My good pal BJ is at it again, this time releasing an excellent old-school adventure with a decidedly spooky theme – The Creepy Crawl. I
This game is now over a week old and I thought I had better get any final thoughts written down before I forget what happened.
To date I’ve run my game using as a source book some modified versions of Labyrinth Lord. I made the effort to actually create physical
More and more I discover little oddities in Labyrinth Lord that differ from B/X D&D in a troubling way. I’m getting down to minor details
That was easier than expected. Below is the table I came up with. Data in black all came straight out of the Moldvay basic book.
I have emerged from house selling related projects to briefly think about gaming. In fact, I’m off to TotalCon this weekend, which will be a
My poll on Spell Interruption pointed almost unanimously to the option of declaring spells first, then rolling initiative. Turns out, though, that this actually exactly
I made these B/X character sheets a while back. I only used them briefly, I found having separate sheets by class too irksome for rolling
BigFella mentioned in his recent re-cap of our latest sessions my “money conversion thing”, which made me realize I never posted about this one. So
I made a shocking discovery last night about the spell Clairvoyance that’s got me sitting here with a pile of player handbooks at my desk