There are some cool insights in that booklet to the development of OD&D and AD&D. I can't imagine paying hundreds of dollars for a copy, though!
Wow! We should all chip in and then scan the bejeesus out of it. Post it online as a PDF and make our money back. /did I say "we"?
Wow. If the $630 dollar price tag isn't bad enough, the want twenty plus dollars to ship the blasted thing to you!
I know I've seen it for far less on eBay before. But yeah, a pdf would be most welcome.
They're generally selling in the $350-$500 range the past several that have come up. A year to 18 months ago they were selling for $120-$200. Allan.
I'd hate to mention how much I got my copy for a few years ago...($10 )The guy really didn't know what it was, I'm sure.
if you really like ERBcheck out free rpg @ ergodika.comthe site closes at the end of 2008
Luckly that you not wished these, James: http://tinyurl.com/6zf97m:D
Broken link above - grrr... These:http://cgi.ebay.com/Lot-of-Four-Very-Rare-Dungeons-Dragons-modules_W0QQitemZ290269325815QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item290269325815&_trkparms=72%3A570|39%3A1|66%3A4|65%3A12|240%3A1318&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14
(casually) Hey, Steve Z! I don't suppose you've ever scanned that bad boy, have you?
I second dubeers' comment! Also, jarl, someone should make up an adventure on the scans from that ebay page. It's like some sort of DM challenge:"Here are two monsters and some flavor text from different modules--make it work!"
Wow, $600+...someone needs to put the crackpipe DOWN. I would have balked but inderstood a hundred, maybe two. Screamed about $300. This is just raping it for all it's worth.Jeebus.
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