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Re: (TFT) A little moralistic digression...
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>Now there was a campaign!!! I've bought every Blackmoor thing I could lay
hands on; the original D&D supplement, Dave Arneson's First Fantasy
by Judges Guild and the reworked Expert D&D modules based on that material
(the DA series I believe). Those are the only modules I didn't sell (other
than Expedition to the Barrier Peaks). Blackmoor is a huge inspiration to
me. I think that was as close to "true originality" (whatever that is) the
genre ever got. The image of the Egg figures very strongly in my campaign
background; there are a multiplicity of eggs, both symbolic and otherwise,
woven in. Of course this leads me to the one obvious question, never
answered in any of the Blackmoor material I ever had access to, what in
was The Egg of Coot actually or rather what was it supposed to be
If you or anyone else actually knows I am totally dying to find out. I
thought that perhaps it was the sentient core of some abandoned AI
but I never really knew. Can anyone help??
Sorry to stray so far off the TFT subject,
Not at all, I think TFT is kind of the embodiment of that kind of
orignality and fun. It seems very appropriate to a geezer list like this
Another campaign you might like was from the Dungeoneer's Compendium issues
1-6. Each of the magazines had an adventure that the compendium wove
together to a truly unique campaign.
I dont know what the Egg of Coot is, but I'll bet I know someone that
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