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Justin Stewart
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Incidentally, does anyone understand the new weapon and armor rules in the playtest notes from EC? Honestly, I might ignore that bit if I do get around to using these characters, just because I don't really get that part yet.

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Meatlandia is back, newly improved and this version is directly compatible with +Gavin Norman's gruesome Vivimancer. The pdfs are on special from now until Halloween, with print bundles to follow.
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What happened to Sagas 1 through 6? Alternatively, what the heck is an Elnard?

https://dragonsgonnadrag.blogspot.com/2018/10/how-to-7th-saga-up-your-next-adventure.html

P.S. If you're crazy enough to actually want to play this game (like me), you might want to check this out:
https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/264/
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http://www.paperspencils.com/2018/09/30/discovering-dungeon-moon-base-camp/

The surface of Dungeon Moon is divided into six mile hexes. This is a literally true thing in the world of the game. Characters can travel to the little 3 foot walls which divide each hex from its neighbor. Unlike a natural planetary body with a gradually curved surface, Dungeon Moon is visibly “hinged” at the boarders to each hex.

By default the surface of each is a blank desert of grey flagstone, but six out of every seven hexes were zoned for development. Any of the moon’s many resident wizards could apply to The Neverborn for permission to alter these, and The Neverborn rarely refused. It would not be uncommon to have a lush rainforest on one side of a 3′ wall, and an arid desert on the other.
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Here's the official Instagram page for The Hateful Place, an OSR game I'm really fond of. I don't see people talking about it much, which is a shame.

https://www.instagram.com/the_hateful_place/
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I want to check out this adventure now. It would be cool to see it remade OSR-style. Anyway, this is a cool post.
http://www.paperspencils.com/2018/09/16/looking-back-at-the-standing-stone-by-john-d-rateliff/
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I'm thinking about filling a copy of the art-free version of the LotFP rules with concept/promotional/manual art from classic video games. I think it would be a fun little project, and It would give me a very aesthetically pleasing version of the rules to show to people in settings where the official art might unfortunately be...frowned upon.

Does anybody have any suggestions? Here's a ton of cool Legend of Zelda and/or Katsuya Terada art I've found:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/albums/72157634681811319/page1

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/sets/72157634694038371

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/albums/72157629221232021

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/sets/72157629221285423

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/sets/72157629221314979

https://www.flickr.com/photos/historyofhyrule/sets/72157629221332745
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