Sunday, January 29, 2012

Random Freebie of the Month (Jan)

      Last month I gave away a Holmes Basic set to a random poster. I am going to try to make this a monthly feature where I give away extras or other items I don't need. This month it's a map that I have an extra copy of (photo above). It's titled "City State Campaign Map One" and was actually Judges Guild #18, first printed in 1977 - the same year Holmes Basic debuted. That's right - this map by itself was the entire product #18. It's a DM's Map so it shows all of the relevant features (#19 was the corresponding Player's Map and is mostly blank except for coastlines). The picture above shows 1/4 of the poster-sized map (it's twice folded).  As you might guess from the title this is the first map of the City State / Wilderlands series and shows the region where The City State of the Invicible Overlord is located (on a part of the map not shown above). Tegel, where the famous Tegel Manor is located, is also shown (I highlighted it above on the photo of the map).

     As before, post here if you are interested in this. In a few days I'll pick someone randomly by dice roll from the posts. Free U.S. Shipping, outside the U.S. you'll need to have PayPal to cover the shipping difference.

Update: We just made the official dice roll on one of our low-impact d12s from a Holmes Basic Set. The winner is #4! Scottsz, please send your mailing address to zenopus archives (one word) at gmail dot com.

14 comments:

  1. Cool, always wanted one of those, it's worth a chance ;-)

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  2. Judges Guild had the coolest maps. The texture of the paper and color scheme really make them feel like artifacts from a bygone age.

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  3. Maps and Holmes. What more does anyone need! V. generous of you to put these thing up.

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  4. Oo-oo! Pick me! ::Waves hand wildly from the back of the class::

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  5. I'm in. Of course now you need a nine-sided die. Unless someone else comments.

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  6. Please consider me interested as well.

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  7. With me in, you can roll that under-used 12-sided die. :D

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  8. Okay, that's a good stopping point. I'll report back with the dice results later.

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