I made these player handouts for my own current Come to Daddy game and decided to share them.
There is on containing a summary of the Ritual of Banishment and one summary of what can be gleaned from Torgil’s Journal.
Available for free from DriveTHRU RPG or from here.
Don’t know what “Come to Daddy” is? Check here.
Coolest Swords & Wizardry cover evar…
I have gotten some feedback that my inclusion of “skill checks” (albeit clearly labeled as optional) in my self-published S&W adventures might not be in the vein of old school gaming.
I do realize that inclusion of skill checks in old school games is a bit controversial in some circuits, but it is how I play when using the S&W rules, and I wanted to include my own system as a variant rules option for those so inclined.
However, I hear you and in the future I will exclude skill checks in the S&W versions of my adventures, keeping it cleaner and more in line with the aesthetics of the old school crowd. I will also release an “Olde Grognard” PDF version of the already published modules, with the skill checks removed and instead publish a free PDF with optional skill check rules for S&W for those who enjoy such things.
Old Schoolers – dawnrazor has your grognard a**es covered 🙂
And with that I wish you all a nice weekend!
New logo by dawnrazor
Here’s a free Swords & Wizardry logo for you DIY types. Feel free to slap it onto the covers of the S&W stuff you publish. You have my explicit permission 🙂
There are versions for S&W Whitebox, Core and Complete in black text on white background, white text on black background and red text on white background.
Download logo pack here! (ZIP-file)
Also available at DTRPG
And we have two lucky winners of a printed pair (and PDFs) of these books – determined by the black d18:
Stu White and Mick Reddick *applause*
You will get an email from me where I will ask for a physical shipping address and preferred e-mail (for the PDFs). And of course which version of the books you prefer!
Please come back to me here or on Google Plus if there are any hiccups.
Congratulations guys 🙂
Next up will be the five (sic!) winners of PDF versions of the above!
Christmas Goat. By fellow Swede John Bauer.
About an hour ago (12.00 UCT+1) the admission to participate closed. And now we have 18 contestants for the 7 prizes!
18 is a good number, as I have a d18 lying in my DCC dice bag! Sometime this weekend I will roll for the winners.
Basically, I will enter the names into a numbered list in the order of your comments on the blog.
I will then randomly roll for (i) print winners (2) and (ii) PDF winners (5). Any double results will be ignored and rolled again until we have the stipulated number of winners.
The winners will be announced in a new post on this blog and I will then contact all winners to get contact info for shipping etc.
And remember – if you win – please consider writing about the advenures! It can be a session recap from play or a review.
That’s it from Lazy Sod Press today.
And Happy New Year to all gamers!