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 Post subject: Publishing History of Blackmoor
PostPosted: Dec 04, 2013 3:39 pm 
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Here's an overview of the published material that followed the original campaign:

1971
  • 1971 Dave Arneson begins the Blackmoor Campaign

1972
  • Facts about Black Moor, by Dave Arneson, Domesday Book #13

1975
  • D&D Supplement II: Blackmoor , by Dave Arneson (TSR). Edited by Tim Kask. Includes original version of the Temple of the Frog.

1977
  • First Fantasy Campaign , by Dave Arneson (Judges Guild). Edited by Bill Owen.

1986
  • DA1 Adventures in Blackmoor , by Dave Arneson and David J Ritchie(TSR)
  • DA2 Temple of the Frog , by Dave Arneson and David J Ritchie (TSR). Second version of Temple of the Frog
  • Garbage Pits of Despair Part I, by Dave Arneson, published in Different Worlds Magazine #42
  • Garbage Pits of Despair Part II, by Dave Arneson, published in Different Worlds Magazine #43

1987
  • DA3 City of the Gods , by Dave Arneson and David J Ritchie (TSR)
  • DA4 Duchy of Ten , by David J Ritchie (TSR). Dave Arneson was not credited for this module.

1997
  • The Achbarony of Blackmoor, by Frederick Weining, published in Oerth Journal #5. Edited by Erik Mona.
  • Robilar Remembers: Journey to the City of the Gods, published in Oerth Journal #6 by Rob Kuntz and Dave Arneson

2003
  • Dave Arneson's company Zeitgeist Games obtains Blackmoor lisence from Wizards of the Coast.
  • Guardians of the Docrae, by Ari Marmell, published in Dragon Magazine (Paizo)

2004
  • Dave Arneson's Blackmoor d20 Hardback, by Dave Arneson etc (ZGG)
  • The Land of Black Ice, by Wolfgang Baur, published in Dungeon Magazine #115 (Paizo)

2005
  • The Clockwork Fortess, by Wolfgang Baur, published in Dungeon Magazine #126 (Paizo)

2006
  • Dave Arneson's Blackmoor d20 Softcover, by Dave Arneson etc (ZGG)
  • Dungeons of Castle Blackmoor, by Dave Arneson etc (ZGG)
  • The Redwood Scar (Dave Arnesons Blackmoor) by Jeff Quinn (ZGG)
  • The Wizards Cabal (ZGG)
  • Player's Guide to Blackmoor (ZGG)

2007
2008
  • Temple of the Frog, by Harley Stroh (ZGG) - 4th version of Temple of the Frog
  • Clock and Steam (D&D 3.5 Edition) by Rodney Thompson
  • Riders of Hak (D&D 3.5 Edition) by Dave Brainard and Tad Kilgore
  • City of the Gods, by Harley Stroh (ZGG) - 2nd version of City of the Gods
  • Dungeons & Dragons 4E: Dave Arneson's Blackmoor (ZGG/CMP)

2009
  • Blackmoor Lisence to ZGG is not renewed by WotC
2013
  • OD&D Book V: Blackmoor, by Dave Arneson, published as part of Original Dungeons & Dragons Reprint Set (WotC)


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 Post subject: Re: Publishing History of Blackmoor
PostPosted: Dec 08, 2013 5:19 am 
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I had forgotten to add these two 2008 books
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  • Clock and Steam (D&D 3.5 Edition) by Rodney Thompson
  • Riders of Hak (D&D 3.5 Edition) by Dave Brainard and Tad Kilgore


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