D&D Premium Original Fantasy RPG (white Box) (Dungeons & Dragons Guide)
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A premium, deluxe edition of the Original D&D® "White Box"!
It's the original Dungeons & Dragons game, packed with more content than ever before.
The original Dungeons & Dragons boxed set was published by TSR, Inc. in 1974 and was the very first roleplaying game, introducing concepts that have persisted throughout later editions. It included three small rules booklets in a white box.
This deluxe, premium reprint of the original "White Box" features new packaging and includes the following seven booklets:
Volume 1: Men & Magic
Volume 2: Monsters & Treasure
Volume 3: Underworld & Wilderness Adventures
Supplement I: Greyhawk
Supplement II: Blackmoor
Supplement III: Eldritch Wizardry
Supplement IV: Gods, Demi-Gods & Heroes
Each booklet features new cover art, while the interior retains nostalgic original art. Booklets are packaged in an engraved illustrated wooden storage case.
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I would not recommend this version to somebody who wants to get into D&D nowadays, at least for play, but for those of us who have been playing since the first D&D books came out, this is a great trip down nostalgia lane.
And speaking of that, many of the old crew from TSR from the late 70s to early 80's arrive on the first Thursday of June for North Texas RPG Convention. You want to play some real Dungeons & Dragons with some of the original module designers, you'd better be there (it's the 6th year for the convention, where have you been ?)
It did need an old copy of "Chainmail" to truly be complete
David Wayne Chase