I've been cleaning out my garage, which has many years of accumulated Goodman Games "treasure" in it. (And far too many boxes of gaming stuff, which is another story...) I've come across some little gems that the collectors may be interested in. No, these aren't for sale, but I thought some folks might be interested in seeing these items -- this is the kind of rare material that you need to really call your collection complete. I'll add to this thread as I finish cleaning out the garage...I'm sure there's more in there.
Here are a couple con specials that are hard to come by:
Here's the German translation of Idylls of the Rat King. The same company also translated The Dragonfiend Pact and Into the Wilds -- I'll post pics of those whenever they turn up:
This is DCC #51.5: The Sinister Secret of Whiterock. I'm sure many people have a copy, but do you have all three editions? We did this module for Free RPG Day, then released it to stores as a $2 module, and also gave away a bunch at Gen Con for free. You can see from the photos below that the prints are slightly different:
Here are the French translations of our 4E modules, Character Codex, and DM Campaign Tracker:
At each Gen con tournament we ran, we would print Player Packs for the participants. These were given out to the players, and they contained pregenerated characters and info for the PCs. The DMs would all get judges packs, which had the scoring sheets. Here are a couple examples of these:
Back in 2009 we published Tomb of the Blind God. This was the only 4E con special that we did, if I recall correctly. It was produced in two covers, the green cover (featuring Erol Otus art) and the white cover. The white cover was printed in a plain version (for D&D Experience), and two con versions (DunDraCon and GenghisCon), as well as a special Troll & Toad cover. The green cover was done in three versions: one for NTRPG (shown below), one for Gen Con, and one plain one for D&D Experience. This photo shows several of the covers (I haven't come across the plain and Gen Con green ones yet, but I'm sure they'll turn up).
And here's something from long, long ago. Some of you may know that the first product released by Goodman Games was Dinosaur Planet: Broncosaurus Rex. That game began as a miniatures game, which I originally pitched to an existing publisher. That publisher turned down the proposal...and thus was born Goodman Games. Here is the original proposal I sent to them:
Wow...that was a nice little trip down memory lane! We'll see what else the garage holds as I delve further in the coming weeks.