I'm not here to hawk my wares but it's the anniversary of the release of Romance of the Perilous Land on Osprey Games, in which I included a written dedication to Ken and some homages to T&T in general (despite it being based on TOG).
HD acts like a MR, so all monster stats are derived from one number. Spell names aren't run-of-the-mill (but not quite as quirky as T&T) - Ken inspired me to think beyond the usual.
Curator of Trollish Delver Denizen of Trollhalla Drinker of grog
Post by Aramis of Erak on May 5, 2021 7:27:39 GMT -5
Bought the PDF. Mechanically, it's got some issues I dislike. Every level, a new talent; odd levels it's specified by the class, even it's pick from the general ones. Every odd level other than 1st, increase all attributes by 2. Difficulty ratings increase with character level; 1 point every odd level >1. Really, this would have been better to just make the all atts +1 and drop this bull****. Skills are an edge (think 5E advantage), and can thus be cancelled by a setback.
But hot d**n, the book's well written and very pretty.
There are no options for the class specified talenta, either.
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