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Sep 01

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oneterabyteofkilobyteage:

original url http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/2017/

last modified 1999-05-31 16:25:33

oneterabyteofkilobyteage:

original url http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/2017/

last modified 1999-05-31 16:25:33

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orgyscience:

I think david-pressler would like this one the most. 

orgyscience:

I think david-pressler would like this one the most. 

(via david-pressler)

Aug 31

artsytoad:

Moebius 

artsytoad:

Moebius 

(via 70sscifiart)

design-is-fine:

Mike Hinge, page from graphic magazine Heavy Metal, 1975/79. Via alphabettenthletter

design-is-fine:

Mike Hinge, page from graphic magazine Heavy Metal, 1975/79. Via alphabettenthletter

(via 70sscifiart)

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oldschoolfrp:

This 1981 ad for TSR’s Dragon Dice* touts the blister pack as a “pocket-sized carrying case” and grandly promises “a special die marker” (it’s a wax crayon).  Of more historic significance is the inclusion of both a d10 and a d20 that the ad claims is “the only die of the market numerically labeled 1-20”.
It was later that we started using two different colored d10s to roll d%, then later still after many arguments about which die to read first that we finally got dedicated percentile dice with a tens place die labeled 10-00.
Image via Grognardia, where James Maliszewski recalls 1981 as the first year he saw a die marked 1-20.
(*Not to be confused with TSR’s collectible dice game “Dragon Dice” introduced in 1995.)

oldschoolfrp:

This 1981 ad for TSR’s Dragon Dice* touts the blister pack as a “pocket-sized carrying case” and grandly promises “a special die marker” (it’s a wax crayon).  Of more historic significance is the inclusion of both a d10 and a d20 that the ad claims is “the only die of the market numerically labeled 1-20”.

It was later that we started using two different colored d10s to roll d%, then later still after many arguments about which die to read first that we finally got dedicated percentile dice with a tens place die labeled 10-00.

Image via Grognardia, where James Maliszewski recalls 1981 as the first year he saw a die marked 1-20.

(*Not to be confused with TSR’s collectible dice game “Dragon Dice” introduced in 1995.)

tierradentro:

Detail from Goya’s “Witches’ Sabbath”, 1789.

tierradentro:

Detail from Goya’s “Witches’ Sabbath”, 1789.

(via king-grandma)

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