I'm a huge fan of OpenQuest. I jumped on the earlier editions when they released, and its one of the few non-old school D&D derived rulesets I feel comfortable with. Needless to say, I'm backing for the latest edition, but this time I want a signed copy ;)
OpenQuest is a straightforward, easy to play D100 role-playing game.
Inspired by the tremendous D100 rulesets put out in the late 1970s and 1980s, OpenQuest uses the Legend SRD as a base and includes innovations from more recent indie RPGs to give it a modern edge.
The first edition of OpenQuest came out in Summer 2009. This version of the game refines and updates the text of the game, making it more straightforward to use than ever before.
You can back for as little as 13 bucks for the year PDF & POD.
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Yep, I backed at the signed copy level as well. I'm anxious to see how Newt's new edition comes together.ReplyDelete
I've always' hoped Newt would merge OpenQuest with Crypts & Things. Ditch the bronze age and embrace the Sword & Sorcery Newt.ReplyDelete