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Infiltrating the wealthy quarter of the hidden city of Suderham (Bill Willingham, AD&D module A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, TSR, 1981)

Infiltrating the wealthy quarter of the hidden city of Suderham (Bill Willingham, AD&D module Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, TSR,

GROGNARDIA: Early Pictorial History of the Drow

Early Pictorial History of the Drow

“The orcs in the North wage a constant war of raid and retreat on frontier outposts.” (Esteban Maroto from FR5: The Savage Frontier by Jennell Jaquays, TSR, 1988.)

“The orcs in the North wage a constant war of raid and retreat on frontier outposts.” (Esteban Maroto from The Savage Frontier by Jennell Jaquays, TSR,

Golden Age, Dragons, Train Your Dragon, Kite, Dragon

Bill Willingham

Sometimes the safest place to be is under the dragon. (Bill Willingham, title page of Moldvay Basic D&D, TSR,

Unleash the hounds of Hell!  (Unsigned hell hound, looks like Dave Trampier's work to me, from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.)

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

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Realization: Wayne Reynolds is the most realistic D&D artist

The hill giants have enslaved a large number of orcs to work in their kitchen, workrooms, and dungeons.  (Dave Trampier from AD&D module G1: Steading of the Hill Giant Chief by Gary Gygax, TSR, 1978.)

The hill giants have enslaved a large number of orcs to work in their kitchen, workrooms, and dungeons. (Dave Trampier from AD&D module Steading of the Hill Giant Chief by Gary Gygax, TSR,

Minotaur (Erol Otus, AD&D module A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, TSR, 1981)

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

“The minotaur is a bull-headed man (and all of us who have debated game rules are well acquainted with such).”  Picture by David Trampier from the Holmes Basic D&D rulebook, TSR, 1977.  Text appears in the Holmes Basic rules, only slightly adapted from the text of the original Gygax/Arneson little brown books, vol 2, Monsters & Treasure.

oldschoolfrp: “ “The minotaur is a bull-headed man (and all of us who have debated game rules are well acquainted with such).” Picture by David Trampier from the Holmes Basic D&D rulebook, TSR,