The Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game from 1999 is an often forgotten piece of D&D / TSR history. Sitting somewhere between AD&D 2e and the D&D Rules Cyclopedia, it avoids character generation by presenting character folders. I understand what it was attempting with its approach - lowing the entry bar for new players. It just doesn't quite feel right.
In any case, why don't you peek for yourself, as The Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game is available for the price of Free. :)
Tip of the hat to Epi!
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The owl bear in the monster section has wings. I have never seen one depicted this way.ReplyDelete
Did anyone out there start with this game and let owlbears fly?