Two days ago my computer decided to break down utterly. While I was writing, there was this loud electrical “zap” and all went black. And now the laptop is a very expensive letterpress.
I’ve managed to get my old laptop going and have transferred most of the content from the broken computer – thankfully I have a backup for most of the files.
However, in the process, the linked PDFs on this blog seem to have lost their links to the cloud. At the moment, I don’t have the time to repair them all, so if you find a broken link and would like a certain PDF, please post a comment and I’ll try to fix it for you.
Sorry about this good readers…
There’s a Basic version of Blood & Treasure coming out in the near future.
Read more at the author’s blog
FH&W style inspirational pic
Fantastic Heroes & Witchery is available again. Now in it’s 2.0 version.
Here’s a link to the game’s web page with more info.
The low-res free PDF has also been released in it’s 2.0 version. The earlier 2 pages per PDF page is gone, which will enhance reading on devices with smaller screens. In the free PDF the spell lists has been removed, so it’s still a little crippled, but I recommend all to have a peak. This is a very cool version of Ye Olde Game, especially if you, like me, are into Dark Fantasy.
And if you want the printed version it’s available from LULU in hardback as well as softback format, and a complete high-res PDF is going to be released at RPG.now.
Good news indeed 🙂
And now I feel I must give FH&W the “Flavors of the OSR”-treatment. Maybe as a 2-part blog post, as the new stuff and differences in this game are so profound, compared to most of the clones/simulacra/whatever-you-wanna-call-this-type-of-games…