TSR Dungeons & Dragons 1977 Outdoor Geomorphs, incomplete, 4th Print, ex-library

RARE, IN-DEMAND PARTIAL SET OF "OUTDOOR GEOMORPHS" WAS ORIGINALLY FROM A JUNIOR-HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY, OF ALL PLACES! O.o
Spurred on by the moderate success of the loose-leaf Dungeon Geomorphs sets, originally made for Original Dungeons & Dragons, TSR decided to follow with a new series of Outdoor Geomorphs, which while not having the "sample dungeon encounters", did have more sheets as well as a four-page glossy folder that described generic D&D city making in detail. It even included a drawing of a city that waas supposed made by Gary Gygax himself. However, this "Set One: Walled city" product did not sell very well, so plans for having additional sets was scrapped. with the development of Basic D&D and Advanced D&D in the same year this set was released (1977) these loose-leaf accessories became increasingly obsolete. Nevertheless, this rather obscure product is always in demand, even for partial sets like this one.Outdoor Geomorphs had far fewer sales than the standard three Dungeon Geomorphs sets, so this has become something of a rarity.
Ex-school library copy (!) of Outdoor Geomorphs contains six uncut pages, and one page missing 1/3 of the content. Presumably the rest were lost in what must have been a blatant violation of the school library's rules. The four-page glossy folder has been punched near
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