While definitive is a bit of a stretch, I say "Saazh-canth".Also, can anyone definitively tell me how the hell to pronounce Tsojcanth?
Adrian's site is pretty great, especially if you're trying to sort out boxed set contents, or look at back cover art/text.Great resource Allan!
I prefer it to the ToEE cover, myself.I had never seen this H2 before. Pretty sweet.
I love the sacrifice in the mono cover---in particular the blood drenching that has pooled at the base---but I also love the color cover too, and if I had to pick, I'd likely still go for Otus' EclavdraI bought the 1st printing of the D-series and thought I was alone in my fascination with the D3 cover. So hauntingly Lovecraft.
I've been waffling between Tzoh-dge Kanth and Tzoya Kanth.While definitive is a bit of a stretch, I say "Saazh-canth".
So I'm reviewing introductory adventure modules. Not the adventures, though, the cover art. My theory is that the tone for every edition is going to be reflected more accurately by that one illustration than by a dozen examples of play. Basic was easy, that's In Search of the Unknown, but what would you classify as the AD&D "introductory adventure"? Night Below and Sunless Citadel will be more obvious for later editions and I think I'm going to look at the start boxes/beginner boxes for the later adventures. Not looking forward to the generic mush of Lost Mine of Phandelver but I already know that's going to be very reflective of the edition its representing.