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Kevin Serafini
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I'm planning on reworking one of the adventures of my campaign into Swords & Wizardry with an eye on publishing it. We played it using OD&D, but I think I'm going to convert to White Box.

Anyways, I have two questions.
1. I assume that I need to include the OSR license stuff in my publication. Can I just use the standard one in the S&W books?
2. Are there any issues with using classes from other publications? For example, I have a druid that I created based on the RC druid. Could I use the druid from the White Box Omnibus if I give credit?

I think that's all for now. I'm not really interested in making money, but I think it would be cool to actually publish something on DriveThruRPG. I'm sure I'll have more questions over time. :)

Quick question for folks...

I'm looking to start a campaign with a few folks that are relatively new to role playing. What do folks think is the best way to go:
* White Box + White Box Omnibus
* Core/Complete

I love the simplicity of the White Box, but it feels like Complete has more material (Tome of Horrors, Monstrosities, etc.).

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Losheimergraben: Prelude, a Flames of War Scenario
This is the second of three scenarios that cover the fighting around Losheimergraben on the first day of the Battle of the Bulge. This action takes place around the same time as the fight at Buchholz Station. It happened in the woods southeast of Losheimerg...
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Losheimergraben: Prelude, a Flames of War Scenario
This is the second of three scenarios that cover the fighting around Losheimergraben on the first day of the Battle of the Bulge. This action takes place around the same time as the fight at Buchholz Station. It happened in the woods southeast of Losheimerg...
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Cold Wars: Muskets & Tomahawks Tournament I played in a small Muskets & Tomahawks tournament at Cold Wars this past weekend. M&T is a set of skirmish rules focusing on the French & Indian War that was fought in North America in the 1750s and 60s. The game h...
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Ghost Panzer: Quick Out of the Box Review
I picked up Ghost Panzer over Christmas break. It is the sequel to Screaming Eagles, part of the Band of Brothers series by Worthington Games. I played the learning scenarios a couple of times, and while I did a few things wrong, I definitely thought that t...
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First harvest from the garden!
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