Rappan Athuk is the granddaddy of all dungeons, conceived when the game was new, renowned as the “real deal” by GMs and players alike. Perhaps the greatest statement a player can make about sheer terror his character is feeling is to say: “I was more scared than when we were in Rappan Athuk.”
Rappan Athuk was originally released under the 3.0 rules in 2000. Two additional tomes of material were released in 2001. The areas of wilderness surrounding the dungeon and several other nifty tidbits were released as web-support over time as well. It was revised for the 3.5 ruleset in 2006 and expanded upon, released as Rappan Athuk Reloaded.
Now updated with new releases by a Kickstarter campaign in 2012 for the Pathfinder and the Sword & Wizardry systems, the original dungeon has been expanded even further to excite and torture a new generation of PCs! Rappan Athuk contains 19 never-before seen levels and an even more detailed wilderness section. It also has revised and amended statistics and tactic of the various NPCs and monsters that replace earlier efforts. This book is simply bigger, better and more complete than its predecessors. With a little effort, it’s the only dungeon you will ever need, even if it doesn’t use all the monsters ever created.