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Post Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 10:29 pm 
 

A single map, that was included inside a Greyhawk Folio that I have.



The Folio also has the two Greyhawk maps that are supposed to be there and the Gazetteer and the single sheet 'TSR Presents'.



Can anyone tell me 'Minotaurs' origin?

What box set, or Gazetteer, or module is it normally a part of?


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:15 am 
 

New one on me Aneoth.  I googled but nothing really stood out:

League Minotaurs Eastern Frontiers - Google Search


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:35 am 
 

Here's a better search:



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It looks like it could be something from a Dragonlance module.



This might help some:



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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 8:37 am 
 

m03 wrote:Here's a better search:

"League of the Minotaurs" - Google Search

It looks like it could be something from a Dragonlance module.

This might help some:

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I think that you are onto something there. It may well be Dragonlance. That explains why It was unfamiliar to me as well. I own almost no DL material, only a couple of unused modules and the two volumes of mini-modules, and them only because I got a nice deal for both volumes. Thanks for the help guys...


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 9:32 am 
 

This just goes to show how little Dragonlance means to the Acaeum membership. . .   :D



It is from the Time of the Dragon boxed set.  There should be a product code of 1050 in the bottom left corner.



By the way Aneoth . . . virtually all TSR maps, cardsheets, counter sheets, etc. have a product code on them somewhere (with a few exceptions).



Just look for the first 4 digits and then compare it to the stock list on the Acaeum (or the TSR archive).


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 9:50 am 
 

beyondthebreach wrote:This just goes to show how little Dragonlance means to the Acaeum membership. . .  :D



It is from the Time of the Dragon boxed set. There should be a product code of 1050 in the bottom left corner.



By the way Aneoth . . . virtually all TSR maps, cardsheets, counter sheets, etc. have a product code on them somewhere (with a few exceptions).



Just look for the first 4 digits and then compare it to the stock list on the Acaeum (or the TSR archive).




Unfortunately the worst offenders of this rule seem to be the Dragonlance maps.  If my memory serves, some have NO numbers and there is at least one with the WRONG number. Sheesh.  I hate digging through DL maps more than any other system of TSRs.



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Post Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 9:53 am 
 

You're right on that Mike . . . It is my impression that the fold-out map craze started with the DL modules so TSR didn't get in the habit of listing stock numbers till later on.



I think I have them all memorized by now .  .  . mostly . . . sometimes I actually have to (shiver) read some of the Dragonlance mods to figure it out.   8)


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