Council of Wyrms: THE OLD SCHOOL DRAGONS

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Today I wanted to share some photo comparisons of the dragons in the Council of Wyrms box set versus their old school counterparts. The artist, Arnie Swekel, clearly drew on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual when drawing many of his dragons.

It’s a full set, but my focus is on the dragon poster. It’s cool.

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Council of Wyrms [BOX SET]
1994 … TSR 1107 … ISBN 1560768576

Council of Wyrms available in the shop

Council of Wyrms available in PDF at DriveThruRPG


The Books and Cards

First a few photos of the rest of the set.

Council of Wyrms booksCouncil of Wyrms cards


The Other Posters

DSCN5519 Dragon Clans of Io’s Blood Islands (1107XXX0703)

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DSCN5536 Io’s Blood Island Chain (1107XXX0701)

The map of the Blood Islands is good-looking overall, but suffers in the details I think.

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I realize TSR intended this to be a generic supplement. But I think the place names – Weeping Plains, Watertown, Mountains…

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1 Response to Council of Wyrms: THE OLD SCHOOL DRAGONS

  1. Given that the Dragon poster is the item most-often missing from used Council of Wyrms sets, I reckon I’m not the only person enchanted with the dragon sketches.

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