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It’s the AD&D Fighting Wheel, a relatively rare item printed in the UK in 1981 and available through the RPGA.  According to The Acaeum, only “No 1 Fighters, Paladins, Rangers, and Bards” was made, with perhaps only 1000 copies released.

” It’s the AD&D Fighting Wheel, a relatively rare item printed in the UK in 1981 and available.

Tomb of Horrors.... but but, but the SHINY!

Op says: "Tomb of Horrors. Our party avoids shiny things like the plague!

Paris map wall paper (This site has tons of cool wallpaper)

Somewhere is a tiny powder room begging for this! Paris map wall paper (This site has tons of cool wallpaper)

oldschoolfrp:  Entering the dungeon.  Larry Elmore, from the Frank Mentzer D&D Basic Rules Set: Players Manual, TSR, 1983.

f Fighter Plate Helm Cape backpack Sword Entering the dungeon. Larry Elmore, from the Frank Mentzer D&D Basic Rules Old School Set: Players Manual, TSR,

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older style fantasy warrior, in chain with longsword and shield armor clothes clothing fashion player character npc

The product is absolute nonsense, a flagrant money-grab; the illustration, however, is a definitive representation of the dungeon crawl. The main figures prepare to battle in three dimensions, whil…

The product is absolute nonsense, a flagrant money-grab; the illustration, however, is a definitive representation of the dungeon crawl. The main figures prepare to battle in three dimensions, whil…

oldschoolfrp: The Great Iron Doors guarding Iggwilv’s treasure at the center of the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth. (Jeff Easley from AD&D module S4, TSR, 1982.)

The Great Iron Doors guarding Iggwilv’s treasure at the center of the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth. (Jeff Easley from AD&D module TSR,

Erol Otus Combat | Larry Elmore Art

Curse of the chicken-head! Art by Jim Holloway for Dungeon Crawl Classics

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