Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Monsterous Manual Easter Egg - Invisible Stalker Credits

Look up the Invisible Stalker in the book (pg. 208), you will see that the place reserved for the monsters image is completely blank. Now go all the way back to the beginning of the book and turn to the credits (before page numbers, but on page two if you count backwards) The last entry in the Interior Illustrations list is who drew the Invisible stalker. I never knew Tim Beach and Doug Stewart could draw that well.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 05-31-2002
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mz_bear82 writes:
You'll need the second edition of the Monstrous Manual.
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Izhido writes:
I didn't find it. I looked for the Invisible Stalker, but in my copy, it's not in page 208, but in 123. And the last entry in the "Interior Artists" is Anthony Waters. Which edition of the book do you have???
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Lord Draglon writes:
3rd Edition Dungeons and Dragons is SO much better than second edition. My Dark Elf will woop any of you FOOLS in battle!
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