Saturday, October 15, 2016

Swords & Wizardry Light goes to Print Today

The files for Swords & Wizardry Light get sent to the printer today. It will be printed on material similar to that of the Swords & Wizardry Complete GM Screen and made to act as a protective folder of sorts for your notes and materials. Heck, it can even act as a GM screen in a pinch.

Any remaining mistakes are mine and mine alone.

The unsung heroes here are +Zach Glazar and +James Spahn . Omissions caught and suggestions made, the final product owes much to these two.

Probably one of my favorite suggestions was combining the Wizard Lock and Knock spells. Not only does it save on space, it adds versatility to a low level magic-user. I'll be houseruling this no matter what version of Swords & Wizardry (or any other old school game) that I run in the future.

I'm giddy.

Can't you tell? Heh


  1. Scott Swift, the Alpha of Grammar, spent about an hour on the phone with me cleaning up the tiny details. It looks very nice thanks to his help even though that is how he spends most Fridays :)

  2. Printing a light guide like this on heavy stock is sheer genius. Great idea. Who did layout?

    1. Zach did the layout.

      I'll share credit with Zach for the "sheer genius" part ;)

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  4. Love the idea of printing this like a "folder". Certainly makes it more desirable to me!

  5. Cool.
    Hopefully I'll see one in print some day. Looking forward to it :)


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