Get ready for another hit of nostalgia with this collection of out of print Third Edition Necromancer Games books, courtesy of Frog God Games!
Some of the deadliest traps my characters had the displeasure to face against was courtesy of a nasty little fellow by the name of Grimtooth. With The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps, seven volumes of the original Grimtooth's Traps have been collected, collated, and carefully plumbed for only the most dreadful devices to torment your PCs with. Broken up into five sections for easy searching, your evil game mastering heart will delight in adding such traps as The Atlas Affair, The Peerless Pillar Room, A Bridge Too Far, Amazing Ginsu Chute, or the one guaranteed to frustrate the thief in the party, the Mock Padlock to your evening game. One of the most memorable parts of Grimtooth's traps has always been the illustrations accompanying the descriptions, and this book is full of adventurers meeting all sorts of messy ends in stylized black and white!
Traps aren't the only thing up our sleeves tonight! Riddle me this: What lies in the heart of the burning inferno that is the Elemental Plane of Fire and is home to innumerable efreet? That would be the City of Brass, of course! This famed boxed set has been the bedrock for many games, as well as serving as an inspiration for Greg Vaughan's Legacy of Fire adventure, "The Impossible Eye!" And with the limited quantity we have on hand, this epic tome will go FAST!
Look on the positive side, Matthew. DriveThruRPG has the Wurst of Grimtooth as a POD book, so even if you can't get one of the original copies, you CAN get a dead-tree version at some point in the future.
ps--some do have collector prices, others are discounted. I lowered prices from my ebay store on most (been selling Grim's for $75, dropped to $50, Barakus from $75 to $40 too (I found 2 cases of it)).
These are almost all I have left--so I did price some slightly under market--which is sometimes greater than original retail 10 years ago. The stuff I had a bunch of I dropped the prices on as well though.
I probably should have upped the price on DMC; oh well, get a bargain while it lasts!
Some of these (Kenzer series) are quite rare--less than 1000 of each exist.