El Raja Key Archive

The El Raja Key Archive contains a treasury of high resolution images of adventures, maps, and notes from the roleplaying game collection of game designer Rob Kuntz.

Rob was there when Dungeons & Dragons was created and served for years as Gary Gygax's own Dungeon Master as well as his co-DM for the Original Greyhawk Campaign. With the Archive you will have the opportunity of a lifetime to peek behind the veil of history to play and discover what it was like in those early days of D&D through the artifacts of time. 

The Archive is an interactive, searchable, fully indexed, virtual museum of roleplaying game artifacts from the dawn of the Dungeons & Dragons game! Along with the high resolution images of these treasures is extensive historical commentary that is fully linked to our searchable index.

Screen Capture of operating El Raja Key Archive

The El Raja Key Archive running on Internet Explorer browser.

It can be used on virtually any computer (Mac or PC) and operating system (Microsoft, MacOS, Linux, etc.) that has a DVD drive (or optionally, a USB port). The Archive uses your internet browser interface to navigate just like surfing the 'net. It can even be uploaded to an Android device, such as your phone or tablet.

The El Raja Key Archive running on Firefox browser.

We have put together a Selection Guide to help you choose which edition of the El Raja Key Archive you wish to purchase. Click here on Selection Guide or on the side navigation panel to the left.

DISCLAIMER (Appears on All Products)

These products are a presentation of original historical materials of game play from 1971 and later.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons®, Dungeons & Dragons®, AD&D®, D&D®, RPGA®, World of Greyhawk®, and Greyhawk Castle® are registered trademarks or copyrighted names of Wizards of the Coast® and are used only in relation to the author's historical association with those terms. The use of these terms owned by Wizards of the Coast® are for historical purposes under fair-use and make no claim to IP ownership.

All copyright notices, dated 1971-2016, refer to the personal IP of Robert J. Kuntz and are not challenges to Wizards of the Coast's® copyrights or trademarks.