First Fantasy Campaign, The 3rd Printing (Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Modules (D - F) (Judges Guild))

Dave Arneson

Published by Judges Guild, 1999
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Judges Guild Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Modules (D - F) (Judges Guild) First Fantasy Campaign, The (3rd Printing) (VG) Manufacturer: Judges Guild Product Line: Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Modules (D - F) (Judges Guild) Type: Module Code: JUD0037-3RD Copyright Date: 1980 Author: Dave Arneson Page Count: 64 Please review the condition and any condition notes for the exact condition of this item. All pictures are stock photos. The condition of the item you will receive is VG. Our grading system is explained in the terms of sale section of our bookseller page. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Product Description: By Dave Arneson, co-author of Dungeons & Dragons. Two 17"x22" maps (one for players, one for the Judge) showing wilderness around the famous Blackmoor Castle, and a giant 64-page booklet detailing the assorted baronies, citadels, leaders histories and development of the original fantasy role-playing campaign, and the entire Blackmoor Dungeon as judged by Arneson. The maps are printed on high-quality brown pebble-grain stock, designed to last a long time. Herein are many new guidelines on lair generation, character interests and vocations (hunting, farming, fishing, trapping, etc.), the resources and manpower of the various feudal holdings and nomadic hordes of this landmark in wargaming, and much more. Carefully mapped are the twelve levels of Blackmoor Dungeon beneath the five levels of Blackmoor Castle, the village of Blackmoor, the home of Mello the Halfling, and the tower of Svenson's Freehold. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: First Fantasy Campaign, The 3rd Printing (...
Publisher: Judges Guild
Publication Date: 1999
Binding: Module
Book Condition: Good

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Book Description Judges Guild, 1999. Module. Book Condition: Fine. Judges Guild Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Modules (D - F) (Judges Guild) First Fantasy Campaign, The (3rd Printing) (EX) Manufacturer: Judges Guild Product Line: Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Modules (D - F) (Judges Guild) Type: Module Code: JUD0037-3RD Copyright Date: 1980 Author: Dave Arneson Page Count: 64 Please review the condition and any condition notes for the exact condition of this item. All pictures are stock photos. The condition of the item you will receive is EX. Our grading system is explained in the terms of sale section of our bookseller page. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Product Description: By Dave Arneson, co-author of Dungeons & Dragons. Two 17"x22" maps (one for players, one for the Judge) showing wilderness around the famous Blackmoor Castle, and a giant 64-page booklet detailing the assorted baronies, citadels, leaders histories and development of the original fantasy role-playing campaign, and the entire Blackmoor Dungeon as judged by Arneson. The maps are printed on high-quality brown pebble-grain stock, designed to last a long time. Herein are many new guidelines on lair generation, character interests and vocations (hunting, farming, fishing, trapping, etc.), the resources and manpower of the various feudal holdings and nomadic hordes of this landmark in wargaming, and much more. Carefully mapped are the twelve levels of Blackmoor Dungeon beneath the five levels of Blackmoor Castle, the village of Blackmoor, the home of Mello the Halfling, and the tower of Svenson's Freehold. Bookseller Inventory # 2148456194

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