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Fighting zombies in the flooded torture room. (Clyde Caldwell, AD&D module Ravenloft, TSR,

He followed us home. Can we keep him? (Jim Holloway from D&D module B5: Horror on the Hill by Douglas Niles, TSR, 1983.) Rules for subduing dragons with non-lethal attacks meant a captive dragon could be the most valuable treasure.

Mysterious robed dungeon-dwelling person/thing presents: The original golden age of fantasy role.

Warrior by Jeff Easley, from the D&D Dungeon Masters Companion: Book Two, written by Frank Mentzer, TSR, 1984

Warrior by Jeff Easley, from the D&D Dungeon Masters Companion: Book Two, written by Frank Mentzer, TSR, 1984

More denizens of The Isle of Dread: Phanaton are a halfling-size race resembling racoons or monkeys, with prehensile tails and wing-like gliding membranes between their arms and legs. They live in tree-top villages on wooden platforms connected by rope bridges, and are friendly to other Lawful forest dwellers.  (Bill Willingham from early printings of D&D module X1, TSR, 1981.)

postapocalypticflimflam: “oldschoolfrp: “More denizens of The Isle of Dread: Phanaton are a halfling-size race resembling racoons or monkeys, with prehensile tails and wing-like gliding membranes.

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