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AD&D 2nd edition didn't have the legs that AD&D 1st edition did. Combined sales of the 1st edition DMG and PHB actually went up at first, selling over 390,000 in 1980, over 577,000 in 1981, over 452,000 in 1982, and 533,000 in 1983 before finally sliding to just over 234,000 in 1984, at the time when TSR began its first crisis. AD&D 2nd edition Edit In Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition, THAC0 replaced the to-hit charts as the primary method to determine a hit. These rules are described in Player's Handbook (2e) (1989), p.89 and Player's Handbook (2e revised) (1995), p.119. Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Resources & Links Page.