Queen of The Demonweb Pits

Queen of the Demonweb Pits (Q1) is an adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game written by David Sutherland. The "Q" in the module code represents the first letter in the word "queen." This module is a sequel to the D series of modules. Queen of the Demonweb Pits was novelized in 2001 under the same title.

Queen of the Demonweb Pits is the seventh in an epic series of adventures set in the World of Greyhawk, starting with persistent raiding by local hill giants and other events described in the G1-3 Against the Giants modules. The series continues from there on an odyssey into the Underdark as described in the "Drow" series of modules: D1 – Descent into the Depths of the Earth, D2 – Shrine of the Kuo-Toa, and D3 – Vault of the Drow. (D1 and D2 were later compiled into a single adventure, D1-2 – Descent into the Depths of the Earth). This module sends the player characters to the demonic abyss to defeat the evil demigod Lolth, the demonic goddess of the drow.

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Queen Of The Demonweb Pits - Reception
... Elisabeth Barrington reviewed Queen of the Demonweb Pits as part of a review in The Space Gamer #35 in 1981 ... your way into (and possibly, if you're lucky, out of) the pits ... module was "Not one of TSR's best efforts, but a worthy try." Dungeon Master for Dummies lists Queen of the Demonweb Pits as one of the ten best classic adventures ...

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