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Is the writer still around?

So because of the wifi at work doesn't like mewe I have to post this on here.

Has anyone took the classes from whitebox gothic and turned them into types?

I know +James Spahn did a Witchfinder

Had anyone been using the to hit modifiers from White Box?

Did it one of our venerable knights create a new OSR logo?

I would like to use it for my project

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So, I have been thinking a lot about the starting AC in LotFP and I really like the idea of it starting at 12 rather then 10. In addition to shields giving a +1 for melee and a +2 to ranged.

I am curious what is the idea or theory behind the AC of 12?

A lot of other OSR games use the same armor bonuses as LotFP in addition to the same attribute bonuses, etc. Would I be able to transfer over the armor system without skewing the math?

So, I was flipping through my various OSR books and I opened my LotFP and I was looking at the attribute bonuses, to hit bonuses, and the armor section. Those sections seem to match Untold Adventures.

The only difference in LotFP is an Unarmored opponent starts at AC 12 instead of AC 10.

If I house ruled in Untold Adventures that AC starts at 12 would that screw up the rest of the math?

Thoughts? Opinions?

Has anyone designed a Death Knight/Black Knight type?

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Does anyone have any Chaos Cup Swag from previous years that they arnt attached to?
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