Castles

Castles
Authors: , ,
Series: 2E Supplements
Genre: Gaming Books
Tags: AD&D 2E, Classic Era
Publisher: TSR
Publication Year: Nov. 1990
Format: Boxed Set
ASIN: 0880388838
ISBN: 0880388838

Inside you’ll discover a king’s ransom in castles and accessories. Explore three spectacular castles, including Drungar in the Dragonlance setting, bastion of defense against Thenol’s undead armies. See each castle brought to life in its own dramatic full-color poster, a full-color map, plus a 48…

About the Book

Inside You’ll Discover a “King’s Ransom” in Castles and Accessories!

EXPLORE THREE SPECTACULAR CASTLES…

  • “Darkhold” in the Forgotten Realms setting: Towering stronghold of the nefarious Black Network.
  • “Drungar” in the Dragonlance setting: Bastion of defense against Thenol’s undead armies.
  • “Hart” in Greyhawk setting: A paladin’s shining, star shaped fortress.

See each castle brought to life in its own dramatic full-color poster, a full-color map, plus a 48 page book describing the fortress and all the scheming characters who live there.

FIGHT BATTLES AT THE CASTLE WALLS…

Experience the thrill of conquest with:

  • Huge Battlesystem scenarios for each castle
  • A complete war on the Drungar Frontier
  • New and expanded siege, sorcery, and campaign rules for the Battlesystem miniatures game

BUILD A FORTRESS!

Construct key parts of Hart, Drungar, and Darkhold — or build your own fortress with these Adventure Fold-up pieces:

  • Over 40 towers, buildings, and walls
  • Over 60 accessories, including battlements, doors, windows, arrow slits, rooftops, and drawbridges
  • Over 40 “Tools of War,” from fieldworks and siege towers to ballistae and a catapult
  • Over 80 floorplan aids, including 2-D markers for corridors, stairwells, and more

This message is brought to you by “Affordable Castles,” a halfling contractor’s firm in the Heartlands. See inside for details.

Additional Information

Catalog #: 1056
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: Unknown

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