Title: Lost Tamoachan Type: Adventure Author: Harold Johnson & Jeff R. Leason Published: Format: 26 loose pages w/cover. Tamoachan is a tournament adventure with a strong Mesoamerican theme. Originally run at Origins ’79, it later became the first in the “C”ompetition series. One of the things that he found was a module that he had gotten from Harold Johnson back in , Lost Tamoachan: The Hidden Shrine of Lubaatum (a.
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I feel like Indy when I say that. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: May have medium sized creases, scuff marks, very small stain, etc. Leave a Lsot Cancel reply Enter your comment here Steve Jackson Games You are commenting using your Facebook account. InWizards re-released the adventure updated to the 5th Edition rules as part of the Tales from the Yawning Portal collection.
May show very small spine creases or slight corner wear. Bambra noted the adventure’s “Central and South American flavour”, and “setting The cover art is by David C. The Cave of Songs.
The illustrations are accurate and add an extra dimension to the adventure. Bambra said it would appeal more to gamers who like mental challenges and problem solving.
Conversion to NeverWinter Nights required some changes to tamoqchan original module.
The Hidden Shrine of Lubaatum. Still in the original factory shrink wrap, with condition visible through shrink noted.
A Dance with Rogues Part Two. The Hidden Shrine is part of the ancient ruined city of Tamoachan, once the northernmost capitol of the Olman empire, which covered much of the southern continent centuries before current history began. MoiraCoon moiracoon wrote in roleplayers- 03 – 20 The first version published for sale to the general public in was titled The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan and bore the module code C1.
Pre-rolled characters are included with brief histories for each. Email required Address never made public.
Despite the gorgeous coloring and the thicker, more abstract figures that would become his trademark style, I think I prefer the earlier, more three-dimensional work. Demonheart – Chapter I. Interior pages primarily bright and excellent, some light spotting along the top edge, tamachan severe and in no way obscuring.
Beat you to it. Very well used, but complete and useable.
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Post a new comment. Bloodright – The Blood Royal. Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. Fair Very well used, but complete and useable.
Wizards of the Coast. The cardboard backing lkst miniature packs is not graded. One of the things that he found was a module that he had gotten from Harold Johnson back inLost Tamoachan: Reference sheets contain a combat matrix for the three characters included, and a monster index with the statistics of all the creatures in the shrine.
Nope, Tharizdun was not Otus. For example, “SW NM ” means shrink wrapped in near-mint condition.
Rise of the Runelords [ITA]. This copy is 72 of The back cover is by Jeff Dee. It is the first in the C-series of modules, a set of unrelated adventures originally designed for competitive play, with the C representing the first letter in the word competition. A separate booklet of artwork was included in the module, containing illustrations of what the player characters would see in specific encounters,  including work by Otus, Jeff DeeGreg FlemingDavid S.
Upon poking around the web, he discovered that of the printed for Origins 79, only 38 his would be the 39th are known to be in existence. You are commenting using your Twitter account. We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post Anonymously.