Alex Kammer氏によるTSR D&D photo tour

適宜更新。(90sの2Eは言わずもがな)80年代半ば辺りになると物凄い分量になると思うけどどこまでやるのかしらね? (@GHC_and_Tacos)
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Alex Kammer @GHC_and_Tacos
I am thinking about giving a photo tour of every major D&D collectible here on Twitter. Is that something that people want to see? #dnd
Alex Kammer @GHC_and_Tacos
D&D was rooted in wargaming. That is a big part of the reason why the early published adventures were light in narrative.
Alex Kammer @GHC_and_Tacos
So, we could start with an image of a chess board, but to move things forward, a picture of the 1st printing of Chainmail released in 1971. pic.twitter.com/hjGT3Sda3C
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Chainmail, while not an original rule set, is the best known transition product from war gaming to RPG's. 3rd edition copy - July of 1975. pic.twitter.com/Zbu8x8dGPZ
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Onto the beginnings of D&D. This is a first printing of the original brown box D&D rules set. Contains three rule books. Published in 1974. pic.twitter.com/8u2wQ5pWRa
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Yesterday I showed you guys a 1st print woodie. This is a lovely second printing released in 1975. Fun references to Hobbits and Ents! pic.twitter.com/mOn7ELad5w
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Today's offering is a third print D&D woodie from April of 1975. It is especially rare as it was shipped without the cover art sticker. pic.twitter.com/RTTdPIo9OE
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What can brown do for you? OD&D Brown Box printings: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and an usual 3rd that came w/o a box front sticker. #DnD pic.twitter.com/mc2mQUAZvq
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We will go back to OD&D, but today's offering is the Holmes Basic Set from 1978. As we go forward, we will see the 3 versions of this set. pic.twitter.com/FmzEhm4m7e
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I was entering some new things into the collection today and as I was going through the new entries, I realized that some of you may have never seen a set of the original dice that came with the first print set in their original package. So, here you go! pic.twitter.com/jRYgRHv8Qm
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Staying with rule sets, today's post is the revised basic set by Tom Moldvay released in 1981. This was my first D&D product. #DnD pic.twitter.com/tYagiVzXrR
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Before we pop back to OD&D and to follow on yesterday's post, here is the first Expert box set. This gem was released in 1981. #DnD pic.twitter.com/dOcuaBOh0t
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After the brief detour into basic D&D, let's now get back to OD&D. After 3 printings, TSR went away from the wood grain and to the white box
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Counting the 3 woodies, there were 7 total OD&D set printings. This one is a 5th printing and was released in 1975. pic.twitter.com/WiCUjuRH1q
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One more white box - because of original shrink, there is no way to tell if it is a 6th or 7th printing. This was released in 1977 or 78. pic.twitter.com/dcpcXygNXi
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This is a very nice copy of The Character Archaic, 1st printing - the first set of D&D character sheets published in 1975. #DnD pic.twitter.com/0hRMsRzxYX
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Have you guys ever seen one of these? It is a Character Archaic produced by Wee Warriors in 1975-1976. These were the first ever commercially produced character sheets. pic.twitter.com/dbuixqhpd4
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Before we leave OD&D, one of the last supplements to the original box set, a first print Swords & Spells, released in 1976. pic.twitter.com/U3mzus0f8Q
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Onto my favorite subject, modules! This is a first print of the first ever module for D&D - Palace of the Vampire Queen. Wee Warriors 1976. pic.twitter.com/2WTZjtQqon
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I am sorry to interrupt your normal programming, but I thought I would share this. These are TSR's original maps of the Forgotten Realms hand drawn by @TheEdVerse and sent to TSR (55 pages worth). TSR then used these maps to create all the FR goodness that we all love so much. pic.twitter.com/pW33FDwNQW
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Dropped off the original Forgotten Realms with an archavist today. These are the original maps from @TheEdVerse to TSR that launched the setting from Ed’s home campaign to all of us! pic.twitter.com/clNzy9Bayo
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Fooling around with my fish eye. :) pic.twitter.com/axy5VYOe6Y
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That is enough for today. I am going to head to The Gamehole! pic.twitter.com/BQQww3zG7N
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In 1987 TSR released the Gazetteers describing "the D&D Game World." They and the later following Mystara setting were based on L Schick's and T Moldvay's "Known World" that they created in college. Here is their original map from college now proudly hanging in The Gamehole. pic.twitter.com/u9zOGlerE4
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yoko5000 @yk5 2018年5月12日
まとめを更新しました。
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