A game designer & illustrator tries to return his sense of wonder to its original packaging.
I. Love. This.
What he said. ^
Hmmmm.... there's lots of public-domain 1930s art from old Ripping Yarns magazines around these days, and ready-made OSR rulesets to scatter them about in. Not that I'm saying this thing MUST be made, but I am saying it SHOULD be made.
I love BurroughsI love Doc SmithI see new covers for my AD&D and Traveller books
My grandpa used to play this when he was a kid. He's got a near mint box in the basement--it's only missing the giant terrier mini. ;-)
I always preferred the race car or the top hat.
Love it. The dinosaur/dragon is perfect.
Is there any chance that there was a public domain work from that era that was called "Dungeons and Dragons" so this can be made commercially? I'd dig a tin with this on it for my game stuff.
Sweet! Do the whole game!!
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