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The Erol Otus Shrine

oldschoolfrp: The old troglodyte chief keeps 2 wyverns to ride into battle. (Erol Otus from AD module Descent into the Depths of the Earth, by Gary Gygax, TSR,

Erol Otus Combat | Larry Elmore Art

Curse of the chicken-head! Art by Jim Holloway for Dungeon Crawl Classics

When a player tries to get creative with an attack. (Jim Holloway, AD&D Oriental Adventures, TSR, 1985.)

When a player tries to get creative with an attack. (Jim Holloway, AD&D Oriental Adventures, TSR,

Protip for fighters: A fierce crest on your helmet commands respect. (Jim Holloway from D&D module B5: Horror on the Hill, TSR, 1983.)

Tales from the Tower: Averlorn Campaign - Dungeon Module Of Orcs, Goblins, an Ogre, and a Viking Funeral

Arn Yonson really, really loves his battle axe +2. If you want to hire him as a bodyguard or fighter trainer, you can find him at the Comeback Inn in Blackmoor. (Jim Holloway, from D&D module DA1: Adventures in Blackmoor by Dave Arneson and David...

Arn Yonson really, really loves his battle axe If you want to hire him as a bodyguard or fighter trainer, you can find him at the Comeback Inn in Blackmoor. (Jim Holloway, from D&D module Adventures in Blackmoor by Dave Arneson and David.

Jim Holloway’s hobgoblins are different from most D&D hobgoblins, but I like them. Note the relatively rare appearance of Holloway’s name in his illustration. (From D&D module B5: Horror on the Hill, TSR, 1983.)

Jim Holloway’s hobgoblins are different from most D&D hobgoblins, but I like them. Note the relatively rare appearance of Holloway’s name in his illustration. (From D&D module Horror on the Hill, TSR,

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Hobgoblins guard the bridge before an entrance to the Temple of Chag. (Jim Holloway, from AD&D adventure "Chagmat" by Larry DiTllio, Dragon magazine No. 63, July 1982.)

Hobgoblins guard the bridge before an entrance to the Temple of Chag. (Jim Holloway, from AD&D adventure “Chagmat” by Larry DiTllio, Dragon magazine No.

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Something Awful - Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeon Module "White Plume Mountain"

player's handbook sketch

"I can fit my entire spell book in one of these thumb drives" Yesterday the original AD&D Players Handbook was given new virtual life, .

Entering Acererak's Tomb

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Goblins stack the split skulls of their foes at an altar to Khurgorbaeyag. (Jim Holloway, Dragon No. 63, TSR, July 1982.)

Goblins stack the split skulls of their foes at an altar to Khurgorbaeyag. (Jim Holloway, Dragon No.

Gruumsh One-Eye struck the world with his spear at the time of creation to mark the blighted lands where orcs will dwell and multiply and make ceaseless war until the day they cover the world and rule alone.  (Looks like Jim Holloway’s style, from “The Gods of the Orcs” by Roger Moore, Dragon magazine #62, TSR, June 1982.)

Gruumsh One-Eye struck the world with his spear at the time of creation to mark the blighted lands where orcs will dwell and multiply and make ceaseless war until the day they cover the world and rule alone. (Looks like Jim Holloway’s style, from.

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