Taking Inventory

I recently did something of a reshuffle of some of my gaming materials, finally getting all my 1E rulebooks in one place. That led me to count just how many of each I’ve got…

  • Monster Manual (2 old cover)
  • Players Handbook (4 old cover, 3 new cover)
  • Dungeon Masters Guide (2 old cover, 2 new cover)
  • Deities & Demigods (3, all with Cthulhu and Melnibonean mythoi)
  • Fiend Folio (2)
  • Monster Manual II (2)
  • Oriental Adventures (1)
  • Unearthed Arcana (3)
  • Greyhawk Adventures (2)
  • Dungeoneer’s Survival Guide (2)
  • Wilderness Survival Guide (2)
  • Manual of the Planes (1)
  • Dungeon Master’s Screen (2)

That, of course, isn’t counting all the modules, boxed sets, 3rd party rules and supplements, etc. Those Grimtooth’s Traps books still hold a place near and dear to my evil little heart. 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Taking Inventory

  1. I second you on Grimtooth. I just found Ate recently. At least I think it was Ate. Can't remember.

    I bet you have so many Arcanas because the binding craps out too easily. Right? Do you keep the nicest one in an upper shelf so nobody uses it? ;P

  2. Actually all of my copies of UA are in excellent condition, and most of them get used regularly. The only book I've got where the binding has given out is a DMG, where the whole spine cover has ripped off.

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