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    This is pretty cool that they put these up. I'd really like the Dragonlance titles though (and the Dark Sun one), since I currently already have everything in these bundles except for Unlimited Adventures.

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    @Nikosandros
    Thanks! I *feel* like I saw that picture in a book somewhere, but you know how memory is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Whiner Knight View Post
    I'm kind of grumbly that the code often includes a Strength cap for women. Okay girls, you can pretend to be Red Sonja, but heaven forbid you should pretend to be stronger than Conan. ::grumpy face::
    That's because the strength cap on women is, unfortunately, an official rule in 1e AD&D (one of the worse, IMO).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavkatzer View Post
    If you follow OP's link, at the top of the page there is a color picture of a skeleton warrior smashing through a door (it's coming at you!!!).

    Can anyone please tell me which edition and book that came from?

    I have thought of that picture many times over the years. It was one of my absolute favorites back in the day, and have been unable to locate it in a long time.

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    This is Jeff Easley art from the days of 2nd edition, It was the cover of Eye of the Beholder and seems like it was named Trick or Treat.

    Here is the artists website with the image
    http://www.jeffeasleyart.com/See_Jeff_Easley_Art.html

    While I am not sure if it was ever used in a d&d book, though it's likely since the many soft back supplements had full page art about every 30 pages. I do know that it was used for the monster compendium separators, which were full color art prints to be placed in binders in between your monster pages.

    Hope that helps.
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    @Carl H
    Thank you very, very, much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikosandros View Post
    That's because the strength cap on women is, unfortunately, an official rule in 1e AD&D (one of the worse, IMO).
    Yeah, I knew it was official -- and only a couple pages after Gygax said we'd find none of that nonsense in his rulebook.

    Consider that official rule grumbled at, too.

    ETA: Actually, Gateway to the Savage Frontier just rolled me up a woman with an 18 Str, plus it lets you "modify" the character, so I tried that out and it let me get all my characters' strengths up to at least 18. Didn't even have to lower another score to get the points. So I'm relieved.
    Last edited by Prince Atom; Sunday, 23rd August, 2015 at 02:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiraya_TiDrekan View Post
    Adding to the awesome - 1E FR titles on dndclassics.com are 50% off as a tie-in promotion thingy to celebrate the release of the gold box titles.

    http://www.dndclassics.com/browse.ph...=0_44710_44700
    It is really sad that the curse of azure bonds is not part of the discount promotion:

    http://www.dndclassics.com/product/1...nds-1e-2e?it=1

    Nor they seem to have Pool of Radiance or Menzoberranzan available at all.

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    I sorta converted Ruins of Adventure to 5e, was certainly a doozy!

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    The POR download has a pdf of the wheel...30 pages..

    But I hit escape at the code word screen and it clicked through to the next screen...so I am assuming it will work again...I havent had much time to fiddle with it.

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    All the discounted stuff on dndclassics is 1st Edition. FRC2 was published in 1989, so it's 2nd Edition.

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