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The purple worm uses its tail stinger only for rear defense or if fighting in a very spacious area. If you must fight one, avoid large open caverns. (David Sutherland from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR,

Ah! the classic Owl Bear.

the classic Owl Bear.

Exploring the Underdark. (Doug Chaffee, from the AD&D Dungeoneer’s Survival Guide, TSR, 1986.)

Mysterious robed dungeon-dwelling person/thing presents: The original golden age of fantasy role.

Cave fisher reeling in its catch (Erol Otus from AD&D module A4: In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords, TSR, 1981.)

oldschoolfrp: “Cave fisher reeling in its catch (Erol Otus from AD&D module In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords, TSR, ”

The achaierai. That guy on the left is giving the speech of his lifetime, something something Crispin’s Day, urging the others forward to be murdered by a giant kiwi bird. (Russ Nicholson, I presume, AD&D Fiend Folio, TSR, 1981)

The achaierai. That guy on the left is giving the speech of his lifetime, something something Crispin’s Day, urging the others forward to be murdered by a giant kiwi bird. (Russ Nicholson, I presume,.

FeministBees: Writing Racism into Our Fantasies: Orcs from Tolki...

FeministBees: Writing Racism into Our Fantasies: Orcs from Tolki.

Russ Nicholson

The Gallery: Russ Nicholson

The party battles two Yochlol, the amorphous handmaidens of Lolth who can assume many forms. (From AD&D module Q1 Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR, 1980.)

The party battles two Yochlol, the amorphous handmaidens of Lolth who can assume many forms. (From AD&D module Queen of the Demonweb Pits, TSR,

The sea lion was known to medieval illustrators, who often depicted this pose in heraldry. (David Sutherland, AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977)

The sea lion was known to medieval illustrators, who often depicted this pose in heraldry. (David Sutherland, AD&D Monster Manual, TSR,

by Erol Otus

Alchemist by Erol Otus, from the Cook/Marsh Expert D&D rules, TSR,

D&D Dungeon Master by Erol Otus

Hughes If you’re like me, and you played Dungeons & Dragons in the and then you likely encountered someone who told you you were going to Hell. Maybe your born again aunt slipped you the infamous Jack Chick pamphlet, Dark Dungeons.

When it comes to horror in D&D the rot grub might be the most horrifying creature in the original AD&D Monster Manual even though it has only 1 hp, causes no hp damage, and the illustration looks like a fishing lure. [[MORE]] Their effect is simple,...

When it comes to horror in D&D the rot grub might be the most horrifying creature in the original AD&D Monster Manual even though it has only 1 hp, causes no hp damage, and the illustration looks like a fishing lure.

The purple worm is best avoided instead of poking it with a sword. It’s bigger than a mature red dragon and less likely to make you rich. (Diesel, AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

The purple worm is best avoided instead of poking it with a sword. It’s bigger than a mature red dragon and less likely to make you rich. (Diesel, AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR,

Classic matchup:  Blink Dogs vs Displacer Beast.  (AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

Classic matchup: Blink Dogs vs Displacer Beast. (AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, TSR, 1979.)

oldschoolfrp: “Vainamoinen, greatest hero of the Kalevala, and his sledge drawn by a magical horse who pulls enormous loads across any surface. (Jim Roslof from the Finnish Mythos in AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, 1980.) ”

oldschoolfrp: “Vainamoinen, greatest hero of the Kalevala, and his sledge drawn by a magical horse who pulls enormous loads across any surface. (Jim Roslof from the Finnish Mythos in AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, ”

Poseidon and entourage (AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR, 1980)

Poseidon and entourage (AD&D Deities & Demigods, TSR,

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