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The Palace of Spires. If this were unsigned I might have thought Miyazaki had…

The Palace of Spires. If this were unsigned I might have thought Miyazaki had…

Cave of the giant lizards (Jim Holloway, AD&D module U2: Danger at Dunwater, TSR, 1982)

Cave of the giant lizards (Jim Holloway, AD&D module U2: Danger at Dunwater, TSR, 1982)

oldschoolfrp:  Into the vaults of The Temple of Elemental Evil.  (Signed “Jackie Fred”, from AD&D module T1-4, written by Gary Gygax with Frank Mentzer, TSR, 1985.)  This looks like Jeff Easley’s style.  Apparently Larry Elmore invented “Jack Fred” as a pseudonym for rushed work he didn’t want to sign, then Easley also began using variations of the name which appears throughout T1-4.

oldschoolfrp: Into the vaults of The Temple of Elemental Evil. (Signed “Jackie Fred”, from AD&D module T1-4, written by Gary Gygax with Frank Mentzer, TSR, 1985.) This looks like Jeff Easley’s style. Apparently Larry Elmore invented “Jack Fred” as a pseudonym for rushed work he didn’t want to sign, then Easley also began using variations of the name which appears throughout T1-4.

Third Level Clerical Spell: Speak with the Dead. (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR, 1983.)

Third Level Clerical Spell: Speak with the Dead. (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR, 1983.)

Uninvited guests have moved into Moradin's Mine. (Joseph Pillsbury, from AD&D adventure supplement CL6: The Official RPGA Tournament Handbook, TSR, 1987.)

Uninvited guests have moved into Moradin's Mine. (Joseph Pillsbury, from AD&D adventure supplement CL6: The Official RPGA Tournament Handbook, TSR, 1987.)

introvertedart:  oldschoolfrp:    Enchanter casts a geas spell:  “To the north there lies a cave, the cave of Caerbannog.”  (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR, 1983.)  Love this drawing. And actually it’s a stone to flesh spell…look at her feet….   Looks like it, and that spell is also on the same page, but now I need a new gratuitous Monty Python reference for this not-quite-Tim-the-Enchanter.

introvertedart: oldschoolfrp: Enchanter casts a geas spell: “To the north there lies a cave, the cave of Caerbannog.” (Larry Elmore from the Mentzer D&D Expert Rulebook, TSR, 1983.) Love this drawing. And actually it’s a stone to flesh spell…look at her feet…. Looks like it, and that spell is also on the same page, but now I need a new gratuitous Monty Python reference for this not-quite-Tim-the-Enchanter.

The old troglodyte chief keeps 2 wyverns to ride into battle. (Erol Otus from AD&D module D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1981.)

The old troglodyte chief keeps 2 wyverns to ride into battle. (Erol Otus from AD&D module D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1981.)

Two fomorian giants, as ugly on the inside as on the outside.  (Jeff Easley, from AD&D module S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1982.)

Two fomorian giants, as ugly on the inside as on the outside. (Jeff Easley, from AD&D module S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth, by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1982.)

Scorpion-man brings down the house.  (Jeff Easley, from ad for Gen Con 18, Dragon magazine No. 100, August 1985; illustration originally appeared in D&D module X4 Master of the Desert Nomads, TSR, 1983.)

Scorpion-man brings down the house. (Jeff Easley, from ad for Gen Con 18, Dragon magazine No. 100, August 1985; illustration originally appeared in D&D module X4 Master of the Desert Nomads, TSR, 1983.)

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