You started in Basic and as your character grew, you advanced to Expert. And the game grew too, epanding into Companion and Masters rules. And your character grew right along with the game, gaining levels, equipment, magical items, and land. In fact, your character grew right out of the D&D Character Sheet you have been using for so long. Now your character sheet can keep up to date with the... [click here for more]
This accessory included three double-sided 21 x 30 tactical battle maps - a total of six beautifully rendered encounter locations, now available in PDF form. Each one suitable for any D & D game Each map is laid out on a one-inch-scale square grid. allowing it to be used with D & D miniatures andor card stock tokens.Two of the mapped locations are new. depicting a ruined keep and a besieged... [click here for more]
Inside you'll discover a "King's Ransom" in Castles and Accessories!
EXPLORE THREE SPECTACULAR CASTLES...
"Darkhold" in the Forgotten Realms setting: Towering stronghold of the nefarious Black Network
"Drungar" in the Dragonlance setting: Bastion of defense against Thenol's undead armies.
"Hart" in Greyhawk setting: A paladin's shining, star shaped fortress.
See each castle brought to life... [click here for more]
Fane of the Drow features two double-sided poster maps designed for roleplaying and miniatures skirmish play. An accompanying 16-page adventure can be dropped into any campaign. Enemies consist of creatures from various D&D miniatures.
Miniatures skirmish scenarios are included for additional play options, written to allow Dungeon Masters to seamlessly integrate D&D Miniatures into the adventure.... [click here for more]
The Wizard's Screen speeds up game play by taking the most frequently used character specific information form the AD&D game Player's Handbook and Complete Wizard's Handbook and making it instantly accessible. Now the details players need on the spot to play any of the wizard classes? including mages, specialist wizards, wild mages, or elementalists?:can be right at their fingertips. The screen... [click here for more]