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Friday, October 14, 2016

Deal of the Day - White Box Omnibus [Swords & Wizardry]

Disclosure - I am a huge fan of the Swords & Wizardry system. I am a close friend of +James Spahn . The White Box Omnibus for Swords & Wizardry is awesome in its own right.

For the next 24 hours the White Box Omnibus is on sale for $4.99 in PDF (normally $9.99).

What's in the White Box Omnibus?
Now you can get it all in one place! White Box Omnibus is a compilation of all the material found in White Box Companion, White Box Treasures, White Box Bestiary, White Box Adventures: The Wererat's Well, White Box Adventures: The Wizard's Tower, and White Box Adventures: The Dragon's Hoard
But wait, there's more! 
It includes twenty-five pages of new material never before published! Add a two-fisted monk to your adventuring party, experience the power of artifacts from ages past and encounter a plethora of new monsters! 
Bring your Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox campaign together with the Willow Valley Gazetteer! Over twenty pages of brand new material detailing the region where all these adventures are set. Easy to drop into any campaign, it'll add depth to the featured adventures and provide hooks for even more sword & sorcery thrills! Brave the Swamps of Sithiss or explore the Stoneaxe Citadel! Visit the halflings of Burrowmoor and help the citizens of Willowford find peace! 
Over 130 pages of Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox fun! 


  1. This sounds awesome!! I am currently looking for a S&W game to play in. I have not had the pleasure to play this game yet & am chomping @ the bits to do so.
    James Spahn is a hero of mine because it was the interview he did with the SOD podcast that first planted the idea of creating a RPG for folks not in the hobby.
    I have one request though Erik, could you possibly do a more in depth review of more of their products? I mean after you get done with the S&W lite product you are working on now.

  2. I've looked at it s couple of times, but passed. Jumped on it now. Thanks.