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Germany
BS1 Blizzard Pass

As far as we know, this is the only foreign D&D module to have multiple printings.  Note that the code for this module is "BS1" (probably what TSR should have coded this module in the first place).  Used the red-plastic "magic viewer" instead of the US version's "magic pen".  We're taking a wild guess as to which of these prints actually came first; the Second print lists modules B1 - B4 and X2 - X4 on the back, which may help in determining sequence.  (Thanks to Adrian Newman for this info and the scan of the First print, and to Ciro Alessandro Sacco for the scan of the Second print).


First print?

 
Second print?



Japan
M1 / BS1 Blizzard Pass

As far as we know, this is the only foreign D&D module to have multiple printings.  Module code "M1" was kept on the module's upper left, but the Second print added the Japanese module code "BS1" to the upper right.  Both prints used the red-plastic "magic viewer" instead of the US version's "magic pen".

First:  Does not have Japanese-character "swoosh" to left of David Cook's name, and bears the TSR stock # in the upper right corner (9067).  (Thanks to Richard van Tol for the scan).

Second:  Has the Japanese-character "swoosh" to left of David Cook's name, and has  Japanese module code "BS1" on top right of cover instead of the TSR stock number.


First print


Second print



Netherlands
BSOLO Blizzard Pas

Note that the code for this module is "BSOLO".  Used the red-plastic "magic viewer" instead of the US version's "magic pen".  (Thanks to Dennis Theunissen for the scan).



Spain
MSOLO1 Paso Tempestuoso

This module was advertised in the catalog of the D&D Basic Set Players Manual, but apparently never published.  If anyone actually spots this module, please let us know!  (Thanks to Andrés Otero for this info).