Enclosures: “Witchstone” (2019)

Texas Triffid Ranch's picture

A pulse. A glow. A flash. A strobe. Sometimes nothing at all. Of all of the wonders of Burin IV, the most renowned is the Witchstone Array, near the outpost town of Cottingley. Many swear that the stones visible in … Continue reading →

Scott's picture

I picked this book (the edition seen here) in late 1986 or early 1987 from a Stars and Stripes bookstore in Japan. Doing some casual research on the book turned up a free to read copy at archive.org: https://archive.org/details/dicingwithdragon00ianl

I'm undecided about writing about this book. As I've mentioned elsewhere, I was mad for fantasy work, and the paperback was getting a bit of traction already for role-playing games.

Bri's picture

So there I am, on my favorite window shopping haunt taking a break from reading Frontinus' "The Strategems"... trying to learn latin hurts my brain... so I stumbled across yet another effort by someone to cash in on the success of Gygax and Arneson's brilliant RPG powerhouse.
May I present a real oddball; the Dungeons and Dragons wooden diorama/theater/god knows what, set.

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