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Too long have you had to use makeshift references trying to solve the problem. You now have a complete compilation of the most valuable material for your refereeing, the Dungeon Master's Guide.
Herein you will find: Monster Manual 1e All your favorite monsters are back! An encyclopedic collection of information certain to be of invaluable use to players and Dungeon Masters alike, the Monster Manual comes complete with game specifications, background details and, in many cases, an illustration in addition! Note about Polyhedron Newszine V7 7 Issue 38 Included in this issue: Hugo the Hapless has lost his way in the dreaded corridors of Demoncoomb Mountain. It 's up to his magical items to help him find the way out.
Cramming for finals ala Leomund, Bigby, and Mordenkainen. Making the Grade - by Jeff Albanese. Polyhedron Newszine V7 6 Issue 37 Included in this issue: Film Noir - by Mark Acres.
What agent of the Uknown lurks in the decaying streets of Cornwell, Illinois? It 's up to you to find out, and defeat it. Art by Ray Van Tilburg. Clerical Errors - by Eric Szulczewski. A few tips on how to get the most from your cleric. Multi-class Characters: The Next Generation - by Vince Garcia. An alternate method for handling hit points, Polyhedron Newszine V7 3 Issue 36 Included in this issue: Pilgrim's Pool - by Robert J. Blake, Anita B. Frank, and Rex A. It won't be long now before the gates of The Living City are within sight.
But there is still a section of road that must be Polyhedron Newszine V8 1 Issue 39 Included in this issue: But his star witness has been kidnapped.
Can you rescue him and get him to the trial on time? Oriental Adventures 1e Dungeon Masters and players: In the lands of Oriental Adventures, characters are not judged solely on their prowess with sword and spell. Oriental characters' social skills and personal honor are just as important as S1 Tomb of Horrors 1e In the far reaches of the world, under a lost and lonely hill, lies the sinister Tomb of Horrors.
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Included herein Each creature is describes and most are illustrated for easy identification. Product History I6 Ravenloft 1e Under raging stormclouds, a lone figure stands silhouetted against the ancient walls of castle Ravenloft. Strahd turns to the sky, revealing the angular muscles of his This manual contains all the new members, from Abishai to Zygom, including new creatures like the Deadly Pudding, Devas, and Valley Elves. And you'll also have the advantage of the A world where bandit kings raid from their remote stronghold; A world where noble elves fight savage invaders and where bold knights wage war on the terror of Iuz; A world scarred by a vast Sea of Dust, across which drift lost memories from the awful forgotten past.
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Six player characters must destroy the source of his power and defeat him before he can complete his evil plans. The Plebe Zone - by Steve Thearle. The Big Con Polyhedron Newszine V6 3 Issue 30 Included in this issue: Ravager - by Jeff Grubb.
A bandit leader known only as "The Ravager" is reported to be immortal. Six player characters must find the secret of his power before his armies bring destruction to the desert kingdoms.
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This material was originally published as three separate Polyhedron Newszine V6 5 Issue 32 Included in this issue: Butter Up - by Japji Singh Khalsa. Tournament Coordination: Tomb of Horrors, S2: White Plume Mountain, S3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks, and S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth -- complete with original black-and-white interior art.
Tomb of Horrors: In the far reaches of the world, under a lost and The village of Orlane is dying. Once a small and thriving community, Orlane has become a maze of locked doors and frightened faces.
Strangers are shunned, trade has withered. Rumors flourish, growing wilder with each retelling. Terrified peasants flee their homes, abandoning their farms with no explanation. Others simply disappear. No one seems to know the cause Polyhedron Newszine V5 5 Issue 26 Included in this issue: At last, we present the conclusion of this epic adventure.
Squeaky Wheels - by Frank Mentzer. Polyhedron Newszine V5 6 Issue 27 Included in this issue: Play one of six super-powered women out to avenge their honor. Characters are included. Dominion Spells - by Jon Pickens. This issue's installment of the "Unofficial Spells" series offers a whole new category of magic-user Polyhedron Newszine V6 1 Issue 28 Included in this issue: This search for the party magic-user's missing spell books set the standard for wilderness adventures.
Adventure in the Clouds - by Jeff Martin He has a ready, distinctive laugh, a slow, southern drawl, a n d h e s e e m s to thrive o n popcorn a n d yogurt. The women in his paintings a r e t h e dreams of many men a n d cause depression a m o n g us women. We know that t h o s e women really exist somewhere because h e works from photographs of his models.
I havent been able to s h a k e t h e image of Jeff Easley as a Middle-Eastern sultan since Clyde painted him into t h e cover of t h e novel, Red Sands. Or t h e image of Jeff with a bloody a x e wedged in his forehead-part o f his homemade Halloween costume of a couple of years ago. I said something pithy like, It looks as if you really got into this piece a n d had fun creating t h e s e weird creatures. Did you enjoy painting it? Jeff looked at t h e photocopy of t h e painting, glanced a w a y thoughtfully, stroked his thick, red beard once, a n d said in a deep, mock-serious voice, Yes, I did.
I like to time my noon meal in t h e cafeteria to coincide with his, mainly to see what incredibly weird concoction h e c o m e s u p with from t h e nearby grocery store. Whatever it is, from sardines to chicken, its bound to be covered with liberal dashes of t h e hot sauce h e keeps near his drawing table.
Theres a genuine warmth a b o u t Larry that radiates to his co-workers a n d his fans; h e gives you t h e impression that h e doesnt t a k e himself o r his accomplishments too seriously, though h e is very serious a b o u t his art. Hes filled with funny stories, but my favorite is t h e o n e a b o u t his beloved hot rod burning u p just three feet beyond t h e jurisdiction of t h e local fire department. And dont let him tell you that that curly dark-haired woman in many of his paintings isnt his wife.
He vehemently denies it, as does she, but t h e rest of us know better. The person y impr w h o introduced u s n o t too long ago said, This is Fred Fields, o u r new artist. Doesnt h e have t h e blackest hair youve e v e r seen?
So n o w every time I see him my e y e s settle o n his hair a n d I unconsciously think, Yeah, it is really black. The other event c a m e u p just yesterday, when Fred told m e that h e had been wanting to include a self-portrait in o n e of his pieces a n d hed managed it in t h e piece entitled Art Warriors.
I secretly thought Fred was far nicer looking, not so severe a n d brutish, a n d t h a t t h e g u y in t h e painting looked m o r e like Lyle Alzado. But Fred entered t h e Unflappable Illustrators Hall of Fame during a meeting when we w e r e discussing t h e subject of his first b o o k cover for TSR. The art director a n d I, t h e two fastest talkers in t h e world, had discussed t h e look we had in mind for t h e c o v e r a n d were both excited by this shared vision.
Speech speed set at 78, we slammed into Fred with o u r enthusiasm, knocked him to t h e floor with endless detail, a n d then jumped o n his lifeless form by announcing a n impossible deadline. While we caught o u r breath a n d waited for t h e protestations, Fred calmly lifted his eyebrows a n d said, I c a n do that, yes.
Stunned, I retreated to my office, whereupon Fred arrived n o t two hours later with a sketch that proved h e had heard every w o r d wed said.