During the last session of Epées & Sorcellerie, one of the PCs stripped off his armour to try and rid himself of an infestation of bugs. It struck me that it’d be useful to have a place on the character sheet for unarmoured Armour Class and Movement. So I’ve altered those areas and uploaded a new version of the E&S character sheet to the Downloads page.
The English translation of Épées & Sorcellerie (1st ed.) is now available on Amazon for only £5.49. It’s one of my favourite systems to run Sword & Sorcery RPGs. It’s a mix of OD&D and Chainmail using 2d6 task resolution. Recommended!
As well as getting my wargames table up and running, I’d like to play a lot more RPGs in 2016. 12 RPGs in 12 months. Or at least 12 different settings.
Here’s a selection of RPGs from my library that I’d like to give an airing. It’s been a wee while since I rolled dem bones!
Taskboy Games have released a guide on How to Hexcrawl compiled from the original sources. Ideal for trying out a mode of old school play!
I knew there were a lot of D&D Retroclones but when I clicked this link, I couldn’t believe my eyes!
I’m really intrigued by this RPG. For more info see here:
The Kefitzah Haderech – Incunabulum of the Uncanny Gates and Portals (to give it its full title) is now Pay-what-you-want on DriveThruRPG. Who knows what awaits you?
Does what it says on the tin.
A guide for new Dungeon Masters courtesy of the Hack & Slash blog.
Only 48 hours to go on Venger Satanis’ Kickstarter for his old school weird-fantasy adventure. It’s already successfully funded but if it gets some more last-minute love it’ll get an extra 16 pages of stretch goal goodness. Slurp!