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Moldvay Basic D&D - Mapping using Charater Movement Rates
I'm dusting off the Moldvay Red Basic Rulebook (1981) and taking a stab at figuring out some of the rules that I, frankly, didn't fully understand when I was a kid. On B19, under the MOVEMENT ...
Dec 1 '12 at 6:59
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