|Edition||2nd edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons|
|Series|| The Star Cairns|
Crypt of Lyzandred the Mad
- This article is about the 1998 module. For the stone windmill, see Doomgrinder.
The Doomgrinder is an adventure module for the World of Greyhawk campaign setting.
The module was published by Wizards of the Coast in 1998 under its recently acquired TSR imprint for the second edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons rules. It is the final of the three adventures in the "Lost Tombs" series for the Greyhawk setting and is therefore a sequel to The Star Cairns and Crypt of Lyzandred the Mad.
The Doomgrinder, a mysterious stone windmill many leagues east of the City of Greyhawk, has for centuries been a source of rumors, frustration and fear. The rumors say that vast treasures are stored inside - all cursed. The frustration belongs to hundreds of adventurers who over the years have attempted to enter the windmill and failed. The fear is felt by those who believe the world will end when the stone sails of the Doomgrinder turn again. In the City of Greyhawk, powerful spellcasters read bad omens for the future, and the Doomgrinder is part of them. Some see no future at all, good or bad.
- Miller, Steve. The Doomgrinder. Renton, WA: TSR, 1998.