Book of Treasure Maps for Original D&D

Book of Treasure Maps for Original Dungeons and Dragons

Publisher: Judges Guild
Item Code: #113
Title: Book of Treasure Maps
Author: Paul Jaquays
Published: 1979
Format: 48 page book

Description: A 48-page package of five small, versatile dungeon scenarios, or “mini-dungeons”. Each one is a complete adventure, ideal for the Judge to pull out and use when there is not enough time to prepare one for the players. All are set in the Judges Guild City State campaign wilderness system, though they may be played seperately. They include separate maps for players and Judge, full backgrounds and accompanying rumors, all thoroughly illustrated in the Jaquays tradition. The Lost Temple, The Tomb of Aethering the Damned, The Lone Tower, Willchidar’s Well, and the Crypts of Arcadia awaits the stalwart players. This product has been created and officially approved for use with D&D.

Comments: One of the best ideas around. Treasure maps you can give to players that have pre-written adventures associated with them. Paul Jaquays was one of the best adventure designers in the eraly days of D&D and all five of these short adventures show his genius. The cover photograph reportedly shows the author and friends (Paul is supposed to be the big guy in the tin hat). Like most early Judges Guild products, early printings are rare, but any printing will do for playing.

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