Friday, 13 December 2013

Download: 52 Pages 1.0

It's here. All 52 Pages. Download link on the right (or here if you're lazy). I even cleaned up the treasure table so it has a little more breathing room and an example.

Devil on the cover makes it Old School.
At the end, all I can say is that there are many rulebooks out there for this kind of stuff, but none like this. Enjoy.

19 comments:

  1. Congratulations! This is an inspiring work.

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  2. I don't know if the world needs another classic fantasy role-playing game, but it definitely needs more nicely presented publications like yours :)

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  3. Great! Like the fresh ideas and the optical lay out. Comes great together as a bundle

    Oh, and page 17 under stealth, there is a (see p. **) placeholder.

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  4. My son has been talking about playing DnD for a while, I'm planning to give him this and say nothing more and see what he does with it.

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  5. Congratulations! It's been really inspiring to watch you work on this. I, too, think I will give it to a young person I know and see what happens. Staples Copy Center, here I come!

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  6. Outstanding! I've been following the progress of this for quite a while now - definitely one of the most interesting and creative rpgs i've seen in years.

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  7. That's really cool. Congrats on finishing this!

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  8. Congratulations! I think you did a great job, and I don't want the next thing I say to dissuade you from thinking that it isn't a totally awesome thing you did!

    My brain melted trying to parse stuff on the pages! I'm sure the layout works for some people but to my eyes, it's a busy collection of letters and colored icons!

    @_@

    Again, awesome job. I'm sure my reaction to it is not the same as most people.

    --Dither

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  9. This is fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. just downloaded it - I'll definitely use bits and pieces for houseruling!

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  11. I like your work very much! I will probably modify this ruleset with my own house rules but it is a very good base for old school playing.

    One mistake I noticed - Page 45 (Treasure) - it looks like the example has adjustments inversed: Ten vases should be +2, good craft +1
    (But the example itself is very helpful - treasure rules are a bit complicated.)

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  12. Congrats on finishing! You put a lot of work into that. I think people look at custom rulesets the wrong way, thinking we have sufficient choices available, so don't start. I take a more academic view and think that every serious DM should do this. That's how you learn the rules inside and out and that's how you share fresh ideas, like yours throughout, with others. Thanks!

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  13. Congratulations! I've really been looking forward to this. Thanks for all the hard work and great ideas that went into this.

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  14. A.) I really dug what you did here.

    B.) I totally stole some of the artwork to make DIY equipment tokens that are available here: http://deathandaxes.blogspot.com/2013/12/in-stock-at-fantasy-shop.html

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  15. Fantastic work. Love the layout, icons and ideas.

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  16. Great job! I'm going to incorporate a tweaked version of your critical hits rules into my own campaign.

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