Friday, February 15, 2013

New Revised OSRIC SRD - and it's Free (of course)

I think I've mentioned that I've been running an AD&D 1e / OSRIC campaign set it Rappan Athuk at least a handful of times. Why OSRIC? Because I can find my AD&D 1e rules in half the time. It really is a well laid out resource. I have the full sized softcover, the pocket sized softcover for reference at the table and the Player's Guide (in case I actually get to be a player at some point).

Now there is a revised OSRIC PDF. Updated 2nd Edition. How dare they put it out for free ;)

I love the OSR :)

(Big thank you to The Crazy GM for bringing this to my attention)


  1. When WotC released the premium anniversary editions of the 1st edition AD&D books, I considered picking them up. The big stop for me was the $100 price tag to pick up the three core books (Dungeon Master's Guide, Player's Handbook, Monster Manual). I remembered reading about how game rules were not protected under copyright (while their presentation is), so I started searching...

    I found OSRIC and am so glad I did! It's a fantastic resource. I've printed a copy for myself, but was delighted to see that you can pick up a hardbound copy for under $30, if so desired.

    It's great to be back behind the DM screen again.

  2. Is there a DM screnn/shield available for OSRIC?


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