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Undead humans, demi-humans, and animals rise to guard Bone Hill. From AD&D module L1: The Secret of Bone Hill, TSR, 1981.

Undead humans, demi-humans, and animals rise to guard Bone Hill. From AD&D module The Secret of Bone Hill, TSR,

Old time religion. (Erol Otus, from AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, 1980. This is from a later printing without the Cthulhu and Melnibone mythoi. The picture is dated ‘81 so perhaps this art was added to the later printings to fill a blank page?) (Edit...

Old time religion. (Erol Otus, from AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, This is from a later printing without the Cthulhu and Melnibone mythoi. The picture is dated so perhaps this art was added to the later printings to fill a blank page?

oldschoolfrp:  Yet another thief rushes to grab the loot while the party is still in combat, this time vs an owlbear.  By Jeff Dee, back cover of D&D Monster & Treasure Assortment, Sets One-Three: Levels One-Nine, TSR, 1980. This supplement provided nine lists of 100 monster encounters and nine lists of 100 treasures that could be selected or rolled at random to stock a dungeon quickly.  It exemplifies the era when no one cared about the ecology of the monster, you just wanted to kil...

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Yet another thief rushes to grab the loot while the party is still in combat, this time vs an owlbear. By Jeff Dee, back cover of D&D Monster & Treasure Assortment, Sets One-Three: Levels One-Nine,.

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an experienced adventuring party in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide (TSR, 1979).

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an.

Castle in the clouds, by Erol Otus from AD module Q1: Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR, 1980.

Castle in the clouds, by Erol Otus from AD module Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR,

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master Guide, first print - David Sutherland III

oldschoolfrp: “ An encounter with an efreeti on the Elemental Plane of Fire – David Sutherland’s full painting for the AD&D Dungeons Masters Guide, TSR, (Image via The Acaeum.) ” “The fabled City of Brass can be seen floating over a flame-swept.

Valkyries, Choosers of the Slain. (Jim Roslof, from the Norse mythos section of AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, 1980.)

Valkyries, Choosers of the Slain. (Jim Roslof, from the Norse mythos section of AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR,

The purple worm is best avoided instead of poking it with a sword. It’s bigger than a mature red dragon and less likely to make you rich. (Diesel, AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

The purple worm is best avoided instead of poking it with a sword. It’s bigger than a mature red dragon and less likely to make you rich. (Diesel, AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR,

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101 Dungeon Ideas Written by M. Packer That’s right, I’m at it again with more excessive free time on my hands (not really, I .

The Illusion of the Decapus.  (Laura Roslof from the recalled orange cover version of D&D module B3: Palace of the Silver Princess, TSR, 1981.)  Jim Roslof's wife Laura contributed a number of illustrations to both versions of B3.

The Illusion of the Decapus. (Laura Roslof from the recalled orange cover version of D&D module Palace of the Silver Princess, TSR, Jim Roslof’s wife Laura contributed a number of illustrations to both versions of

Classic matchup:  Blink Dogs vs Displacer Beast.  (AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

Classic matchup: Blink Dogs vs Displacer Beast. (AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an experienced adventuring party in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide (TSR, 1979).

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an.

Drow guarding their treasure, by Bill Willingham, from AD&D module D1-2 Descent into the Depths of the Earth, TSR, 1978-81. Since his TSR days Willingham has illustrated and written comics for several publishers, including Marvel Here he hinted at...

Drow guarding their treasure, by Bill Willingham, from AD&D module Descent into the Depths of the Earth, TSR, Since his TSR days Willingham has illustrated and written comics for several.

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an experienced adventuring party in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide (TSR, 1979).

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an.

Erol Otus Shrine: Expert D&D

Spectre by Erol Otus, from the Cook/Marsh Expert D&D rules, TSR,

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