Back in September, I did an Open Friday post about "Imagining D&D." This time I'd like to do something similar but with other RPGs. What are the images that, to you, will always sum up how you envision certain roleplaying games?
To start us off, I'll give you two examples from my own mind:
Luise Perrine's illustration of a classically-inspired warrior woman in battle with some Chaos-tainted monster is what I immediately think of when I hear the name "RuneQuest." It's not only an evocative piece in its own right, but it helped strongly differentiate RQ from Dungeons & Dragons and other fantasy RPGs, which is no mean feat.
Gene Day's cover to the first edition of Call of Cthulhu is my mind's eye encapsulation of the game. This piece is a powerfully accurate summation of the RPG's frankly Derlethian approach to the Mythos rather than much of the artwork created in its wake.
What are your iconic images for RPGs?