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

Cleric charging into battle. (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer red box basic D&D Players Manual, TSR, 1983.)

Cleric charging into battle. (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer red box basic D&D Players Manual, TSR, 1983.)

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.)

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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.)

A mind flayer prepares his next meal while casually tossing aside the victim’s helmet.  (Roger Raupp illustration from the article “The ecology of the mind flayer”, written by Roger Moore, Dragon #73, October 1983, TSR.) “Where do the Illithids, whom men call the mind flayers, come from?” asked the mage in a trembling voice. I believe this article is the first appearance of the name “Illithid” in print.

A mind flayer prepares his next meal while casually tossing aside the victim’s helmet. (Roger Raupp illustration from the article “The ecology of the mind flayer”, written by Roger Moore, Dragon #73, October 1983, TSR.) “Where do the Illithids, whom men call the mind flayers, come from?” asked the mage in a trembling voice. I believe this article is the first appearance of the name “Illithid” in print.

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