Its Day Eleven of OSR Christmas. Before we get to today's festivities, let's find out who is the recipient of yesterday's awesome gift.
I would do a drum roll but that doesn't work so well on a blog post. Oh well.
skeetyrbug - congrats. Email me at tenkarsDOTtavernAT that gmail thing and we'll get you hooked up.
Now for today's gift. We are giving away Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells in Print (the PDF is PWYW, so everyone should grab a copy). This print copy was donated by the author of SS&SS and will be mailed out by me. The US Postal service will be cursing me out next week ;)
Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells is a rules-light, sword & sorcery, old school role playing game inspired by the original fantasy RPG and the Old School Renaissance movement as well as the stories by such authors as Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, H.P. Lovecraft, Fritz Leiber and Michael Moorcock. With this book, you and your friends will be able to play exciting adventures with bold barbarians, witty thieves and cunning sorcerers without worrying about complex rules and tiresome preparations.
ATTENTION! Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells is not a Simulacrum of an older edition of the world’s most famous fantasy RPG! Although inspired by the original game and the OSR movement, the game was designed to be have its own unique system, more suitable to the Sword & Sorcery genre the author has in mind. The following author's work inspired the mechanics of this game: Gary Gygax, Dave Arneson, David Black, Christian Mehrstam, John Cocking, Peter S. Williams, Joseph Goodman, Harley Stroh, Jason Morningstar, Ian Livingstone, Steve Jackson, Simon Washbourne, Kevin Crawford, Sandy Petersen, Mike Manson, Jay Little, James M. Spahn, Ben Milton.Comment on this post before 8 AM Eastern Time, December 24th, 2016 to be in the running for Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells, if Santa picks you :)
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+James Spahn is giving away 12 prizes over 12 days and all you need to do is comment on one blog post. You will need to follow the instructions carefully if you want a chance to be gifted.
Note: You MUST comment on the Halfling's Luck blog. This post it just to let you know where to go.
I'm in, looks like a fun one.ReplyDelete
Nice. hadn't seen this one before...ReplyDelete
Ready to win big!ReplyDelete
Haw the PWYW copy, but a print copy would be sweet.ReplyDelete
I wouldn't mind:)ReplyDelete
Looks interesting, I enjoy looking at new rules systems.ReplyDelete
Dude, I don't even know what this is, but I want it!ReplyDelete
Ho ho ho!!!ReplyDelete
Mine! Mine! Mine!ReplyDelete
Yup, I'm in.ReplyDelete
I'm in again!ReplyDelete
By Crom, I do wish the Krampus brings this to me this year.ReplyDelete
Looks cool. Thank you and Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
This is my lucky day?ReplyDelete
Sweet looking old school styleReplyDelete
If not from you, I will get it the next time lulu has the free shipping couponReplyDelete
Crom count the dead!ReplyDelete
Oooh, this sounds interesting. Grabbing a pdf, even if I don't win this.ReplyDelete
I'll enter into this fray.ReplyDelete
Looks interesting, I am in!ReplyDelete
In it to win itReplyDelete
I haven't heard much about this one, but it certainly looks neat!ReplyDelete
SS&SS is definitely worth reading! I've really enjoyed my read-thru of the PDF and hope to have my group play it soon.ReplyDelete
Looks interesting in PDF, but I'm always in for a print copy of cool stuff. Many thanks!ReplyDelete
Merry Eve of Christmas Eve!ReplyDelete
This looks like fun. Good luck everyone.ReplyDelete
Best of luck all.ReplyDelete
In it to win itReplyDelete
Just listened to a podcast about this, looks cool.ReplyDelete
Merry OSR Christmas!ReplyDelete
Oh me, me, me. Please.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Xmas.
Intriguing - this one flew completely under my radar. PDF is downloading as we speak . . .ReplyDelete
Woohoo! Have this PDF and would love the print version to accompany it!ReplyDelete
Hmm... Very intrigued by this one.ReplyDelete
Count me in.ReplyDelete
Sword and Sorcery ? Me likey !ReplyDelete
been eyeing this one, look awesome.ReplyDelete
Looks truly intriguing.ReplyDelete
Seems like a great one here!ReplyDelete
Let's try for a win!ReplyDelete
Howdy, this one looks really interesting, count me in please!ReplyDelete
I'll toss my hat into the ring!ReplyDelete
May you avoid the KrampusReplyDelete
This is a pretty great game!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the opportunities for gifts. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete