nvm not worth it
nvm not worth it
Last edited by Uska; 02-08-2013 at 12:10 PM.
The ANTI-Realms FANBOI NUKE THE REALMS ITS THE ONLY REAL WAY TO BE SURE
I used to have a huge collection of pewter figures also. Ral Partha and other brands. I hand painted most of them, and was complimented on my painting skills, even painting the eyes without going out of the lines. Sadly those just kind of got tossed at some point years ago.
I had a couple of TSR modules too. I don't remember most of them, but i definitely had the one that introduced the Drow and their spider goddess Lolth. Sadly, all lost to time.
I never played any later versions than what i simply know as Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. Thac0, no feats or enhancements, none of that funny business. You didn't know what class you would be till you rolled up your stats.
Those books bring back memories of baked potatoes and Monty python. Hope Phil Chappell and Mike Hill are still playing.
Willibold,Hesteban,Tooflower,Commabayou,Skummspawn ,Machiavehlli,,and Dramoh.
Look out for them in-game.Tyrs Paladium on the big G ftw
Wow, these books bring back memories. I used to have the box sets and pretty much all of the AD&D books. Unfortunately when I left for the Air Force my younger brother took them to school and left them in his locker were they were promptly stolen.
... a soldier,
Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation,
Even in the dragon's mouth.
I have this:
Deities & Demigods that included the Melnibonian mythos
Anyone have any idea what it would sell for?
Satcher, Ranger, Sarlona
Vacuole, Barbarian, Sarlona
I'm on Sarlona if anyone wants to say hi. Usually evenings, east coast, US
What goes around comes around.
You wouldn't sell it anyway.
Blogging about Githyanki and Fiend Folio takes me back. It makes me wonder if there have been any original ideas in the fantasy genre since the 80's. Only thing I can think of offhand is Planescape: Torment and even that was '95 or so, almost 20 years ago.
I also really like the idea of prestige classes (if not necessarily the implementation). But that one really dates back to 1980's -- I consider Thief-Acrobat from "Unearthed Arcana" the archtypal prestige class.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder."
"Of course it is. Are YOU going to question beholder's artistic sense?"
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