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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Famoachan form Search this site. Post a new comment. The Aztec art looks damn convincing, and the shadow of the wings on the walls is the kind of detail that separates Otus from other artists.

C1 – The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan (CEP Version)

Retrieved August 12, May show very small spine creases or slight corner wear. Conversion to NeverWinter Nights required some changes to the original module. His stuff really does belong in a museum. Pages using deprecated image syntax Articles to be expanded from March All articles to be expanded Articles using small message boxes. This copy is 72 of The first version published for sale to the general public in was titled The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan and bore the module code C1.


Images via Tome of Treasures and eBay. You can help by adding to it. For those who don’t, save your [money] and make your own shrine. May have flaws such as tears, pen marks or highlighting, losh creases, stains, marks, a loose map, etc.

InWizards re-released the adventure updated to the 5th Edition rules as part of the Tales from the Yawning Portal collection. Dark Sun Dark Sun: Harold Johnson Jeff R. Yes, Tharizdun was sort of an takoachan to it. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Rise of the Runelords [ITA]. Wizards of the Coast. Although the map and rules are detailed, they are also confusing. That was Karen Nelson. You are commenting using your WordPress. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft.

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Bambra noted the adventure’s “Central and South American flavour”, and “setting Ordinarily, I would never post something like this, but I figured that the rarity and sheer geekiness would be of interest to some of you.

The artwork depicts a creature battling a group of adventurers.

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The module was renamed upon wide release inwith front and back covers by Erol Otus. I think the modules are related story-wise. Most unusual for Greyhawk modules, the adventure therefore references Aztec gods such as Quetzalcoatl and others. Otus did the front cover of the edition as well.


Needless to say, feel free to cross-post and link if you so wish. Beat you to it. The module was the first to introduce players to the Olman culture of the World of Greyhawka society loosely based on AztecMayanand other sources.

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Lost Tamoachan (Limited Edition Collector’s Edition #72)

A Dance with Rogues Part Two. Dark Avenger Chapter 1. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition. 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. This is one of the rarer versions of this module because it is numbered in black ink. Create new account Request new password.