Sunday, August 7, 2011
HEROic D&D and Enigmundia: Actual Document Writing
Labels: real life
Also, I was interested in the Liber Zero posts [ 1 | 2 | 3 ]by Talysman which seems to be an approach that saves up on the space of writing a whole set of rules by just creating tables, being concise, and noting where your rules differ from the established ones.
Which I suppose is fine if I tackle a more readily available source of rules like Labyrinth Lord (free!) or OSRIC (free!). But what if you gotta buy it?
And, in typical unfocused Gamer ADD fashion, I'm thinking of just doing reviews on all my current retroclone copies to decide. AGH!
What madness has taken root here?