D&D General CM8 The Endless Stair released in POD format on DriveThruRPG!


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WotC has just made CM8 The Endless Stair available for print-on-demand over on DriveThruRPG!

Available in softcover format for $4.99, this 1987 adventure has the distinction of being Ed Greenwood's first official full-length D&D publication. While he'd written articles in Dragon for several years, CM8 The Endless Stair was released two months before the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting was released for AD&D 1st Edition. Nominally set in Mystara, this adventure is also one of only two non-Realms products that Greenwood would write for that setting, the other being GAZ8 The Five Shires.

This is the latest book to be given a print on demand option from WotC, following Minsc and Boo's Journal of Villainy (D&D 5E), the d20 Modern Core Rulebook, Urban Arcana (d20 Modern), d20 Dark Matter (d20 Modern), Chainmail: Rules for Medieval Miniatures, L3 Deep Dwarven Delve (AD&D 1E), A Guide to the Ethereal Plane (Planescape), DLR3 Unsung Heroes (Dragonlance 2E), Dungeon Master's Guide 2 (4E), Monster Manual 3 (4E), and Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale (4E), and City of the Spider Queen (Forgotten Realms 3.5). While H1 Bloodstone Pass was given a POD release, this was later removed for unknown reasons.

Other recent releases include X4 Master of the Desert Nomads (B/X), B7 Rahasia (BECMI) and DLT2 Book of Lairs (Dragonlance 2E), DLS4 Wild Elves (Dragonlance 2E), Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins (Greyhawk 2E), WGM1 Border Watch (Greyhawk 2E), The Book of Lairs (Forgotten Realms 2E), AC10 Bestiary of Dragons & Giants (BECMI), Halls of Undermountain (4E), the War Captain's Companion (Spelljammer), PC3 Creature Crucible: The Sea People (BECMI), Volo's Guide to the Sword Coast (Forgotten Realms 2E), Volo's Guide to Waterdeep (Forgotten Realms 2E), Volo's Guide to Cormyr (Forgotten Realms 2E), the Dark Sun Boxed Set (the original one for AD&D 2E), Campaign Option: Council of Wyrms, and the Planescape Campaign Setting.

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