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Palace of the Vampire Queen (Classic Reprint)


VintageCollection.pngPrecis Intermedia brings back the first known commercially-published adventure for the original Roleplaying Game (First Edition/OD&D/0E). Originally released in 1976 by Wee Warriors, Palace of the Vampire Queen is a 5-level dungeon with what was called pre-factored creatures and treasures (in other words, this is essentially a stocked dungeon). While hit points are provided for the creatures, the First Edition RPG or an OSR equivalent (B/X recommended) is required for actual rules and their descriptions.

For three centuries, the peasants of the Dwarvish island of Baylor have feared the raids of the Vampire Queen and her minions. Sweeping down at night from the palace in the shrouded peaks of the island, they range ever farther in their search for blood. The most recent victim was the Princess of Baylor, daughter of King Arman, who was taken in a midnight raid. King Arman has offered fabulous riches and land holdings with titles to the person or persons who can brave the stronghold of the Vampire Queen and return his daughter to him alive and well. 

This piece of gaming history is a must for collectors and old school gamers. With the original on the extremely rare list, this classic reprint of Palace of the Vampire Queen has been remastered for a clean print, and is readily available at a low cost. 

Note: SFW (safe for work) version of cover image is displayed by default, but NSFW (not safe for work) image can be toggled in the PDF (requires Adobe Reader or other PDF viewer that can handle layers).

Wee Warriors and Palace of the Vampire Queen are trademarks of Precis Intermedia. All rights reserved.

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Part of the the Wee Warriors Dungeon Kit series (1975-1977)

The Endless Dungeon     Palace of the Vampire Queen The Dwarven Glory The Misty Isles     The Misty Isles

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Cedric A January 27, 2021 4:42 am UTC
Is the reprint totally accurate to the original? Level 2 is missing a section describing Room 32, and I'm curious if that's a hold-over from the original (in which case, neat, if mildly annoying!) or if it's an error that crept in during the otherwise fantastic remastering process. Either way, would you happen to know what the line for Level 2, Room 32 is? I didn't see any other missing rooms, but I only gave it a quick glance over.
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Brett B January 27, 2021 2:07 pm UTC
It is accurate with the exception of correcting a few typos. Room Lvl2, 32 was missing in the original. It's either empty or open to customization. If you get The Dwarven Glory (the next in the series), the original was missing an entire section, which has been added as a bonus.
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Cedric A January 27, 2021 8:21 pm UTC
Ah, neat! I was curious because Room 3 declares it has orcs in it, so it seems to me like some thought was put into what's in there. Thanks for the info.
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Brett B January 27, 2021 8:27 pm UTC
This is probably how the first adventures were played, essentially being dungeons of stuff, rather than focusing on the modern-day narratives behind them.
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Joshua G October 09, 2020 12:28 pm UTC
LOL I just was looking at this and noticed the toggle NSFW on the side bar. I got a huge chuckle out of the cover. Thanks
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Brett B October 13, 2020 1:40 am UTC
Got to be true to the original, even though the image was redone :)
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Dwight F August 02, 2020 4:11 am UTC
Will a PoD come?
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Brett B August 02, 2020 2:26 pm UTC
You can order a print version at
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This title was added to our catalog on December 12, 2019.