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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 11:23 am 
 

http://www.dessites.net/fichiers/TSR%20 ... 20v2.7.pdf

Just ran across this...


And I could've bought these damn modules off the 1$ rack!!!

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 11:28 am 
 

That's nicely formatted and organized. Thanks for posting!  :)

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 3:33 pm 
 

Wow, very nice. Thanks for the heads-up.

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(Side note: Not to take anything away from this creator, but DarkSeraphim's Excel list is still the most impressive fan-produced item I've ever seen.)

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 4:01 pm 
 

bbarsh wrote:http://www.dessites.net/fichiers/TSR%20 ... 20v2.7.pdf

Just ran across this...


Uh-oh. The author's admission, on page 2, that he's actively involved in the underworld of photocopying modules, won't go over too well with many folks here ... :?

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 5:17 pm 
 

I assume that's a checklist of items the author has. It's far from complete if it's meant to be a collector's checklist. I've not looked for any of the other ares, but ST1 doesn't seem to be there. The author clearly isn't a collector, and if he is, he probably hasn't been doing it for more than a month or two.


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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 7:32 pm 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:I assume that's a checklist of items the author has.


No, it is complete as far as basic information goes. Obviously, this is not a list that will appeal to the Acaeum power collectors (for instance, he doesn't distinguish between various prints of many items), but it is a very nice list for the average collector. I've already printed it out; I also just re-ordered ink from Amazon ... :)

As far as ST1 goes ... sorry, but who cares? The 40 people in the world who have one already know they have it; the other 10,000 collectors who will find this checklist useful don't even need it to be mentioned.

I wonder about our obsession with the rares sometimes ... :?

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2005 7:49 pm 
 

... although the author DOES seem to be aware that "the rares" do exist. The Acaeum, complete with a link, is mentioned on the first page.

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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 4:28 am 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:No, it is complete as far as basic information goes.


Okay. ST1 is not considered a collectable D&D module. What about Jade Hare? Is that not D&D either?


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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 5:32 am 
 

You obviously want this to be something it is not. As I mentioned before, the super-elite Acaeum crowd will not find this to be a useful checklist. The other 99 percent of us in Niche-Corner-Of-Niche-Hobby Land, though, will find this to be a very useful tool. It's important to us peasants to have an accurate, readable list of modules, boxed sets, rulebooks, etc. And, hey, it's got the orange B3 on there, which is just about as high as most of us will dare to dream ...



Two final thoughts:



The guy who compiled the damn thing wrote:If you think any items are missing, please mail me at [email protected]


1. It would appear your complaints could be addressed by going straight to the source.



2. It seems the height of irony to blast a free-for-the-taking checklist after many Acaeum members contributed to a recent thread that discussed the difficulties of keeping track of their collections.



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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 2:12 pm 
 

That is why I posted this thing. Someone was asking about a checklist and I stumbled upon this one. So...I just posted for those interested.



I did NOT post it for people to take pot shots at it. I think it was a nice effort for a basic checklist.


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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 3:08 pm 
 

Incidentally, Ravellock is a member of the forum here, and has been a prolific contributor to the main site (primarily to the Foreign Editions section) for many years now.  While he's not an "elite collector", he's certainly been a great help in compiling information.



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Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 3:45 pm 
 

thanks for the link! This is potentially a very dangerous PDF for me... :p


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Post Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 11:10 am 
 

well, it's a nice list but after checking one by one each TSR product i found 2a couple" of errors...



first of all some wrong classifications/definitions:



TSR1162 - Return to the Tomb of Horrors -> this is a module under the label "TOMES"

TSR6064 - RPGA1 Rahasia -> this module is for D&D Basic, not AD&D

TSR6065 - RPGA2 Black Opal Eye -> this module is for D&D Basic, not AD&D

TSR11331 - Wrath of the Minotaur -> this module Fast-Play is for D&D, not AD&D

TSR11347 - Axe of the Dwarvish Lords -> this is a module under the label "TOMES"

TSR11373 - Eye of the Wyvern -> this module Fast-Play is for D&D, not AD&D

TSR11450 - Dungeons & Dragons(r) Game -> this module Fast-Play is for D&D, not AD&D

TSR11634 - Into the Dragon's Lair -> this adv is for D&D 3rd Edition, not AD&D



then several missing stuff (somewhat incredible how many books are missing!!!):



TSR9143 - B09 - Castle Caldwell and Beyond (Year ?)

TSR9259 - The Jade Hare (Year ?)

TSR9287 - GAZ13 - The Shadow Elves (Year ?)

TSR9306 - GAZ14 - The Atruaghin Clans (Year ?)

TSR???? - 10th Anniversary Collector's Set (Year 1984)

TSR???? - Fast-Play - Crypt of the smoke dragon (Year ?)

TSR???? - Fast-Play - Diablo 2 (Year ?)

TSR???? - Up the garden path (Year 1986)

TSR2521 - Savage Coast Campaign Book (Year ?)

TSR2522 - Orc's Head Peninsula Sourcebook (Year ?)

TSR2524 - MC Savage Coast Appendix (Year ?)

TSR3135 - Player's Secrets of Hogunmark (Year ?)

TSR3137 - Book of Regency (Year ?)

TSR3140 - Blood Spawn (Year ?)

TSR8225 - What is the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting Anyway? (Year ?)

TSR8421 - Gnomes-100 Dragons-0 (Year ?)

TSR8446 - Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home, revised (Year 1993)

TSR9142 - DL10 - Dragons of Dreams (Year ?)

TSR9219 - City of Blackmoor (Year ?)

TSR9283 - Gateway to Ravens Bluff, The Living City (Year 1989)

TSR9400 - TM3 - The World Of Krynn - Trail Map (Year ?)

TSR9590 - Kidnapped (Year ?)

TSR91271 - Introduction to the Land of the Mists (Year ?)

TSR???? - A Birthright Conspectus (Year 1995)

TSR???? - A Dragonlance Conspectus (Year 1996)

TSR???? - Dark Sun Conspectus (Year 1995)

TSR???? - Drungar (Year 1999)

TSR???? - Forgotten Realms Conspectus (Year 1996)

TSR???? - Planescape Conspectus (Year 1996)

TSR???? - The Drungar Campaign (Year 1996)

TSR???? - Ivid the Undying (Year ?)

TSR???? - Legacy of Kings (Year ?)

TSR???? - Player's Secrets of Muden (Year ?)

TSR???? - Van Richten's guide to Witches (Year ?)

TSR1167 - The Complete Starter Set (Year ?)

TSR2020 - Wild Things (Year 1990)

TSR11397 - Ravenloft (Year 1999)

TSR21785 - Dungeons & Dragons: The Movie (Year ?)

TSR???? - The Star of Kolhapur (RPGA) (Year 1997)

TSRB001987 - Dungeons & Dragons - The Movie Fast Play Game (Year ?)

TSRB00778 - Wand of Archeal (Year ?)

TSR9146 - REF1 - DM's Screen (Year ?)

TSR9264 - REF2 - Character Record Sheets (Year ?)

TSR9844 - Deep Dwarven Delve (Year 1989)

TSR???? - And Gods Will Have Their Way (RPGA) (Year ?)

TSR???? - Incants of Ishcabeble (RPGA) (Year ?)

TSR???? - Llywelyn's Tomb (RPGA) (Year ?)

TSR???? - Riddle of Dolmen Moor (RPGA) (Year ?)

TSR???? - Wand of Archeal (Year 1999)

TSR???? - The Official AD&D Coloring Album (Year ?)

TSR???? - RPGA - Dragotha's Lair (Year ?)

TSR???? - RPGA - To the City of Brass (Year ?)



i've already wrote to the author for a correction of the list but seems that never updated it (the most recent version is still v.2.7)!

...if only the list could be updated!

(thanks to RPGunited for having helped me in my work!)



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Post Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 11:44 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:Not to take anything away from this creator, but DarkSeraphim's Excel list is still the most impressive fan-produced item I've ever seen.)




Where would one find Seraphim's list?

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:35 am 
 

Feanor23x wrote:
Xaxaxe wrote:Not to take anything away from this creator, but DarkSeraphim's Excel list is still the most impressive fan-produced item I've ever seen.)




Where would one find Seraphim's list?




me too! i'd be really interested in such a file!


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Post Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:35 am 
 

Feanor23x wrote:
Xaxaxe wrote:Not to take anything away from this creator, but DarkSeraphim's Excel list is still the most impressive fan-produced item I've ever seen.)




Where would one find Seraphim's list?




me too! i'd be really interested in such a file!


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Post Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:54 am 
 

Also missing from the .PDF:



1010 - Dungeon! Game

1014 - Fantasy Forest (1982)

1016 - Quest for The DungeonMaster Game (1984)

1045 - The Classic Dungeon! Game (1989)

1051 - Best of Dragon Magazine Games (1990)

1059 - Fantasy Forest Game (1990)

1069 - AD&D 2nd Edition Trivia Game (1991)

1070 - Dungeons & Dragons Game (1991)

1100 - Dragon Quest Game (1992)

1167 - The Complete Starter Set (any info on this; D&D, AD&D?)

1400 - Dragonstrike Adventurevision Game and Video (1993)

2001 - Dungeons & Dragons Basic Rulebook - Blue (1977)

2461 - Rogues in Lankhmar (Year?)

8007 - Hexagonal Mapping Booklet (1981)

8009 - Monster Cards Set 1 (1982)

8010 - Monster Cards Set 2 (1982)

8011 - Monster Cards Set 3 (1982)

8012 - Monster Cards Set 4 (1982)

8449 - Art of the D&D Game (1985)

9004 - Dungeon Geomorphs, Set One - Basic Dungeon  (1976)

9005 - Dungeon Geomorphs, Set Two - Caves & Caverns (1977)

9006 - Dungeon Geomorphs, Set Three - Lower Dungeon (1977)

9008 - Outdoor Geomorphs, Set One - Walled City (1977)

9011 - Monster & Treasure Assortment, Set One (1977)

9012 - Monster & Treasure Assortment, Set Two (1977)

9015 - Monster & Treasure Assortment, Set Three (1978)

9047 - Monster and Treasure Assortment levels 1 to 9 (1980)

9161 - X11 - Blackheart (Never actually produced)

9184 - WG7 - Shadowlords (1987, Never actually produced)

9216 - BX1 - Islandia Campaign (1987, Never actually produced)

9291 - DA5 - City of Blackmoor (1988, Never actually produced)

9502 - Red Steel Campaign Themes (1995)



All said though, the .PDF was a bit of help in filling holes in my list...

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:44 pm 
 

Feanor23x wrote:Where would one find Seraphim's list?




At this point, I haven't the slightest idea. I got my copy (the Excel version, that is; there were also Word versions) as a "bonus" in an eBay win.



However, I don't feel comfortable speaking for Dark, who appears to be taking it easy on the collecting front (no eBay sales since July; no posts here since June). Frankly, if he is as retired as it appears, the list might have retired with him ...

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:48 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:
Feanor23x wrote:Where would one find Seraphim's list?




At this point, I haven't the slightest idea. I got my copy (the Excel version, that is; there were also Word versions) as a "bonus" in an eBay win.



However, I don't feel comfortable speaking for Dark, who appears to be taking it easy on the collecting front (no eBay sales since July; no posts here since June). Frankly, if he is as retired as it appears, the list might have retired with him ...


He sent me a copy a while back, (not sure if it's the most recent) I'm sure it's buried in the computer somewhere...will let you know if I find it.  :wink:

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Post Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 4:28 am 
 

bbarsh wrote:http://www.dessites.net/fichiers/TSR%20 ... 20v2.7.pdf

Just ran across this...


After searching my computer and about 20 burnt cds I cannot find this damn file (I know I downloaded it!)

Can someone PM me a copy cause the web link is broken :(


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