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oldschoolfrp: “ The sheet phantom, because you’ve already gone through the thesaurus and created different stats for every known synonym of “ghost”. (Alan Hunter, from AD&D Fiend Folio, TSR, 1981.) ” Spoopy

oldschoolfrp: “ The sheet phantom, because you’ve already gone through the thesaurus and created different stats for every known synonym of “ghost”. (Alan Hunter, from AD&D Fiend Folio, TSR, 1981.) ” Spoopy

Please, oh please, oh please, God, let me make the resurrection survival roll.  (David Sutherland, I believe, from the AD&D Players Handbook, TSR, 1978.)

Please, oh please, oh please, God, let me make the resurrection survival roll. (David Sutherland, I believe, from the AD&D Players Handbook, TSR, 1978.)

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an experienced adventuring party in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide (TSR, 1979).

From their first foray into the dungeon and a tense battle with kobolds to confidently dispatching stone giants outside a devil’s treasure chamber, David Sutherland tracked the career of an experienced adventuring party in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide (TSR, 1979).

Food left at the fire ring next to the tents, saddles on a low rock, shields out of reach – what possibly could go wrong? (Looks like Jim Holloway’s, AD&D Wilderness Survival Guide, TSR, 1986.)

Food left at the fire ring next to the tents, saddles on a low rock, shields out of reach – what possibly could go wrong? (Looks like Jim Holloway’s, AD&D Wilderness Survival Guide, TSR, 1986.)

Giant frog by Dave Trampier, from the AD&D Players Handbook, TSR, 1978.

Giant frog by Dave Trampier, from the AD&D Players Handbook, TSR, 1978.

Giants of Gladsheim (Stephen Fabian, AD&D Manual of the Planes, TSR, 1987)

Giants of Gladsheim (Stephen Fabian, AD&D Manual of the Planes, TSR, 1987)

oldschoolfrp:  Kobolds are small and weak individually, but their tribes often number in the hundreds.  (David Sutherland from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.)

oldschoolfrp: Kobolds are small and weak individually, but their tribes often number in the hundreds. (David Sutherland from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.)