Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Latest Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day Posts - Volume 2 :)



RPG Delisi - Swords & Wizardry - Bugün 17 Nisan, Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day. Bu yüzden bugünkü yazım, bugüne değer veren diğer 138 blog gibi bu güzel oyun hakkında olacak. Swords & Wizardry (Bundan sonra S&W olarak geçecek) Matt Finch tarafından OGL...

The Space Cockroach's Hideout - Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day: Character Backgrounds -  Backgrounds - The following guidelines may be of assistance to flesh out a character's background and non-adventuring capabilities without involving complex rules or extensive skill-lists.

Bat in the Attic - Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day - Bodenberg Castle - I chose to use Swords and Wizardry as the foundation for my Majestic Wilderlands supplement because of all the retro-clones it was the one I felt to be the closest to an ur version of the world's most popular roleplaying game. And the easiest to use as a foundation for the type of supplement I was writing. Matt Finch did a great job in writing Swords and Wizardry.

Spes Magna Games - O is for Old School - It’s Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day! So, here goes: I appreciate Swords & Wizardry. Seriously. In a moment, I’m going to tell you why, but before I do, let me try to make something clear...

Edgar's Game Blog - Appreciating Swords and Wizardry for the First Time - I have a confession to make. I agreed to do this blogswarm thing about Swords and Wizardry without ever actually having read the book or played the system. In fact, I haven't played any OD&D in my life...

The Ongoing Campaign - {Obscure Games} Swords & Wizardry - Of all the retroclones, Swords & Wizardry was the most interesting to me from the start. Where Labyrinth Lord and OSRIC presented the rules very closely to the source, S&W chose to make a couple of significant changes that streamlined play...

The Clash of Spear on Shield - Swords & Wizardry Appreciation, Seven Magic Items, Day Four - The Eye of the Storm is a beautifully cut round amethyst, with dark swirls within it. The holder of the Eye may call upon the power of the storm...

Sorcerer Under Mountain - Why Swords & Wizardry is my Retroclone of choice - As part of Swords &Wizardry Appreciation Day. This post is an attempt to explain briefly why Swords &Wizardry is my Retro clone (a reversed engineered version of one of the earlier editions of D&D using the D20 Systems Resource Document) of choice.

19th Level - Balancing Classes in Swords & Wizardry - Game balance. It's a tricky concept in RPGs. D&D 3rd and 4th editions made a very strong effort to balance the character classes with one another as well as to balance encounters. For my purposes, they went too far...

Blood & Battle -  Variant rules for running a Humanoid Campaign compatible with the Swords & Wizardry game - Using these variant rules for Swords & Wizardry, you can create characters who are orcs, bugbears, goblins, gnolls, and half-orcs. Classes available are Barbarian, Shaman, Witch Doctor, Sneak, and Warrior.





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