Published by Wizards of the Coast.
First released in 1980, The Rogues Gallery remains one of my most beloved AD&D products. I got a heck of a lot of use of it back in the day, which, on reflection, is an odd thing. One of the many ways in which I feel older editions of D&D are superior to their putative descendants is the ease with which characters, even high-level ones, can be created. Only spellcasters require any time at all and even they don’t take more than a few minutes to stat up. So why did I find The Rogues Gallery, which is primarily just a collection of pre-generated characters so useful?
Read the Full Retrospective/Review at Grognardia.