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  1. says:

    I came late to Dungeons and Dragons the summer of 1977 By that time Chainmail had been superseded the 'boxed set' was available and Me

  2. says:

    They say there is only one banana and all the rest are clones of it This isn't completely true because the old and tasty banana was phased out for another hardy clone It's surprising how much of the future Dungeons and Dragons was laid out in this tiny book Even the font smacks of the future DMG I expected a book of medieval miniatures battle but discovered primitive DD What a delight this must have been for th

  3. says:

    This is a fascinating read for any DD playerThe first half is pretty skippable it's just standard miniature wargaming rules The fun starts half way through with Man to man combat ie where one figurine represents one man instead or 10 or Included in here is a fun section for jousting which we had a go atAnd then it gets rea

  4. says:

    This is a set of miniatures rules which is famous for being the precursor to Dungeons and Dragons Be warned this is not a modern game with clear diagrams and illustrated examples of play Chainmail was written in an age when prior knowledge was assumed Gary Gygax wrote as if the reader was already familiar with military formations landsknechtes and wargame protocol A diligent player can still play with these rules and they are a nice snaps

  5. says:

    It was interesting to see where the DD rules got their start from

  6. says:

    A fairly elegant precursor to DD with no role playing

  7. says:

    Not the best or worst skirmish rules typical for the the 70's in its presentation I still have a copy floating around somewhere

  8. says:

    This was an earlier version of Chainmail The most advanced version was the silver edition with ribbed binding The advance version was updated with new rule sections and had completed installation of the Fantasy Supplement and man to man rules

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Chainmail Rules for Medieval Miniatures

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