Thursday, 24 November 2016

Amazing Mythoard loot!

If you didn't already know, Mythoard is a monthly (OSR) RPG subscription service. You pay them to receive incredible stuff each month! D-oom Products' The Crazy Library Tower was August 2015 Mythoard exclusive, and because of that I receive all these presented below!

To get hold of great stuff like this, subscribe for Mythoard. It is worth every penny.

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Not only adventures, you also might receive full games. White Star is a science-fiction roleplaying game who enjoy simplicity of early D&D, or Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox which this game is based on.
Bizarre Tales is a set of three adventures.
I also like all the little extra stuff, which I tuck on my cork board assembly of RPG related stuff.
Most treasured item, even though everything here is awesome, is personalized note. I love those!

Rat On The Stick is from 1982, so you don't only receive "reneissance/revival" stuff, but real and genuine old-school. The "quality" of paper, and smell, this Tunnels & Trolls adventure is neat!
Thanks to OSRIC, we get new Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st Edition adventures released! I don't own too many higher level adventures, so this is a welcome addition to my collection.

Long map is long. A nice big dungeon complex created by several designers and dungeon artists.

These Mythoard-exclusive one-pagers (both sides) are fun! They are creative and random. Their genre range from fantasy to science fiction to gonzo. They are easy to throw into your campaign and are easy to prepare. And they look fantastic!

Big names there! +Tim Shorts creates great maps, great micro-adventures, great zine (Gothridge Manor)... he is great! +Johua De Santo experiments weirder and darker paths of fantasy (Genius Logi Games).

The Crazy Library Tower which I created for Mythoard. Far Away Land is a light fantasy roleplaying game. This is quick rules enough to play the game, but you are missing some big aspects of the game, like world-building. The core rules are solid and fun, though. Makes me want to get the full rules... isn't that the intention of it?! The Age Of Undying looks fantastic! It's in similar plastic that new comic books are in. The presentation is also very well done. And what's great, it's for Dungeon Crawl Classics, a game I got my hands on (for extremely reasonable price) a couple of months ago!

Here are my reviews of Mythoard beta and first, January, releases:

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