I don’t know why we gotta be against the giants, looks to me like they came to party.
Giant dance party
G1-2-3: Against the Giants
Ain’t no party like a giant party because a giant party doesn’t stop until the last halfling is ground into a thin paste.
The Dungeon Explorers
Grenadier miniatures box art by Ray Rubin circa 1980
So many memories. And what genius let the halfling thief carry the torch? NO BACKSTABS FOR YOU!
COLORFORMS: 1983 DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Adventure Set
Dark Dungeons by Jack T. Chick
Which way will you go? Start areas for random dungeon, AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1979.
My battered but still usable box from the Holmes D&D Basic Set with David Sutherland’s cover art. First published in 1977 as a cleaned-up version of the original 3 little D&D books, mine is the “Fourth+” printing from 1979 according to the Acaeum.
Too many hours. Wore those crummy starter dice down to nubs.
Hello, old friends. (David Sutherland from the AD&D Players Handbook, TSR, 1978.)
I never in all of my DnD playing days saw someone play a half-orc.
Grenadier models were better due to their baseline scale and therefore more detail than their Ral Partha counterparts.
And that Umber Hulk in the bottom row, left side. Nightmares are made of that monster bursting into your grid square and forcing an initiative roll.
…highly readable account of a game that seized the imagination of a generation and maintains its grip three decades later…
#I would do *so many* crimes to play DnD with Franco
L1030060.JPG on Flickr.
Second edition ideal life to somebody. Roseville CA 2013.