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Post Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:43 am 
 

What non-TSR books are there that use the same size / format as the woodgrain / white box / supplements I-V?  Wee Warriors went to that format eventually.  Was Arduin that format?  Anything else?

  

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Post Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:59 am 
 

TheHistorian wrote:What non-TSR books are there that use the same size / format as the woodgrain / white box / supplements I-V?  Wee Warriors went to that format eventually.  Was Arduin that format?  Anything else?


Well if you branch out to SF there are a ton of Traveller booklets. But for fantasy, Bob liddels spiral bound books, that green Monsters! Monsters! Monsters! booklet. Phantasmogorical dungeon is digest size... Can't think of anything else offhand except for fanzines and some small magazines.

  

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Post Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:10 am 
 

There are lots of small press nonTSR books in this digest sized form.  Some include:

Arduin Books (except for the Arduin Dungeons)
some Dragon Tree Press items - traps & spellbook
Tri Tac tournament modules & some supplements
Little Soldier books
Notnaidag Robber Headquarters
Fantasy Art Enterprises items
Kabal has the same size box
Infernax & Book of Dragons by Casciano
Achaeron
Spellcaster's Bible
Tome of Mighty Magic
A lot of Ysgarth stuff by Ragnarok Enterprises
Wizard's Aide

I have a few stacks on small press nonTSR digest sized books.

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Post Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:53 am 
 

Tabletop Warriors
D&D basic set 2006 (technically non-TSR)
Star Fleet Battles
SPI's Capsule-size games
and my all time favorite - A Christian Response to D&D, The Catechism of the New Age


Mars wrote:I have a few stacks on small press nonTSR digest sized books.


I seem to have become a collector of digest booklets by default if not intention. So much small press/small print run/low cost ephemera has been published in the format.

  
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