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Post Posted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 12:20 pm 
 

I won the following:




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I have seen a few of these sell on ebay and decided to grab one to see what they are like.  Can anyone tell me anything about them?  



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Post Posted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 12:48 pm 
 

That's Robert Jennings you're buying from, the guy who ran Massconfusion 1984. Whilst this module was written by Duncan Davenport, if you buy any of the modules Robert wrote, you can always get him to sign them.

Cost wise, I've seen these go mostly at the $15 mark, but they go up and down all the time, and the seller seems to have boxloads of them. The non-D&D modules are often harder to find, and Dungeon of Dr Demento is stupidly rare. I've only ever seen two copies of that one in five years.

Quality is on the whole quite good. I enjoyed Dragonrunners of Kola, and remember thinking Werewolf Country would be interesting to DM. Didn't like Lady Eileen's Castle much, and the Dr. Demento tourneys were a little too off the wall for me. On the whole, well worth investing in.


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Post Posted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:10 pm 
 

Thanks mbassoc.

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Post Posted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 2:26 pm 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:That's Robert Jennings you're buying from, the guy who ran Massconfusion 1984. Whilst this module was written by Duncan Davenport, if you buy any of the modules Robert wrote, you can always get him to sign them.

Cost wise, I've seen these go mostly at the $15 mark, but they go up and down all the time, and the seller seems to have boxloads of them. The non-D&D modules are often harder to find, and Dungeon of Dr Demento is stupidly rare. I've only ever seen two copies of that one in five years.

Quality is on the whole quite good. I enjoyed Dragonrunners of Kola, and remember thinking Werewolf Country would be interesting to DM. Didn't like Lady Eileen's Castle much, and the Dr. Demento tourneys were a little too off the wall for me. On the whole, well worth investing in.


Agree with you as to the Modules for Fantasy.
I do not have any of the non-D&D type modules though.


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