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Post Posted: Sat May 05, 2012 12:59 am 
 

Ok, so I'm currently at a place that is constantly purging D&D stuff. My collection is basically in a state of constant evolution so I need a good place to track it, while still recieving feedback on what's garbage and what's not (since I'm not entirely familar with all of the editions/modules).

That's where this community comes in. Basicly, my hope for this thread to figure out what I should give back to the community and what should remain on my shelf of glory and potential future games. I'll start it here and update the list as I go along.

Enjoy!

4E:
Eberron Campaign Guide - HC
Primal Power - HC
Monster Manual - HC
Dragconomicon - HC
Mauraders of the Dune Sea - PB
Tieflings - PB
Vor Rukoth - PB - Still Sealed


3.5E:
Cityscape - HC
Stormwrack - HC
Dungeonscape - HC
Sandstorm - HC
Frostburn - HC
Player's Handbook - HC
DM Guide - HC
Miniatures handbook - HC
Red Hand of Doom - PB
Map Folio II (w/ all inserts)- PB
Map Folio 3D - PB - Still sealed


3E:
Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil - PB
Enemies and Allies - PB
Stronghold Builders Guide - PB
Hero Builders Guidebook - PB
Book of Challenges - PB


Forgotten Realms/2E:
Vilhon Reach - PB
The Shining South - PB
Doom of Daggerdale - PB - still sealed
DM Screen - still sealed
Wormskull Throne - PB
How the Mighty are Fallen - PB - still sealed
Elminster's Ecologies: Appendix I - PB - still sealed
Elminster's Ecologies: Appendix II - PB - still sealed
The Great Glacier - PB - still sealed
Hordes of Dragonspear - PB - still sealed
The accursed Towed - PB
Haunted Halls of Eveningstar - PB
The Dalelands - PB - still sealed
Calimport - PB - still sealed
Marco Volo Arrival - PB
Marco Volo Departure - PB - still sealed
Marco Volo Journey - PB - still sealed kinda
For Duty and Deity - PB
Book of Lairs - PB
The Bloodstone Lands - PB


Other stuff:
Dragon Compendium - HC
The Art of the DragonLance saga - PB
The Art of Dragon Magazine - PB
Warduke Paint-a-Figurine - still sealed
Strongheart Paint-a-Figurine - still sealed
Sinister Spectre and Lich Figures - Still sealed
Five Headed Hydra Figure - still sealed
200pc Jigsaw Puzzle - Still Sealed
Box of Wizard Spell Cards - still sealed
Factory Box of D&D 1992 Trading Cards - still sealed
The offical Dungeon Masters Deck of Psionic Powers -still sealed
Forgotten Realms Patch
Spelljammer Patch
D&D Character apron (can't rememer the name on it, but I think it's a half evil goblin)

  

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Post Posted: Mon May 07, 2012 11:54 am 
 

ikgrubb wrote:Ok, so I'm currently at a place that is constantly purging D&D stuff. My collection is basically in a state of constant evolution so I need a good place to track it, while still recieving feedback on what's garbage and what's not (since I'm not entirely familar with all of the editions/modules).

That's where this community comes in. Basicly, my hope for this thread to figure out what I should give back to the community and what should remain on my shelf of glory and potential future games. I'll start it here and update the list as I go along.

Enjoy!

3.5E:
Cityscape - HC
Stormwrack - HC
Dungeonscape - HC
Sandstorm - HC
Frostburn - HC
Player's Handbook - HC
DM Guide - HC
Miniatures handbook - HC
Red Hand of Doom - PB
Map Folio II (w/ all inserts)- PB
Map Folio 3D - PB - Still sealed


3E:
Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil - PB
Enemies and Allies - PB
Stronghold Builders Guide - PB
Hero Builders Guidebook - PB
Book of Challenges - PB



I like what you do have for 3rd Edition. However I recommend the following books to add to your collection (if you have space for them):

3.5:
1) Monster Manual
2) Spell Compendium
3) Magic Item Compendium

And if you have more space...
3.5
4) Monster Manual 2
5) Monster Manual 3
6) Monster Manual 4
7) Monster Manual 5

I never got to play Red Hand of Doom, but from everyone I've heard it's one of the best 3.5 modules out there.


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Post Posted: Fri May 11, 2012 6:24 pm 
 

Yea, I wish I could get my hands on some of the Compendiums and manuals for 3.5, but I'm at the mercy of what gets given away, since I don't have close to enough money to stock my collection the way I truly want. I once had a Dark Sun module, which are absolutely amazing, but I passed that along to someone who needed it more than me, in return for the Red Hand of Doom (yay!  :mrgreen: ). Thanks for the suggestion though! I'll diligently watch for some of the monster manuals (I honestly didn't realize there were that many for 3.5)

  

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Post Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:49 pm 
 

I would second Invincible Overlord's list for 3.5.  The Spell Compendium and Magic Item Compendium are really cool books to have.  The Rules Compendium is helpful also just to have all the rules (as many as you could have I suppose) in one book so you don't have to look up which rule was in which book.

  
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