Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Cool, Cool Candles (NSI, 1983)

AD&D Candles 1983-1

AD&D Candles 1983-3

AD&D Candles 1983-2

They’re not just cool candles. They’re cool, cool candles. Do they represent the most obnoxiously irrelevant D&D product license ever to come to market, or does that honor go to the AD&D Woodburning Set, also from NSI? Either way, the candles are colorful, fun, and cool times two (times three, even!). I would like to line them up on my desk and light them while listening to First Quest: The Music.

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3 Responses to “<em>Advanced Dungeons & Dragons</em>: Cool, Cool Candles (NSI, 1983)”

  1. 1 Allison Bates September 16, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    I can see where this would be irrelevant, but the thought of fighting a dragon and, without consequence or harm to a normal miniature, being able to take out a lighter and set that dragon’s head on fire for the battle is fantastic. I can see these being really well used in certain campaigns.

  2. 2 2W2N September 17, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Yes. Fire (I mean real fire, not a fireball spell) is a great addition to any role-playing session, in my opinion. As long as that role-playing session is not at my house.

  1. 1 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Role Playing Dioramas (NSI, 1983) | 2 Warps to Neptune Trackback on March 9, 2016 at 6:56 pm

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