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22nd Jul '16 12:38:31 AM Grade0
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* The Divine Beast's Cave in ''VideoGame/DarkCloud.'' It contains fragile {{Mooks}} and serves as an introduction to basic combat and the [[QuickTimeEvent Duel]] system, as well as giving information about [[GottaCatchEmAll finding the Atla]]. The boss, Dran, introduces the idea of switching between party members to beat dungeon bosses.
* The Underground Channel and Rainbow Butterfly Wood share this role in ''VideoGame/DarkChronicle''. As with ''Cloud'', they serve as basic combat tutorial and teaching the player to find the Geostones.
16th Jul '16 6:45:36 AM Steven
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** The Koopa Cruiser in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga", where you learn the basics of how to move and fight as a pair. You come back here much later on in the game.
** Bowser's Castle in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime", where you learn the basic piggyback mechanics.
** Cavi Cape in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory", where you learn the basics of controlling Bowser.
* The catacombs underneath Pi'llo castle in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam".

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** The Koopa Cruiser in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga", ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'', where you learn the basics of how to move and fight as a pair. You come back here much later on in the game.
** Bowser's Castle in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime", ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', where you learn the basic piggyback mechanics.
** Cavi Cape in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory", ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'', where you learn the basics of controlling Bowser.
* The catacombs underneath Pi'llo castle in "VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam".''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam''.
* The Ruins in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has a very simple layout with puzzles that are not only easy to solve, but will solve themselves for you if you screwed up several times. The random encounters are also easy to deal with thanks to their simple bullet patterns and they're also easy to spare with simple logical thinking through the ACT commands. Toriel will also teach you how to operate the mechanisms for some puzzles, guide you through a hazardous section of spikes, teach you how to win battles without needing to hurt anyone, and she'll even scare off an enemy that abmushes you. [[spoiler: Toriel serves as a WakeUpCallBoss at the end of the Ruins section where she has a lot of HP, more complex bullet patterns, and has a more convoluted way of sparing her that involves doing something other than using everything in the ACT menu once.]]
15th Jul '16 8:13:27 PM Sammettik
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames'' had the ridiculously easy "Hero's Cave" where you find the sword. It was transformed into a BonusDungeon if ''Oracle of Ages'' is beaten first. Also in ''Ages'', [[DualWorldGameplay the Maku Path serves this purpose two times in a row]]. In the present, it's a straight line with a few press-switch-to-open-door puzzles. When you go to the past, you're introduced to the slightly more complicated collect-a-key-to-open-a-door-in-another-room puzzles.

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames'' ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleOfSeasons'' had the ridiculously easy "Hero's Cave" where you find the sword. It was transformed into a BonusDungeon if In ''Oracle of Ages'' is beaten first. Also in ''Ages'', Ages'', [[DualWorldGameplay the Maku Path serves this purpose two times in a row]]. In the present, it's a straight line with a few press-switch-to-open-door puzzles. When you go to the past, you're introduced to the slightly more complicated collect-a-key-to-open-a-door-in-another-room puzzles. Should you be playing a Linked Game, both areas will have a much harder BonusDungeon added on top of them.
4th Jul '16 12:50:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''VideoGame/DemonGaze'': Once you get you initial party members set up, [[TheObiWan Lorna]] takes you on an escorted jaunt through the first area of the first dungeon, giving you a crash course in exploration and battle. One step beyond that area, [[NintendoHard and the kid gloves come off]].

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* ''VideoGame/DemonGaze'': Once you get you initial party members set up, [[TheObiWan Lorna]] Lorna takes you on an escorted jaunt through the first area of the first dungeon, giving you a crash course in exploration and battle. One step beyond that area, [[NintendoHard and the kid gloves come off]].
28th Jun '16 4:31:35 PM MojoMarth
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*''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' has the Temple of Martel, a small dungeon with no boss (unless you count Vidarr, who actually comes before you enter) and a small block-pushing puzzle.
18th Jun '16 1:05:38 PM malter
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** The Cemetery of Ash in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII''. It also has an [[spoiler:[[RemixedLevel alternate version]] later on in the game, a [[BlackoutBasement pitch-black]] BrutalBonusLevel with tougher enemies and [[EliteMook Black Knights]]]].

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** The Cemetery of Ash in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII''. It has an excellent example of a WarmupBoss that introduces the player to the [[TurnsRed two-phase mechanic]] of the bosses in this game, by turning into an intimidating EldritchAbomination halfway through. The area also has an [[spoiler:[[RemixedLevel alternate version]] later on in the game, a [[BlackoutBasement pitch-black]] BrutalBonusLevel with tougher enemies and [[EliteMook Black Knights]]]].
18th Jun '16 12:55:51 PM malter
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* The Undead Asylum And Undead Burg from ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' are relatively simple, non-hazardous affairs, with mostly basic foes and the occasional BossInMooksClothing to help show you just what skills you're going to need to survive.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'':
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The Undead Asylum And and Undead Burg from ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'' are relatively simple, non-hazardous affairs, affairs ([[NintendoHard by Souls standards]]), with mostly basic foes and the occasional BossInMooksClothing to help show you just what skills you're going to need to survive.survive.
** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' has Things Betwixt, which is even easier and doesn't even have a boss. It also introduces the torch by way of BlackoutBasement.
** The Cemetery of Ash in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII''. It also has an [[spoiler:[[RemixedLevel alternate version]] later on in the game, a [[BlackoutBasement pitch-black]] BrutalBonusLevel with tougher enemies and [[EliteMook Black Knights]]]].
20th May '16 1:56:09 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.

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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''.''Invisible Chains''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
19th May '16 10:49:10 AM Koveras
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* The 2nd edition of ''TabletopGame/MonsterOfTheWeek'' comes with two ready-to-run mysteries for beginner monster hunters: ''Dream Away the Time'', which pits them against an ogre marauding through a countryside town, and ''Damn Dirty Apes'', where they fight back lab monkeys who gained superpowers as a result of an experiment GoneHorriblyRight.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.

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* The 2nd edition of ''TabletopGame/MonsterOfTheWeek'' comes with two ready-to-run mysteries for beginner monster hunters: ''Dream Away the Time'', which pits them against an ogre marauding through a countryside town, and ''Damn Dirty Apes'', where they have to fight back lab monkeys who that gained superpowers as a result of an experiment GoneHorriblyRight.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from with ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the first one ever published original boxed Set 1 (and is now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1.store). The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
19th May '16 10:45:19 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available for free from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free Quickstart Guide includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Onto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later made available for free by Green Ronin.

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* ''TabletopGame/DragonAge'' has a number of level 1 adventures, starting from the first one ever published (and now available [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-the-dalish-curse-free-pdf for free free]] from Creator/GreenRonin online store), ''The Dalish Curse'', which came with the original boxed Set 1. The free [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-rpg-quickstart-guide-pdf Quickstart Guide Guide]] includes ''An Arl's Ransom'', while the Core Rulebook contains ''The Indigo Road''. There is also ''Duty Onto Unto Death'', the module that was played at ''WebVideo/{{Tabletop}}'' and later made available released [[http://greenroninstore.com/collections/dragon-age-rpg/products/dragon-age-duty-unto-death-pdf for free by Green Ronin.free]], and ''Amber Rage'', the starter adventure from the ''Blood in Ferelden'' supplement.
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Numenera}} Core Rulebook'' contains three ready-made adventures, including one for first-tier characters called ''The Beale of Boregal'', which is explicitly recommended for new players starting a campaign.
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