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The Dragon Armour - Adventure Book One introduce a different way of playing D100 Dungeon, and will give you choices much like a traditional adventure game book. It use all of the D100 Dungeon game rules from the main rule book with a few modifications.

Also included are some additional rules that can be used in any of your D100 Dungeon games; whether playing a quest, campaign or an adventure. They include rules to destroy doors that are blocking your way (either with spells or by smashing through them with a hand weapon), and rules for multi-slot armour (that protect more than one location slot). The new adventure game also requires a new type of dungeon sheet and if you own the mapping game included are some new tokens needed to play the adventure game, which are included to cut out (or can be downloaded).

You will need the D100 Dungeon rule book to use this book.

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Alan T April 20, 2021 11:10 pm UTC
I love this game, I bought the PDF version to see if I liked it, then ordered hardback. A lot of hard work went into creating this and am thoroughly enjoying this game! I will be purchasing the rest of the the books in this product line. Thank you Mr. Knight! And keep pumping out more content!
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Martin K April 21, 2021 7:18 am UTC
Hi Alan, thank you for the support, and helping keep D100 Dungeon alive. It's really rewarding knowing people are playing, and enjoying a game I have designed. Thanks again.
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Joseph L April 18, 2020 12:35 pm UTC
The repeated complaints about not being able to print are getting tiresome.
I guess for some people $13 to enjoy someone’s creative and I am sure countless hours, weeks, month of hard work is too much to ask.
The demand for high quality work that can be just taken or at most given a token value is what I see as “a dick move.” Makes me wonder how much said person values their own work, if they actually produce anything of value.
The fact is anything you need to print to play this game IS available for FREE download and printable. You do NOT need to print the book to play it. In fact it is quite easy and fun to play on a tablet or computer. Which all prior commenters apparently have. Not to mention their internet connection. And printer. And ink. Priced up any of those lately? What do you pay your ink and ISP, or do you get that for free somehow?
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Eduardo R April 18, 2020 11:36 pm UTC
I can understand that... I just cant understand why we can get the phisical copy and dont get the pdf for free. (not talking about this one in specific, but this one to)
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Martin K April 19, 2020 9:50 am UTC
Thank you Joseph L for this comment, its good to get some support for the game, rather than the constant complaints here on DrivethruRPG.
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Anne M April 23, 2020 4:47 am UTC
I agree Joseph. I 1st tried the pnp version of D100 that's available free on bgg, then bought the v3 download. I love the way it works on my Android tablet. From the index page I tap on the desired table and I'm there. Then tap the return arrow and I'm back to the index. This is much easier than flipping thru pages or shuffling a stack of tables. Couldn't be easier and I can take it with me easily without hauling a brief case full of printed material.
It's easy to cross reference Mr. Knight's other books while playing just by having them in another tab. For me, it's a space saver and speeds up set up when I just want to play a game without hauling out one of my huge box games.
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Christina H May 26, 2020 8:24 pm UTC
Eduardo - So you can't hand it out for free. That's why. Martin makes money off of something that he's clearly taken a zillion (I calculated this precisely) hours to perfect. The least we can do is give him a few bucks for hours and hours of entertainment.
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Neela R July 06, 2020 7:43 am UTC
“So you can’t hand it out for free”

That is a really dumb argument. You can just say “so the creator is compensated for their work because thats what they want.” Shawn Tompkin provides a non-print secure pdf of ironsworn, nearly 300 pages, for free. The pdf version of all supplements are also free with purchase of physical copies. I’m not saying creators shouldnt be compensated for their work. They have the right to set whatever price they think their work is worth. Thats a choice they make. You dont have to white knight on product pages for the creator.
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Barrie M December 15, 2020 6:07 am UTC
You might also want to note that there isn't just one version of this game there are three. For us early adopters we've bought (and paid good money for) all these versions without one word or act of generosity on the part of the creator. ATM I'm unsure about which rules, which optional rules from which version/volume comprise the actual game. Clarity would be good. Instead we are treated as if we were thieves waiting outside the door ready to run off with the writers creative effort should the opportunity arise.
I've had many hours of fun with your creation, despite the need to flick between files and devices to find the table/info I need when playing. What a world this creator must be living in to feel themselves so vulnerable to such exploitation.
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Martin K December 15, 2020 9:13 am UTC
Hi Gumboot B,

The three version of the game are as follows:

V1 the original print n play version available on BGG for free.
V2 is a update on V1 and the changes are minimal, you will hardly notice the difference and is on BGG for free.
V3 is updated further with lots of new things added, it is also supported with additional rules and quests here on drivethrurpg. Some more details are on my website and have been available since the very first release V3.

For the record, I don't agree to your accusations of my intentions or that I am exploiting anyone. My goal is to share my ideas, designs and work in a way that it allows me to continue sharing my ideas, designs and work. The books take hundreds of hours to produce from first writing through to creating covers and artwork arrangements and publishing in 3 different formats. For instance, the new book due out early next year is currently at 339,548 characters (64,193 words,...See more
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Jack M March 28, 2020 3:41 pm UTC
No print, no buy.
It's a dick move not letting us print. However, there are ways around your selfish scheme.

You should insist on all PDFs you offer being printable.
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William K March 25, 2020 9:59 pm UTC
what?? Can't print the pdf! Being asked to pay over 10 bucks for a pdf that I can't even print feels offensive.
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Christina H May 26, 2020 8:25 pm UTC
So buy the print version.
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Samuel J March 09, 2020 6:58 pm UTC
Wait.... you can't print the PDF?

I live in a small Caribbean Island, I buy pdf's and print simply because it can cost $30 or more just to have a $20 book mailed to me. This is an odd choice on behalf of the author
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Keith T October 08, 2019 12:25 am UTC
Would have purchased if I could print as its a game that I need to print in order to enjoy. Sorry.
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Raymond W September 08, 2019 6:38 am UTC
Personally, I do not get much from a preview that does not show past the table of contents. It tells me only about the topics covered and almost nothing about the quality of the content.
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George D September 06, 2019 1:08 pm UTC
Hello Martin,

You should REALLY re-think your no-print approach. Here are 3 good reasons why:

1. It is ineffective. The protections can be circumvented by those who would have misuse this anyway.

2. It is counter-productive. It does not help your company's image. Instead, it makes your company look bad- just take a look at what other companies are doing here and you will realize how freedom to use as needed and NOT restrictions in the use of their products is a key to their success.

3. It is the wrong medium for DRM. This is similar to 1, but needs to be emphasized. You are selling an RPG game, something folks would PRINT before they play. Do not take away from the usefulness of your products- you are preventing people from actually playing your game! Why would they recommend it if they cannot enjoy it as they should be able to, by printing what they need before a game?

Please, be realistic and be smart- either remove the restriction or take away...See more
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Christina H May 26, 2020 8:27 pm UTC
George, this guy clearly put his heart and soul into this. I'm pretty sure he's not concerned about his "company look[ing] bad." I can't believe I'm taking time to argue with strangers online, but I even more can't believe you're complaining that using his products is a "nightmare" for you. So don't buy it. Or buy in print.
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