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Yes, those are the geomorphs. Thank you for identifying them. The Curse on Hareth was hiding another item, The Cards of Power, another collection of loose pages from The Companions. My wife is working out another cancer fund raiser from these, although I'm insisting on keeping the Spartan magazine with the D&D variant. There should be an announcement on this later today or tomorrow, for those interested in them.

A lot of the old dungeon maps and stuff will be recycled into my current campaign. I guess I don't have the collector gene as this material interests me far more than the old adventure modules. Looking at these old dungeons and character sheets brings back a lot of memories of when I was younger and had a lot more time to draw up and populate huge dungeons, villages, and the like.

The greatest find for me is probably my magically enlarged version of the Park of Obscene Statues for the City-State of the Invincible Overlord with a couple of manors and dungeons hidden in it.



You found quite a haul there: Dwarven Glory, the other DDK (unless you meant DG was the DDK??), and Dragonlord are all Wee Warriors items like PotVQ, and are worth good $$$ if complete. Fez1 VotT is also decent, though not in the same league ($$ so to speak). The Curse on Hareth is from The Companions, and the Warlock variant from Spartan International is also fun (both $).

If the non-TSR geomorphs look like these, then they're from Fantasy Arts Enterprises and were published by Erol Otus in 1979 (which seems possible, given the dates of the other books you found). If that's not right, please do post a pic, as I like geos a lot 😀

A nice find, in addition to your own personal stuff—which is always "worth" more in the end when it's relocated 😀 (something I've done more times than I care to admit…).