Concept and Design: Bill Webb
Authors: Bill Webb, Clark Peterson, WDB Kenower and Greg Raglund
Developer: Bill Webb
Producer: Clark Peterson
Editor: Patrick Lawinger and Bill Webb
Art Direction and Design: Mike Chaney
Interior Art: Brian LeBlanc
Front Cover Art: John Masse'
Cartography: Ed Bourelle
Front & Back Cover Design: Mike Chaney
Playtesters: Richard (Bixby) Oliver, Eric (Elision) Lillywhite, Fraser (Alickthron) McKay, Dale (Flail the Great) Haines, John (Speigel) Murdoch, Ian (Helman) Thompson, Pearson (Frac) Keyes, J.P. (They/Them) Johnston, Louis (The Berserker) Roberts, Jennifer (Lydia Deets) Chalfan, Brian (I AM a Wizard) Wilson, Mike (Bofred) Tierney, Dean (Vorpal Bunny) Yasuda, Alan (Ho-chi-Mihn) Belardinelli, Lisa (but I like druids) Brown, Scott Ragland, Janet Kirkland, Skeeter Green, Bob Sarvas, Dan “Frost” Corwin, Ken McKinney, Adam Grim, Fred Clevenger, Richard Hughes, Kyle Haberman, James Serra, Robert Geiger, Jeremy Foglesong, Stephanie Christianson, Jon Bursch, Kristine Bryan, Rick Bulpin, Scott Harlen, Garrett Mercier, Zeb Corey, Karl Johnson, C.J. Land, David Peterson, John Ackerman, Mike Weber, Chip Schweiger, Joe Weimortz, Christopher Laurent, Conrad Claus, Timothy Laurent, Karl Harden, Nicolas Laurent, the GenCon 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 Demo Teams, Ainsley Christofferson, Kathy Christofferson, Donna and Emily Peterson, and Jillian (Demon-Baby) and Krista Webb.
Special Thanks:
Gary Gygax, Bob Bledsaw, Dave Arneson, and Robert J. Kuntz for giving us “first edition feel” in the first place. Most of all we want to thank our fans who have supported Necromancer in its quest to get “back to the dungeon”. Bill also wants to thank Scott Stabbert Victor Armer, and Richard for inspiring that “little kid” to learn how to kill their PCs way back in 1977. At last count, there have been 446 players killed since I first conceived this place.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: Necromancer Games / Sword and Sorcery Studio
Published: August 10, 2006
Pages: 390
PDF: Bullet-rpg
Price: Digital: $19.99

POD: $39.99

Rappan Athuk Reloaded is a d20 sourcebook from Necromancer Games. It contains revised and updated material from the previous Rappan Athuk publications, as well as new levels.


From the White Wolf Catalog:
The Granddaddy of All Dungeons!
Bigger, better and tougher than before. This dungeon is the real deal. From the nefarious black skeletons to the lair of the lich Zelkor to its gate to the Abyss itself, Rappan Athuk is the most famous and feared dungeon in all the lands. This huge multi-level dungeon is the grand-daddy of all dungeon crawls. Not some simple grid of square rooms and straight corridors that conveniently fit on a page of graph paper, this dungeon of caverns, passages and hidden chambers defies even the most experienced adventurers to travel its halls.
You Got the Largest, Now Get the Best!
With 9 new levels and expansions of the original 26, Rappan Athuk is back in all its deadly glory. With a vastly expanded wilderness section detailing the lairs and bandits of the countryside, now it is possible to die before you even enter the dungeon. This boxed set contains three booklets, one detailing the dungeon, one containing stats for the monsters and NPCs and one compiling all the maps. Rappan Athuk Reloaded is so challenging, it includes monsters your characters have never imagined in their worst nightmares.

Background InformationEdit

Some of the material in this book was previously published in Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Upper Levels Rappan Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Upper Levels, Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Middle Levels Rappan Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Upper Levels, and Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Lower Levels Rappan Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves — The Lower Levels. It has been updated to d20 3.5 edition rules and expanded from the original presentation.

Memorable QuotesEdit



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