I’ve really been wanting to complete this campaign for a while now…
We have D&D Thursdays?!
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Be careful, or you might end up like Forrest Gump!
These 2 were also amazing.
Pretty sure most of these have been been OOP for years
They need to be IMB (in my belly).
What I wouldn’t give to have all my old 2nd Edition Manuals, Modules and all manner of accessories back.
We still played with 2nd ed for years. I’ve heard 5th ed is pretty good, but 3rd and 4th were good for one thing- kindling.
Back in the day, we rolled up our own modules.
You made a game starring Sally Jesse Rapheal? I’m impressed (although still trying to determine about what…).
Now that’s a niche market.
@Kriskat30 - your cosplay is getting out of control!
Indeed!!, I was torn between the SJR reference or the KA likeness.
Growing up, my group usually found the fine print on my covers rather compelling.
You goober. I’m a self proclaimed D&D child. I had the original books and crafted thousands of dungeons.
I had someone come in to my friends board game shop and genuinely (or they’re a fantastic actor) ask for the Disco emperor one. They’d just started playing a couple weeks before so I really don’t know.
Did you folks see that Goodman Games has re-released Quiche, err, Keep on the Borderlands for 5th edition? It’s part of their Into The Borderlands release.
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I’m 32 years removed from playing this module, but I do remember Kobolds.
Lots and lots of Kobolds.
3rd edition and edition 3.5 were good. They evolved into the Pathfinder game by Paizo.
4th edition was a radical departure. It was very much a tactical game.
5th edition is a very streamlined rules set.