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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Taking One For the Team - I Ordered The Original Grande Temple of Jing from Noble Knight (Review Forthcoming)

I figured "enough about talking about how ridiculous the Grande Temple of Jing Kickstarter is, how bad (or possibly good) is the original?"

For $18 plus shipping, I should know by the end of the week.

At least they are consistent - it's the same art from the video.

No, I do not plan on doing a session play test, unless it's run mid week.

Hey, this may be that Labyrinth Lord session I owe some folks.

(Oh, the DCC prizes should be announced tomorrow - also overdue)


  1. It's funny though, I used to be big into d20 around the time that came out, and I have never heard of it before.

    I would imagine he reuses a lot of the art and uses the $10k to pay Jonathan Tweet and the others.

  2. I have a copy of the original that I bought during the early days of the D20 deluge of products. It has a $5 price sticker on it so I think you overpaid. I never read it because it has a confusing layout. It is a digest sized booklet printed sideways with no page numbers. Every page feels crammed. There is no art. It also promotes the Adventure Block Card system (ABCs) and comes with 8 ABCs (little monster and treasure cards I think). It has one dungeon level in the centerfold of the digest.


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