First party comp. Due to our small party size I will be re-introducing a fan (and player) favourite. The barbaric brothers known only as GREEEAAAAT ULRIC!!!! and Lesser Fulric. These will be taking the role of Fighter for the party. This will allow the group to choose from the more interesting classes. In the event where nobody wants to play one of the 'essential' classes (such as Wizard) the brothers will take over that role instead. Great Ulric the Wizard anybody?
Weren't there three of them? Ulric, Fulric and Dulric? *Shuffles off to re-listen to some old Saturnine Snows episodes etc.*
Besides, it's standard practice in OSR to bring an entire army of henchpeople and hirelings along for the dungeon crawl, as ablative hit points and additional attack rolls. You're dead meat if you don't.
Finally, the party will be challenged by the Tomb of The Four Brothers. A right meat grinder, that one.
You mean the Crypt of the Four Brothers? 'Cause if you type "Tomb of the Four Brothers" in a search engine, you'll get a bunch of links to pictures of the Three Brothers' Tomb in Palmyra, Syria (for some reason).
Hmm, looks like the Crypt of the Four Brothers got some harsh reviews:
Crypt of the Four Brothers – Jeff Shepherd – Winner: Best Riddles
Tired riddle trope combined with tired layout trope combined with tired themed area trope. I guess the challenge is in how much the players suffer before figuring things out and skipping the rest?
Although it was a nice touch that the author didn't include wandering monsters, and if you insisted on using them, they should be "previously unsuccessful adventurers as ghosts, zombies or other undead."
[...] two of Goblinoid Games modules (the introduction module and Maidens of Moorath).
Err... Maidens of Moordoth, right? (Are all these misspellings a cunning ploy on your part, intended to keep the players from googling too much info about the scenarios?)