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bd40bc7c7a Fans of TSR got regular updates in Dragon's new "Game Wizards" column (1987-1997). About the Title. Winter and Cook had considered much more far-ranging ideas while working on AD&D 2e —including eliminating character classes and reversing armor class —but in the end what they did was mostly cleanup. It used the 1995 revision as its basis, though it swapped out a couple of illustrations and cropped the original cover with a faux-leatherbound frame. According to his plan, a new Players Handbook would incorporate portions of the original Player's Handbook and the two new player books. We essentially digitally re-master the book. Log In (I am new here) Forgot password? Remember me Error: No match for E-Mail Address and/or Password. The new Player's Handbook was reprinted more than ten times following its 1989 release.
The last goal was a big change for AD&D, which Gygax had created to purposefully provide the D&D game with a very strict set of rules — in part to support tournament play. Fortunately, they still had David Cook on staff. .. However, the bard, which had also been marked for elimination, was saved by player response — though he now appeared in a dramatically different form, one that didn't have to move through other classes. Also, their file size tends to be smaller than scanned image books. Inside, Gary Gygax's "From the Sorceror's Scroll" column gave the reorganization a name: the second edition of AD&D. This was primarily a cosmetic change. The biggest addition to the D&D rules was the "proficiency" skill rules, which built on the non-weapon proficiencies that Cook himself had created in Oriental Adventures (1985), and which had become increasingly prominent in the AD&D 1.5e era (1985-1988). - August 18th, 2015 Very good clear/sharp PDF. There were four of them, all clearly laid out in Dragon #126 (October 1987): "First, the books should be restructured for easy reference.