Lost Man's Trail (2010) JG1290 NEW REDUCED PRICE : $7.00!!!
Bob Bledsaw's final contribution to the fantasy world he created, the Wilderlands. This adventure module runs some 24 pages, with 12 maps covering the areas of encounters, in addition to detailed Campaign Maps for Wilderlands Hexes 3615, 3715, 3815 and 3914 of the Roglaroon and Gasconfold Plains Regions, between Modron and Tegel.... [click here for more]
(JG-1310) Sea-Steeds and Wave Riders - Ebook Revision (2011). This is the extensive technical and historical work, first published in 1978, designed to add realistic naval conditions to any miniatures, strategic war-game, or fantasy RPG campaign. Suitable for use with any medieval or fantasy role-playing system currently in print, and ideal for campaign Judges wishing to expand their gaming horizons... [click here for more]
Now for only $7.00! This is the 3rd City State from Judges Guild. Two big 96 books detail the City State of Tarantis and the surrounding campaign area with the history, government, customs, religions, and military of Tarantis. They also cover the shops and courts of Tarantis, The Tarantine Palace, Bard or Fighter Citadel, Ho Chi's Castle, The Azurerain Pirates and their stronghold. This scanned 1983... [click here for more]
These four dungeon level maps are from the 1976 Judges Guildmember Installment J - Thunderhold. They were hand-drawn and inked by Bob Bledsaws I & II in the fall of 1976. They were the second set of such maps produced by Judges Guild. They depict and describe four linked levels with waterways.
Original product number JG17.
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An ancient prophet foretold of the resurrection, from the very pits of Hell, of the dead and buried Druid, F'dech Fo, and of the devastation he would bring on the descendants of his people. The time-worn prophecy is reaching for fulfillment; the curse must be reversed and destroyed. You must march to the Tomb, enter, and end the unholy evil residing there. This product contains multiple adventures,... [click here for more]