Thursday, September 20, 2012

What's the Next Classic D&D Reprint You Want to See From WotC?

They've already released the core 3 AD&D 1e books back in July. The 3.5e books should be hitting shelves now as the release date was September 18. Unearthed Arcana looks to be next it line. WotC is doing a fine job milking the reprint cash cow, but what should be next?

Foe me, I'd like to see the D&D OCE Boxed Set reprinted. I already have a copy, but a reprint would be nice. Maybe the Moldvay Basic Set. These are pieces of gaming history, and it would be nice to see them re-released.

They should be played, not collected and gathering dust (like most of the surviving original copies)

What would you like to see?


  1. Becmi boxed sets with errata. Although i love the RC, the sets are more accassible, readable, and more fun to read.

  2. uh i forgot the mystara GAZ-series...

  3. Moldvay BX or the BECMI boxed sets in a compilation. I love the Rules Cyclopedia, but hate the layout and art.

  4. Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay first edition.
    The other little white box.

  5. Cyclopedia.

    @ Paul WFRP 1st ed did come in a white box? Uh?

  6. Rules Cyclopedia because it's the only version of TSR D&D I've never owned and it's too bloody expensive trying to win a copy on Ebay.

  7. LBB or the original boxed BECMI sets

  8. I'd really like to see the Cyclopedia in print, as it's my favorite D&D. "In Search of Adventure" would be nice as well, as a sort of old school sampler plate.

  9. 2E core.... Spelljammer.... Planescape...

    B/X D&D with the Otus covers intact...

    Fiend Folio 1st edition!

    All of it, really...

  10. I'd love to see reprints of the Moldvay/Cook/Marsh B/X or the LBBs. Rules Cyclopedia or the 2E core books are more likely, though, as they would be easier to publish.

  11. The LBBs, the four supplements, and Chainmail. Ideally as a single boxed set. I actually expect that they will probably do this in 2014 (the 40-year anniversary).

    Second, the Cyclopedia. And the GAZ, HWR, and PC supplements. And Wrath of the Immortals. (Plus maybe a new product collecting material from the Voyage of the Princess Ark articles, such as the revised territory economics and the other societies).


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