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Advanced dungeons and dragons

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Advanced dungeons and dragons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Advanced Dungeons And Dragons Picture Transfers, 1981

If you'd like to see more Dungeons and Dragons related artwork, check out this incredible Dungeons and Dragons Coloring Boo...

The Other Side blog: The 30 Greatest D&D Adventures of All Time

Been kinda of obsessed with lists lately. But this one does have a point for me. A while back (2004 in fact) the Pazio run of Dungeon Magazine listed their top 30 adventures of all time. I have been going through what I call the "Classical Canon" of D&D. Not just so I have the experience of running them all, but so my kids can also enjoy these great adventures. I also am looking for what makes a truly great D&D adventure; something that people still talk about years later. Anyway here is the…

Vampire the Masquerade

Style Sunday: Roll 1d8+1, tag that many friends with your favorite RPG cover art. Well. Again, I am not a huge fan of tagging people at random. So instead here are some (1d8+1) of my favorite pieces of RPG art. D&D Basic Erol Otus WitchCraft by George Vasilakos Vampire the Masquerade Monster Manual Larry Elmore Witch Blue Rose

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“Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Unearthed Arcana, TSR, 1985. Cover: Jeff Easley. #JeffEasley #TSR #AdvancedDungeonsandDragons #roleplaying #dungeonsanddragons #Dungeons #Dragons #unearthed #arcana #wizard #laboratory”

Time Tracker and Exploration Manager for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition – Tim Bannock

If you’ve cut your teeth on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, grew up with OD&D, are revisiting old school gaming styles via a retroclone on Fantasy Grounds, or as part of an experiment in…

“Orcus’s Doorman”, Keith Parkinson, 1987. (From The Art of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Game, 1989; appeared as cover of AD&D module H4: The Throne of Bloodstone in 1988.)

“Orcus’s Doorman”, Keith Parkinson, 1987. (From The Art of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Game, 1989; appeared as cover of AD&D module H4: The Throne of Bloodstone in 1988.)

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“OSE is a a game that, being based in BX D&D, leaves a heap off the character sheet 3d6 stats, no feats, minimal skills This creates play that stops players looking at their sheets for answers …instead focusing the energy toward creative problem solving and planning #ose #dnd”

Red Sonja supplement for ADnD...

Red Sonja supplement for ADnD circa 1986. Anyone play this? I had a few of the Conan supplements based from when the movies came out, but I don’t think I ever saw this one.