Here at Geek Native, we’re used to Kickstarters claiming their game has been X years in the making. Rarely is X as high as 40. That’s what David Flor can claim for The Mosidian Temple.
The core rules are in OSRIC, and that’s usually free, available here to be handy and with $70 worth of downloads.
Two D&D leaks at once, maybe three if you count the accessories. Oh, maybe four if you count the photos from the movie. Then there’s the official Dark Tower RPG news!
OSRIC, Old School Reference and Index Compilation, is a recreation of AD&D 1e published in 2006. It’s one of the first and most successful D&D retro-clones.
An OSR setting from Charles Rice and Apocalyptic Games, a fantasy version of The Untouchables set a decade after the villains took control of the city.
Mark Taormino’s second Kickstarter is going well. It’s rated “T” for Terrifying, 17+, with the promise/offer of violence, blood, gor, adult language and situations, extreme fun and for bad ass players only. There are 18 days still to collect funds and with $2,130 donated towards a mere $500 goal this Kickstarter will fund. [Back this […]