Title: Lost Tamoachan Type: Adventure Author: Harold Johnson & Jeff R. Leason Published: Format: 26 loose pages w/cover. Tamoachan is a tournament adventure with a strong Mesoamerican theme. Originally run at Origins ’79, it later became the first in the “C”ompetition series. One of the things that he found was a module that he had gotten from Harold Johnson back in , Lost Tamoachan: The Hidden Shrine of Lubaatum (a.

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The Hidden Shrine is part of the ancient ruined city of Tamoachan, once the northernmost capitol of the Olman empire, which covered much of the southern continent centuries before current history began.

It also includes an illustrated booklet with fifteen pictures depicting various loost of the shrine to be shown to the players at the appropriate time. Upon poking around the web, he discovered that of the printed for Origins 79, only 38 his would be the 39th are known to be in existence.

Very well used, but complete and useable. If you own the copyright to any of the material on this site and would like said material to be removed, please contact 2warpstoneptune [at] gmail [dot] com.

Lost Tamoachan (Limited Edition Collector’s Edition #72) – AD&D 1st Ed – Noble Knight Games

A “minus” sign indicates the opposite. If excessively worn, they will be marked as “card worn. Picture to the right is of the actual module for sale. Islands of the Undead Legion. May have medium sized creases, scuff marks, very small stain, etc. Follow 2 Warps to Neptune Join 1, other followers. Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition.


“Lost Tamoachan”…found!

Dark Sun Dark Sun: Rise of the Runelords [ITA]. For example, “SW NM ” means shrink wrapped in near-mint condition. This copy is 72 of For those who tamoacchan, save your [money] and make your own shrine. One of the things that he found was a module that he had gotten from Harold Johnson back inLost Tamoachan: I offered to spread the word for him through my channels, in hope of drumming up a bit more interest from collectors for this rarity.

The first version published for sale to the tamoadhan public in was titled The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan and bore the module code C1. Home Back to Results. Originally printed for the Origins International Game Expo[2] the module was made available to the general public in This is one of the rarer versions of this module because it is numbered in black ink. May have flaws such as tears, pen marks or highlighting, large creases, stains, marks, a loose map, etc.

After all these years, his effectiveness has not diminished. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: In most cases, boxed games and box sets do not come with dice.

Some slight light spotting along the spine and edge. On the other hand, I think he may have been responsible for the cover of Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun…. Leasonwas printed as a thirty-two page book and an eight-page book with an outer-folder and a two-color cover illustrated by Erol Otusand featured illustrations by Otus and Darlene Pekul. Dark Avenger Chapter 1. Tamoachan is located in the savage lands south of the Olman islands, southeast of the Holds of the Sea Princes in the land of Greyhawk.


AdvAb Journey to Whitehawk Mountain. This special numbered collector’s edition copies in print contains background information, referee’s notes, a large four-level map and reference matrices.

Still in the original factory shrink wrap, with condition visible through shrink noted.

Wizards of the Coast. Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: Due to the nature of loose counters, if a game is unplayable it may be returned for a refund of the purchase price. The player characters explore a stepped pyramid deep in the heart of a tropical jungle—the Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan. Back corner creased, some light spine takoachan. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: Most unusual for Greyhawk modules, the adventure therefore references Aztec gods such as Quetzalcoatl and others.

Images via Tome of Treasures and eBay. Retrieved from ” https: Conversion to NeverWinter Nights required some changes to the original module.