D&D General What Is Your Dream 50th Anniversary Product?

The first 3 supplements edited by Greyharp, added to his first in a single volume with 50 pages by the surviving classic artists (which was on another wishlist, and a beautiful notion.)

A Rosetta Stone for the editions, like Thieves World was for systems.

A Tiamat adventure that’s ok.
 

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We may even get that yet.

I think WotC busting out a checkbook and making all Gygax estate issues go away, and hiring Luke Gygax to write a definitive Castle Greyhawk product would be the blowout dream product.

Gail Gygax has said that she has Castle Greyhawk - whether it's a map or notes or both, is unclear. Luke Gygax taking whatever there is there and putting together an official, real Castle Greyhawk would be darn cool.
 



Stormonu

Legend
There have been roughly 9000 distinct D&D monsters published over the last 50 years. If we assume that each one gets its own card, and that the cards are the same thickness as a typical postcard, that would result in a stack of cards 5¼ feet (1.6 meters) high!
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Audiomancer

Adventurer
There have been roughly 9000 distinct D&D monsters published over the last 50 years. If we assume that each one gets its own card, and that the cards are the same thickness as a typical postcard, that would result in a stack of cards 5¼ feet (1.6 meters) high!
Second-best solution, then…

Print the monster stats on double-sided, three-hole-punched paper.

Sell a gussied-up, overpriced binder to keep them all organized.

Profit.
 



Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
Print the monster stats on double-sided, three-hole-punched paper.
That would reduce the width of the product to 3 feet (91cm), or half that if there were different monsters on each side of the page. Even a 1½ foot (46cm) wide book would be unmanageable. There are simply a lot of D&D monsters!
 

Lanefan

Victoria Rules
That would reduce the width of the product to 3 feet (91cm), or half that if there were different monsters on each side of the page. Even a 1½ foot (46cm) wide book would be unmanageable. There are simply a lot of D&D monsters!
Well, that assumes a certain size of type.

If the books come with a strong magnifying glass included, the page count - and thus the height/thickness - can be reduced considerably. :)
 

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