Cockney Rhyming Slang and others are believed to come from gypsies, and possibly the Romany language.
FA3 – Darkwood Forest is a free role playing game supplement published by Adventures in Filbar. It’s intended for use with the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and AD&D 2nd Edition rules, but it should be compatible with most d20 systems with a little work. The FA series of supplements cover various non-urban encounter areas. This particular one covers another forest which, like FA2 – Springwood Forest, is located not that far from the Village of Tomore, the village being detailed in another supplement (both supplements also being available for free). Unlike the sylvan setting of Springwood Forest, Darkwood is, as the name suggests, rather more dangerous.
FA4 – Clover Island is a free role playing game supplement from Adventures in Filbar aimed at use with the AD&D 1st and 2nd Edition games, but it should also work with most similar systems. The FA supplement series details various non-urban settings, in this case, as the name suggests, an island.