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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Seven of the Ten Bestselling Titles on RPGNow are OSR Titles


Wow. Look at the above screenshot.

#1 - Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea

#2 - The Forbidden Caverns of Archaia

#3 - White Star: Galaxy Edition

#5 - Villains & Vigilantes 3.0 Mighty Protectors

#8 - B/X Essentials: Core Rules

#9 - BLUEHOLME: Journeyman Rules

#10- Wormskin Issue #7

7 out of 10 of the current best sellers at RPGNow are OSR / Old School releases. Interesting.

One DriveThruRPG? 1 out of 10.



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10 comments:

  1. It is truly a wonderful time to be alive.

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  2. Nice to see Necrotic Gnome with two spots. We all have our favourites, they, New Big Dragon and LotFP are among mine. I also heartily endorse Sine Nomine, but Kevin is so superlative that it's hardly worth mentioning.

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  3. Michael Thomas! BLUEHOLME! We can remember back to the days when he put out a couple of page PDF with rules going 4-9 just for fun. And look at him now! It shows what passion and patience can accomplish.

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  4. There must be some mistake. No one buys OSR stuff!

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  5. I don't understand something; are DTRPG and RPGNOW the same company? My account works for both; what's the deal with the two different websites?

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  6. The things retired grognards spend their pension on. ;)

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  7. Okay, I found the answer; the merged in 2007, DTRPG is more big publisher (historically) and RPGNOW is more indie (historically).
    https://www.reddit.com/r/rpg/comments/md3ga/whats_the_difference_between_rpgnow_and/

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  8. Awesome. I have Art in #1 and #9.... though i cannot claim responsibilty for their heavy sales!

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  9. Traveller not old school enough?

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