D&D 1E Wizards of the Coast releases pay-for-download PDFs of Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home (Dragonlance) and RPGA3 The Forgotten King (AD&D 1E)

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Wizards of the Coast has just released pay-for-download PDFs of Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home ($12.95) and RPGA3 The Forgotten King ($4.95).

Originally released in 1987, Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home is a system-neutral Dragonlance sourcebook, though calling it a "sourcebook" might be stretching things a bit. Instead, it's a collection of stories, recipes, songs, chronologies, and other information about the world of Krynn, all with no game stats of any kind. It was popular enough that it was followed by More Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home and Lost Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home.

RPGA3 The Forgotten King
is an adventure that D&D aficionados probably know better as being the first half of C4 To Find a King (together with RPGA4 The Elixir of Life). These are, themselves, only the first four parts of a massive eight-part tournament that was run at Gen Con in 1983. The subsequent four parts weren't released as standalone adventures, instead being printed in Polyhedron #16-19. On a related note, this wasn't the first time the RPGA adventures had been combined into a larger module; both RPGA1 Rahasia and RPGA2 Black Opal Eye were eventually merged into B7 Rahasia.

These follow the recent PDF releases of Crypt of the Smoke Dragon (AD&D 2E) and the Western Countries Trail Map (BECMI).

Other recent PDF releases from WotC have been The Classic Dungeons & Dragons Game (BECMI), the Monstrous Compendium Planescape Appendix III (AD&D 2E), MC2 Monstrous Compendium Volume Two (AD&D 2E), Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 4 (AD&D 2E), Poor Wizard's Almanac (BECMI), Poor Wizard's Almanac III (BECMI), Battlesystem Skirmishes (AD&D 2E), the Cardmaster Adventure Design Deck (AD&D 2E), the AD&D Permanent Character Folder (AD&D 1E), C6 The Official RPGA Tournament Handbook (AD&D 1E), the D&D Monster & Treasure Assortment Sets One to Three (OD&D), the D&D Character & Monster Assortment (BECMI), the Non-Player Character Records (AD&D 1E), AC5 D&D Player Character Record Sheets (BECMI), and the D&D Character Sheets (BECMI; called the Character Record Sheets on the product's front cover), Minsc and Boo's Journal of Villainy (D&D 5E), Domains of Delight (D&D 5E), the Priest's Screen, Wizard's Screen, Wizard's Player Pack, Priest's Player Pack, Thief's Player Pack, and Thief's Screen (all for AD&D 2E), as well as Luck of the Draw (a supplement for Three-Dragon Ante/D&D 3.5), Gamma World 2e, The Complete Starter Set: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Game 2E, Blood Spawn (Birthright), the Savage Coast Campaign Setting (Mystara 2E), and Savage Coast: Orc's Head (Mystara 2E).

Other PDF releases have included the Shattered Keeps map pack, the Worlds of Adventure fast-play game for AD&D 2E, the Hexagonal Mapping Booklet, Quadrille Graph Paper, Outdoor Geomorphs Set 1 - Walled City, Player's Secrets of Muden (Birthright), The Planescape Conspectus, Midnight on Dagger Alley (AD&D 1E), the AD&D 2E starter set Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game, and the 3.5 Deluxe Character Sheets.

Free releases have included Wrath of the Immortals (BECMI), The Book of Regency (Birthright), Three Dragon Ante, Rob Kuntz's To the City of Brass, and the World of Krynn Trail Map and The Eastern Countries Trail Map (Mystara).

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