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Judges Guild supplements for 
Dungeons & Dragons

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Game Aids & Variants Designed Especially For Use With
Dungeons & Dragons

Ready Ref Sheets

Volume I

Second Edition
Revised, Enlarged & In Booklet Form

Covering Judges Guildmember Guidelines, Issues 1 to 6 Including Wizards Guide, Monster Compendium, Baronies, Men Attacking & Much More

This booklet is a compendium of the guidelines from our Guildmember subscription's first six issues, plus the material found in the Campaign Hexagon System booklet (which contains 50 hex grids for mapping campaign areas). Some pages that we felt that some might want to remove from the booklet and use as loose reference sheets, have been put in the center of the booklet where one can pry up the staples to remove those pages (it is recommended that you place them in plastic sheet protectors to preserve them).

Published by Judges Guild. 1978.
56 pages.
JG-14
Price: $2.99 SOLD OUT!

Approved For Use With
Dungeons & Dragons

Citadel Of Fire

By Marc Summerlot & Bob Bledsaw
  • Adventure into the Ancient Stronghold of the Sorceror Yrammag
  • Includes Six Tower and Five Dungeon Levels
  • Designed for Higher Levels
Published by Judges Guild. 1980.
32 pages.
JG-63
Price: $3.00 SOLD OUT!

Official Playing Aid Approved For
Dungeons & Dragons

Frontier Forts of Kelnore

By Dave Sering
  • Multi-level adventure generation system
  • Tables & charts to build scenarios, traps, monsters, treasures, maps
  • Three complete examples given
Published by Judges Guild. 1978.
32 pages.
JG-71
Price: $3.00 SOLD OUT!

Official Dungeon Approved For
Dungeons & Dragons

Of Skulls and Scrapfaggot Green

By Bob Blake.
Cover by Kevin Siembieda.
  • GenCon X tournament dungeon
  • Complete 64 page guidebook
  • Mini-campaign featuring town, wilderlands, & underground scenarios
Published by Judges Guild.
64 pages.
JG-80
Price: $4.50 SOLD OUT!

Approved For Use With
Dungeons & Dragons

Verbosh

By Paul Nevins & Bill Faust.
Art by Kevin Siembieda.

Nestled along the banks of the river known as "The Great Source", stands the mighty fortress City of Verbosh. Built ages ago by the great "Lord Verbosh I", who founded the great and noble, royal line of Verbosh. A line of great kings which lasted until the birth of Verbosh II, whose first great act was to lead his proud legion into "The Battle of Dead-end Canyon"; where they were overwhelmed by a host of Kobolds fully half their number. From there on, the line of Verbosh went steadily down hill. Verbosh XXI managed to lose the family castle and holdings in a game of dice. This proved to be the high point of Verboshian history.

The castle then passed from owner to owner through various unsavory deals into the hands of its present owner, Hargor the Complainer.

Published by Judges Guild. 1979.
80 pages.
JG-108
Price: $6.50 SOLD OUT!

Designed and Approved For Use With
Dungeons & Dragons

Operation Ogre

The 1979 Pacificon Tournament Dungeon

By Michael E. Mayeau.
Cover by Kevin Siembieda.
Art by Kevin Siembieda, Gerald Busby, and Ed Perry.
Published by Judges Guild. 1979.
32 pages.
JG-109
Price: $3.25 SOLD OUT!

Created and Approved for Use With
Dungeons & Dragons

The Book of Treasure Maps

By Paul Jaquays
  • Five Scenarios, Complete Adventures with Judges & Players Maps, Full Background & Accompanying Rumors
  • Ready to add to Any Campaign
Published by Judges Guild. 1979.
52 pages.
The books are cut at an angle on right edge and have light shelfwear.
JG-113
Price: $3.95 SOLD OUT!

Official Adventure Aid Approved For
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Portals of Torsh

By Rudy Kraft
  • Mini-Campaign of Lazan, Torsh & Lizardmen.
  • Maps, Treasures, Cities, Ruins, Monsters.
  • Fantastic Historical Background.
Published by Judges Guild.
JG-260
Price: $3.98 SOLD OUT!

Official Campaign Aid Approved For
Dungeons & Dragons

Spies Of Lightelf

Wilderness Book Two

By Bryan Hinnen
Art: Kevin Siembieda, Paul Jaquays
  • Wilderlands Project, Histories, 25 maps, Tables, Three Villages.
  • Fantastic Wilderness Detail.
Published by Judges Guild. 1980.
48 pages.
JG-270
Price: $4.95

Official Adventure Aid Approved For
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Portals Of Irontooth

By Rudy Kraft
  • A 48 page book containing charts, rules, and maps pertaining to Irontooth Island
  • Second in the Portal's series for the AD&D system
Published by Judges Guild.
48 pages.
JG-560
Price: $3.98 SOLD OUT!

Approved For Use With
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Dragon's Hall

By Jim Simon

This 16 page booklet features rules, guidelines, monsters and much more for playing ease. It can be used as a solitaire dungeon or can be made part of an existing campaign.

A solo dungeoneer's delight!

Published by Judges Guild.
16 pages.
JG-630
Price: $3.50 SOLD OUT!

Approved For Use With
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

The Illhiedrin Book

By Daniel Hauffe

This 32-page module is designed for use with low-level Characters and includes Wilderness Maps, Dungeon Maps, and Inhabitants, plus the dangers of a Lost Crypt.

Published by Judges Guild.
32-pages.
JG-750
Price: $3.95 SOLD OUT!

Approved For Use With
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Portals Of Twilight

By Rudy Kraft
Cover by Rick Houser
Art by Erin McKee, Rick Houser, Kevin Siembieda, Ken Simpson, Paul Vinton, and The Sorcerors Guild

Through a shimmering portal to ... where? A new world beckons all would-be adventurers to strange and sometimes sinister encounters ending either in death to the unlucky or great riches to the fortunate. Which will you be?

Published by Judges Guild. 1981.
48 pages.
JG-770
Price: $4.98 SOLD OUT!
 

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