[Review] Dragons (AD&D 3PP); Here Be Dragons Pt. I

[Campaign setting] Dragons (1986) Cory Glaberson (Mayfair Games) Levels 6 – 9 Summary: North vs South + The Dragon and The George Before Fireborn. Before the Draconomicon. Before Council of Wyrms. Before even Dragonlance, there existed a mighty supplement centered around Dragons. Forged in a distant aeon when pop-culture still had some residual balls left, … More [Review] Dragons (AD&D 3PP); Here Be Dragons Pt. I

[Review] Pinnacle (AD&D 3pp); Fool me twice…

[Adventure] Pinnacle (1986) Dan Greenberg (Mayfair Games Inc.) Levels 4 – 5 I’m starting to consider the possibility that maybe Role Aids wasn’t all garbage. After the promising but flawed Clockwork Mage and the unadulterated oldschool glory that was Deadly Power perhaps the late 80s were Role Aids’s glory days and its catalogue is in fact brimming with undiscovered … More [Review] Pinnacle (AD&D 3pp); Fool me twice…

[Review] Deadly Power (AD&D 3pp); The sun and the moon, and even mars…

[Adventure] Deadly Power (1984) Laurel Nicholson, John Keefe & Donald Nicholson (Mayfair games Inc.) Levels 6 – 9 This is it boys. The Coffers! The rarest of pepes. Do you notice and recognize miracles? A good Role Aids adventure. And I don’t mean Clockwork Mage good. I mean good like an old TSR module. Hidden depth up … More [Review] Deadly Power (AD&D 3pp); The sun and the moon, and even mars…

Review: A Question of Gravity (AD&D 3pp); A Stunt Dungeon

[Adventure] A Question of Gravity (1982) Jerome Mooney (Mayfair Games) Level 3 – 6 A Question of Gravity is an old 3rd party adventure for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons published by Mayfair games under the Role Aids brand, and by semi-clever palette swapping of the rules they were able to publish material was obviously for … More Review: A Question of Gravity (AD&D 3pp); A Stunt Dungeon