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“Thief” is so judgemental.  “Rogue” is trying too hard.  I prefer “expert treasure hunter.”  (Larry Elmore, D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR, 1983.)

“Thief” is so judgemental. I prefer “expert treasure hunter.” (Larry Elmore, D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR,

The bullywugs are coming! Erol Otus, cover of AD&D module I1 Dwellers of the Forbidden City. Obligatory Leap Day visual pun post.

The bullywugs are coming! Erol Otus, cover of AD&D module Dwellers of the Forbidden City.

The brief adventures of Aleena the cleric (Larry Elmore, Frank Mentzer’s Basic D&D Players Manual, TSR, 1983)

The brief adventures of Aleena the cleric (Larry Elmore, Frank Mentzer’s Basic D&D Players Manual, TSR,

In the cave of the umber hulk - It's even harder to fight while avoiding the monster's gaze.  (Erol Otus from AD&D module C2: The Ghost Tower of Inverness, TSR, 1980.)

oldschoolfrp: “ In the cave of the umber hulk — It’s even harder to fight while avoiding the monster’s gaze. (Erol Otus from AD&D module The Ghost Tower of Inverness, TSR, ”

Dave Trampier’s cloud giant from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977, inspired in part by an H J Ford illustration in Andrew Lang’s 1892 The Green Fairy Book. (HT Telecanter’s Receding Rules which made...

oldschoolfrp: “Dave Trampier’s cloud giant from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, inspired in part by an H J Ford illustration in Andrew Lang’s 1892 The Green Fairy Book. (HT Telecanter’s Receding.

Type VI Demon. (David Sutherland, AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.) The first D&D booklets mentioned Balrogs. That word was edited out of later editions, but the Type VI has the form, the sword and multi-tailed whip, and one individual’s unique name happens to be “Balor”.

Mysterious robed dungeon-dwelling person/thing presents: The original golden age of fantasy role.

1st Edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Cover Art without Text

Have you ever wanted to see the Edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Cover Art without Text? Check out this wonderful gallery of all the books.

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,

An uninvited intruder tries to sneak past the guard in the giants’ entry room. David Sutherland, from AD&D module G1: Steading of the Hill Giant Chief, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1978.

An uninvited intruder tries to sneak past the guard in the giants’ entry room. David Sutherland, from AD&D module Steading of the Hill Giant Chief, by Gary Gygax, TSR,

Fizzle. (Jeff Dee, from AD&D module Q1 Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR, 1980.)

Fizzle. (Jeff Dee, from AD&D module Q1 Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR, 1980.)

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Painted Reproductions of Original Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Cover Art Without the Text

In artist Kevin Mayle took it upon himself to paint awesome reproductions of original Advanced Dungeons & Dragons cover art.

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