Tabletop Gallery: “What is Old is New Again”

Welcome to the Dungeons & Dragons cycle of life

Enjoy. If you have an awesome wargames shot you think would make a great BoLS pic of the day, email us. We love spectacle and characterful shots so lets see what you budding photographers can do! Warhammer 40,000, Fantasy, Warmachine/Hordes, DUST, Bolt Action, Dropzone, Gates of Antares & Flames of War miniatures photos are welcome.

  • JL

    Against the Giants, White Plume Mountain and the immortal Tomb of Horrors are three of my favourite adventures ever. 2 of them penned by the original Dungeon Master himself, they are adventures every D&D player should experience at least once.

    I’d be very interested in seeing the updated versions to see if they maintained their respective degrees of lethality.

    • Wally

      Apparently tomb of horrors hasn’t really lost its teeth. I will know on thursday when my copy arrives 😀

  • Shawn

    BOLS completely missed the fact that WotC and Goodman games is redoing classic D&D modules in hardcover complete with the original and a new 5e version. Now who dropped the ball on this article?

    • This isn’t an article, it’s a picture of the day.

      • BClement

        Don’t use your logic – he can’t be OUTRAGED because the “article” is incomplete!

        It’s not like all the other “articles” titled “Tabletop Gallery” are just random pictures you guys use every single day.

        And it’s not like you guys didn’t already cover that almost 2 weeks ago or anything…

        http://www.belloflostsouls.net/2017/03/dd-classic-adventures-coming-5th-edition.html

        oh wait.

      • Shawn

        Sorry Haakon, and you to BClement, I wasn’t specific enough. I mean BOLS dropped the ball on the article I mentioned; that they didn’t pick it up and talk about it. The gallery photo would have been perfect for it.

  • dave long island

    The Village of Hommlet, The Slavers Series A1-4, Tomb of Horrors, The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh, Castle Amber, The Hidden Shrine of Toms-A-Watchin’-You and Ravenloft are the best AD&D modules, IMO. Had a lot of fun playing each of them. Great adventures! ***** Edited to include Ghost Tower of Inverness and of course White Plum Mountain!! Good Lord, can’t forget those two. Effin great adventures!!

    • bobrunnicles

      I prefer Professor Plum Mountain 😉

      • dave long island

        LOL… you would… you sicko..