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

The Ghost Tower of Inverness, Jim Roslof’s cover art for AD&D module C2, TSR, 1980.

The Ghost Tower of Inverness, Jim Roslof’s cover art for AD&D module TSR,

The Illusion of the Decapus.  (Laura Roslof from the recalled orange cover version of D&D module B3: Palace of the Silver Princess, TSR, 1981.)  Jim Roslof's wife Laura contributed a number of illustrations to both versions of B3.

The Illusion of the Decapus. (Laura Roslof from the recalled orange cover version of D&D module Palace of the Silver Princess, TSR, Jim Roslof’s wife Laura contributed a number of illustrations to both versions of

The party encounters a large serpent (Bill Willingham back cover art for D&D…

The party encounters a large serpent (Bill Willingham back cover art for D&D…

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D&D art by Erol Otus

I find that many Otus drawings catch my attention, and stick in my mind far longer than other.

Erol Otus

This is normal. Keep telling yourself this is normal. (Erol Otus, AD&D module In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords, TSR,

Erol Otus Combat | Larry Elmore Art

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

Minotaur (Erol Otus, AD&D module A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, TSR, 1981) #D&D#Dungeons & Dragons#Erol Otus#minotaur#greek mythology#Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords#monster#A series#dnd#Dungeons and Dragons#AD&D#TSR#mythology

Minotaur (Erol Otus, AD&D module Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, TSR,

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

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