Worf’s Othello should be rewarded

War for the Overworld by Brightrock Games

I was given a key for this game so I could check it out.

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Dwellers of the Forbidden City

Dungeon Module I1, Dwellers of the Forbidden City by David Cook, an adventure for character levels 4-7, for Advanced D&D Games, from TSR Hobbies, circa 1981 “Somewhere in the heart of the steaming jungle lies the answer to the whispered tales—rumors of a magnificent city and foul, horrid ritual!”

The Temple of the Frog

Dungeons & Dragons Expert Game Adventure, The Temple of the Frog by Dave L Arneson and David J Ritchie, Module DA2, A Blackmoor Adventure For Character Levels 10-14, from TSR, circa 1986 #tabletop #roleplaying #game #rpg #dnd #tsr #blackmoor #dungeon #adventure #frog #oldschool

Descent Into the Depths of the Earth

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, Dungeon Module D1, Descent Into the Depths of the Earth by Gary Gygax,from TSR Games, circa 1978 “First of 3 Modules” “Official D & D Tournament Module used at GenCon XI”

The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan

Dungeon Module C1, The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan by Harold Johnson and Jeff R Lesson, an adventure for character levels 5-7, for Advanced D & D Game, circa 1981 “the COMPETITION SERIES” “Deluxe set over 15 illustrations” includes a separate booklet of illos and a trifold cover