Dungeons

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List Of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Monsters
... Dungeons Dragons 4th edition (see editions of Dungeons Dragons) was released in 2008 ... The first book containing monsters to be published was the Heroic Tier adventure Keep on the Shadowfell, followed closely with the release of the first set of "core" rulebooks ...
List Of Dungeons & Dragons Monsters (1977–1999) - 1977 Edition - TSR 1001 - Dungeons & Dragons - Basic Rulebook (1977)
... The Dungeons Dragons Basic Set was printed in 1977, as the initial book for the basic Dungeons Dragons game, and was based upon the original work published in 1974 and three ... Much like the first edition Advanced Dungeons Dragons Monster Manual, also printed in 1977, this book collected many of the monsters from the previous D D supplements, and included the stat lines on the same page as ... Creature Page Other Appearances Variants Notes Bandit 22 Basilisk 22 Dungeons Dragons "white box" Berserker 23 Black pudding 23 Dungeons Dragons "white box" Blink dogs 23 Dungeons Dragons Supplement I Greyhawk ...
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Gamebooks
... Advanced Dungeons Dragons Adventure Gamebook is a series of 18 gamebooks published from 1985 to 1988 ... the series' title changed to Advanced Dungeons Dragons Super Endless Quest Adventure Gamebook and it finally became Advanced Dungeons Dragons Adventure Gamebook from the ...
List Of Fictional Dhampirs - Video / Board / Card Games
... Heroes Of Newerth) Donovan Baine (Darkstalkers) Dhampir (Dungeons Dragons) Dhampir (Vampire The Masquerade) Drega Zul (Disciples 2) Half-Vampire (Dungeons Dragons) Katane (Dungeon ...
List Of Dungeons & Dragons 3.0 Edition Monsters
... Dungeons Dragons version 3.0 (see editions of Dungeons Dragons) was released in 2000 ... The first book containing monsters to be published was the Monster Manual, released along with the other two "core" rulebooks ...

Famous quotes containing the word dungeons:

    In dark places and dungeons the preacher’s words might perhaps strike root and grow, but not in broad daylight in any part of the world that I know.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)