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70sscifiart · 23 days ago
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Larry Elmore
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oldschoolfrp · 12 days ago
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Raistlin, Caramon, Earwig Lockpicker, and Sir Gawain free a ghost bound to a ruined keep (Larry Elmore, from Dragonlance story “Raistlin and the Knight of Solamnia” by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, Dragon 154, February 1990)
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thefugitivesaint · 19 days ago
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Larry Elmore, ''Dragon Magazine'', #267, Jan. 2000 Source
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Shadowrun 1st Edition (1989) Cover Art by Larry Elmore
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alphamecha-mkii · 20 days ago
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Star Frontiers: Knight Hawks Cover Art by Larry Elmore
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reyturnofbensolo · 5 months ago
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Daenerys and her dragons by Larry Elmore!
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mtg-art-daily · 6 days ago
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Seafloor Debris
Artist: Larry Elmore
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pulpsandcomics2 · 4 months ago
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Larry Elmore
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mtg-cards-hourly · 3 months ago
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Mana Clash
Artist: Larry Elmore TCG Player Link Scryfall Link EDHREC Link
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r0ll4initiative · a month ago
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Campaign 3 Prediction:
They’re switching to 2nd Edition. The first episode is 4 hours of them learning what THAC0 is. The whole fanart reel is Larry Elmore and Clyde Caldwell.
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oldschoolfrp · a month ago
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“Wraith’s Wrath,” “Death from the Swamp,” “Death from the Marsh” -- Larry Elmore has given this 1993 painting several different titles.  It appeared on the cover of the 1994 novel “Demon Blade” by Mark A Garland and Charles G McGraw, and was card #22 “Demon Blade” in the Elmore Colossal Cards set.
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manyworldspress · 9 months ago
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Larry Elmore, Bloodstone Lands, 1988.  Acrylic on board, 20 x 30 inches. Original cover illustration for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module FR5, Forgotten Realms: The Savage Frontier, by Paul Jaquays (TSR, 1988).
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vvyzzarde · 9 months ago
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Larry Elmore
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reyturnofbensolo · 4 months ago
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Larry Elmore!
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mtg-art-daily · 5 months ago
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Cave of the Frost Dragon
Artist: Larry Elmore
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pulpsandcomics2 · 5 months ago
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Larry Elmore
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vintagerpg · 11 months ago
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With Robbers and Robots (1983), Mike Carr arrests Endless Quests steady descent into the bottom of the trash bin. I like this one! Granted, it isn’t a crazy plot – someone is trying to steal a top secret robot from you’re uncle’s warehouse – but at least it isn’t doofy.  
This one is another Top Secret tie-in. In a nice addition, a map of the warehouse is provided, which makes decisions a bit easier to sort out. There is a nice veneer of 80s nostalgia here, with (Eastern European? Russian?) secret agents, arcade machines and robot fights throughout. Nothing spectacular happens here, but that is sort of the point. A couple of kids trying to outsmart a bunch of criminals is just low stakes enough to feel feasible while still being a summer daydream about adventure (and the core plot of The Goonies, I’d be remiss to not point out). Worth the read. Total cotton candy. Honestly, slight Tales from the Loop vibes.
Decent Elmore cover, again with shades of an Atari game box. Interiors by Vernon Posey. Never heard of him, but I think hes got a nice 80s sheen that makes an otherwise by the numbers book come alive.
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