A 2012 thread on Troll Lord Games’ site predicts we’ll never see Castle Zagyg in PDF.
Greg Svenson was given a play-test copy of D&D in the summer of 1973, while Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax laboured to finish the manuscript.
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The first product we published was Adventures Dark and Deep™, which was spawned from a post on my blog about Gary Gygax’s never-implemented plans for a second edition of AD&D.
Designers & Dragons: The ’70s is a comprehensive picture of the beginnings of the RPG industry.
It’s not just creator v creator history in the book. As you might expect, Game Wizards also looks at the Satanic Panic and not just at the problems that caused, but the advantages as well.
The DMs Guild has more than a PDF scan copy of Chainmail available. The print-on-demand softcover is also available. The bundle, with both, is also marked down.
Geek Native runs an RPG, fandom and geeky events calendar.
So we’re left to unearth these clues found scattered over their social media activities and one very sketchy press release.
Robert J. Kuntz is an author and game designer who played with Gary Gygax in that fateful demonstration by Dave Arneson of Blackmoor in 1972. He later went on to DM Gary Gygax.