Blackmores is Australia’s most trusted brand for vitamin, mineral & nutritional supplements. Expert advice, free recipes. Set up a repeat delivery and save!. OD&D Supplement II: Blackmoor (0e) – Caution! This is the second supplement to the highly addictive game Dungeons & Dragons. Handle it at. Blackmoor, the second supplement to the original D&D rules, is known for its introduction of rules for underwater adventures and hit location, and the addition of.
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Blackmoor (Supplement II), softback supplement for Original D&D, 1st printing
The more I get involved with writing for older edition the more I think that the supplement should have been more about how referees run their games rather than authoritative additions to the core game. They wouldn’t blackmood campaign supplment like we know it today but more collections of rules used in actual play.
I try my best: The participants on the Dragonsfoot thread really did the ground work on this one though. In the case of Supplement I: Greyhawk and Supplement II: Blackmoor, the information within the booklets have very little to do with the titles. The inclusion of Temple of the Blacjmoor in Supplement II is the strongest connection to the setting, but everything else is more random additions to the game.
El Raja Key are Rob Kuntz additions? His mansucript for the unpublished “Supplement V” was sold at auction a few years ago, and some of it is also available from Noble Knight http: Excellent input on both counts Allan! I would have loved to see what kind of ideas mr Supp,ement had for Supplement V.
In general it would have been interesting to know more about the campaigns of all of these influential gamers at that time. Hay Havard, thanks for quoting me.
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I wrote that a bit hastilly so it could stand a bit of polish, but sometimes short is sweet. My opinion is that the material that went into the First Fantasy Campaign is a mix from all over the place, sjpplement that I have no doubt that some of it was some of the material that Arneson submitted for Supplement II, but sorting out what is probably not possible. In particular I’m struck with the similarities in the swords section of FFC and the swords section of Monsters and Treasure and some of the comments on Dragons in each.
Man I wish I knew more about this stuff a year-and-a-half ago when I met him. I woulda’ asked him! Thanks for stopping suppllement to comment on this!
You confirm most of my suspicions. That’s an interesting point about swors and dragons though Yeah, the more we learn about Blackmoor, new questions keep popping up. I too wish we had had more chances to go directly to the source Timeshadows December 19, at 8: Rob Conley December 19, at supplment December 20, at 4: December 21, at 1: DHBoggs December 29, at 8: Jay December 29, at 9: December 30, at 9: Newer Post Older Post Home.