... and you're an azzhole. It's really that simple.
Mazes & Perils, the "retro RPG clone" that hit OneBookShelf yesterday is written by the same idjit that put out the short lived OSRIC Player's Reference. You remember, the one that had stolen artwork on it's cover.
That was a stealth release, without fanfare in the blogoshere as was this. I linked it because, generally speaking, more is better when it comes to our gaming options. I did wonder about the use of both "hobbit" and "halfling" on the same pages, as that was a sign of either bad editing or copy / pasting from original sources, but I really don't know the classic D&D books enough to recognize if the tables were being reused from the sources. Thanks to the research last nite (sorry, I was sleeping.. heh) by ADD Grognard, James from the Underdark Gazette and austrodavicus Mazes & Perils has been revealed as the cut-n-paste job and copyright violation it is.
Vincent Florio - This F-U is for you! Your first time not understanding the OGL and copyright laws were annoying yet forgivable, but you second time reveals you as the ass you are. Even if your defense is that you are a clueless ass, you are still an ass.
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