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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Swords & Wizardry Continual Light "Pre-Release" has 140 Downloads in 11 Hours - Thank You!



To say I'm excited is an understatement. 140 downloads in 11 hours of the Swords & Wizardry Continual Light "Pre-Release" rules is simply awesome!

Its a pre-release because I've asked the community to give it a read through and let me know of any corrections needed or omissions there may be. I'm hoping to have a "final" copy ready to be uploaded to OBS this weekend. POD is planned. Pricing will be PWYW in either case.

http://bit.ly/SWCLprerelease

Original post with "Change Log"

I've included the following in the current working document for those (like me) that wish to use Swords & Wizardry Complete resources with Swords & Wizardry Continual Light:

CONVERTING SWORDS & WIZARDRY COMPLETE RESOURCES TO SWORDS & WIZARDRY CONTINUAL LIGHT 
There is a large amount of resources for Swords & Wizardry, the bulk of which is written for Swords & Wizardry Complete (SWC). The good news is, converting from SWC to SWCL is a snap if you follow these basic guidelines. 
Remember that SWCL defaults to a d6 for HD and basic weapon damage whereas SWC defaults to a d8. Therefore, do the following: 
Hit Dice / Hit Points - Decrease HP of SWC monsters by 1 HP per HD in published adventures. 
Damage Rolls / Dice Conversion - Use the following Chart: 
SWC Dice   SWCL Dice
1d12          1d6+2
1d10         1d6+1
1d8           1d6
1d6           1d6-1
1d4           1d3
1d3           1d2
Armor Class (AC) - remains unchanged.

5 comments:

  1. Converting the 1d4 and 1d3 looks a little odd. There seems to be a more logical progression using 1d3 and 1d6-2 respectively, flipping the values.

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    1. math made sense at 2 AM ;)

      1d3 and 1d3-1 now respectively

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  2. And anyone interested in the art used can find it on rpgnow by looking up my name,and you can get all of my art in that charity bundle

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  3. actually, a coin flip would avg 1.5, this averages 1.3 - but the coin flip would be easier ;)

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