Yesterday some of you asked me about the mini-D&D books I had on my shelves. They are really cool and I picked them about 10-12 years ago (it was before my kids were born I know that).
They were made by WotC and some Italian game company.
The info I have, from the box, is 21st Century Games, S.r.l. and they are located in Italy. I cna't find anything about them. Every so often you see them on Ebay and generally not too expensive.
They are small and really hard to read, but I really like them.
The three boxed sets I own. There was a Dragonlance one and a Realms one, but I did not get those. I think my FLGS still has the Realms one.
It is blury, but you can see the sets are complete, minus dice and the "Gateway to Adventure" catalog.
For an idea of scale here are my two Expert Sets.
And the expert books.
Even the backs are detailed. Even though they were made by (or at least for) WotC, all the info is TSR.
The Greyhawk boxed set is the coolest since the maps are portable.
Here are the books I got. I have heard there were more, but I have never been able to confirm that.
Compared to their "big brothers".
Anyone else have these?