Well, although Best Left Buried declares itself as "old-school fantasy-horror tabletop roleplaying", I can't identify the old-school RPG it is seeking to emulate. Still, you can peek at what is essentially the Best Left Behind SRD and decide for yourself if you like what you see before buying in. I find the D6-based system interesting enough to put down just over 20 bucks, and it might become another option for convention and pick-up games for me.
Cryptdigger! This all-new Best Left Buried Bundle presents Best Left Buried, the rules-light fantasy horror tabletop roleplaying game from SoulMuppet Publishing where the monsters are scary and the players are scared. Players take the role of Cryptdiggers, professional dungeon-divers who venture underground in search of riches. Cryptdiggers brave dark tunnels, solve cryptic puzzles, and face terrifying monsters. Characters who survive might be permanently changed by their experience. They are often broken, beaten, and diminished – as ruined as the crypts themselves.
Pay just US$7.95 to get the DRM-free .PDF Deeper compilation, funded in a September 2020 Kickstarter campaign, of all three core books for the Best Left Buried line: Cryptdigger's Guide to Survival, Doomsayer's Guide to Horror, and Hunter's Guide to Monsters (plus the free Best Left Buried Zini Edition), along with three short "Expanded Character Options" supplements: Ancestries, Consequences, and Heroic.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $20.15, you'll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with five more adventures and supplements worth an additional $70, including the 308-page sandbox campaign Throne of Avarice and four old-school hexcrawl modules – Beneath the Missing Sea, Darkling Seas of Islesmere, Spoils of the Gorgon Coast, and Spy in the House of Eth.
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