Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Isn't That Interesting . . .

Just in case you aren't able to expand the picture to an appropriate size to read, the two red circles up there show 4th edition and 3rd edition Dungeons and Dragons products as being part of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons line.

First time I've ever seen that anywhere, let alone on the Official website. I wonder what it means?

Alright conspiracy theorists, let's put on our thinking hats and really push this issue into crazy town! 


  1. I believe those were two items that got converted to later editions. And now they are offering both versions for download.

  2. I think the "A" in the 3rd and 4th editions is a mistake. Thus, it should read "4E D&D" and "3E D&D".

  3. Well, that's the thing, D&D 3e (and 4e) are in the AD&D line (successors to AD&D), they just dropped the Advanced name because they killed off the old D&D line There would be like 6 editions of D&D, so 3rd would be 7th, and 4th 8th, if they were counting D&D (as opposed to AD&D)

    Original, Holmes, B/X, BECMI, RC, and finally the "Classic Dungeons & Dragons" boxed set in 1994.


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