The Tiger Cloak of Chakyik, fashioned from the complete hide of an adult tiger, causes the wearer to enter a berserk rage in melee with a +3 strength bonus. (Jeff Easley from AD&D Greyhawk Adventures, TSR, 1988.)

The Tiger Cloak of Chakyik, fashioned from the complete hide of an adult tiger, causes the wearer to enter a berserk rage in melee with a strength bonus. (Jeff Easley from AD&D Greyhawk Adventures, TSR,

One of those days, stuck on a ledge between hobgoblins, trolls, and whatever that is swooping down from the sky (Jeff Easley, AD&D Greyhawk Adventures, TSR, 1988)

One of those days, stuck on a ledge between hobgoblins, trolls, and whatever that is swooping down from the sky (Jeff Easley, AD&D Greyhawk Adventures, TSR, 1988)

Jim Holloway’s hobgoblins are different from most D&D hobgoblins, but I like them. Note the relatively rare appearance of Holloway’s name in his illustration. (From D&D module B5: Horror on the Hill, TSR, 1983.)

Jim Holloway’s hobgoblins are different from most D&D hobgoblins, but I like them. Note the relatively rare appearance of Holloway’s name in his illustration. (From D&D module Horror on the Hill, TSR,

Giant Otters Tore My Flesh! (Dave de Leuw from AD&D module UK1: Beyond the Crystal Cave, TSR, 1983.)

Giant Otters Tore My Flesh! (Dave de Leuw from AD&D module UK1: Beyond the Crystal Cave, TSR, 1983.)

Dave Trampier’s cloud giant from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977, inspired in part by an H J Ford illustration in Andrew Lang’s 1892 The Green Fairy Book. (HT Telecanter’s Receding Rules which made...

oldschoolfrp: “Dave Trampier’s cloud giant from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, inspired in part by an H J Ford illustration in Andrew Lang’s 1892 The Green Fairy Book. (HT Telecanter’s Receding.

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

Frost Giant by Dave Trampier, AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.

oldschoolfrp:Frost Giant by Dave Trampier, AD&D Monster Manual, TSR,

Scorpion-man brings down the house.  (Jeff Easley, from ad for Gen Con 18, Dragon magazine No. 100, August 1985; illustration originally appeared in D&D module X4 Master of the Desert Nomads, TSR, 1983.)

Scorpion-man brings down the house. (Jeff Easley, from ad for Gen Con Dragon magazine No. August illustration originally appeared in D module Master of the Desert Nomads, TSR,

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Encounter in the badlands. (Larry Elmore, The Art of the AD&D Fantasy Game, TSR,

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