|Basic D&D - "Holmes Bluebook" edition|
|AD&D Players Handbook (otherwise known as 1e)|
This was what most folks my age are the most familiar with. We all bought these three hardcover books back int he late 1970's, and this is what it all progressed from. I never owned Chainmail, or any of the OD&D "wood grain" or "white box" original printings, just these. In 1981 I bought the new boxed version of Basic and Expert D&D.
|B/X D&D Moldvay Edition|
I think my game system (of which I'm in the middle of developing THREE different games ...) is fast turning into a Setting, rather than a Rules System. There are so many of the great OSR systems out there right now, based on the above games that I think adding another one would just be silly. I think I'll concentrate on the Leprosia Setting and its unique "quirks and flavors".
Okay . more pics of my collection?
|Stormbringer (Chaosium Games, 1982)|
|TSR's Star Frontiers|
|TSR's Knights of Camelot|
|Star Trek, the RPG|
|The Fantasy Trip (Steve Jackson Games)|
|Dragon Magazine - March 1981|