Yep the title is correct $5 or under for a couple of old school gems. These prices are over at RPGnow.
These are two games I enjoyed playing as a teenager, Traveller the classic sci-fi space rpg and Twilight Post Apoclyptic Earth after a World War.
Ok lets start with Twilight 2000
Core Rules $3 http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.p...ts_id=327&it=1
Updated 03-09-2010 at 10:50 PM by warhammergrimace
SO, I promisde to attempt weekly updates for you fine folks and at least for now I have kept my word. To be honest this past week has seen me put Wamp on a bit of a back burner while I focus upon my Golden Demon entries, Following the recent decision to abandon my main project I have been set to work on a couple of smaller projects instead - simple entries but a welcome chance to just paint. Do I hope to win? Yes of course - its an ambition of mine (as I'm sure it is of many others) to one day
Back when the run of Bull In A China Shop came to end, we were sitting around and asking who all was going to try out for the next play - The King and I. Since Bull was the third production in a row that I had been involved in, I said that I was going to pass. I was still pretty new to acting and all that and it was starting to take a bit of a toll.
However, I was asked to be the stage manager for The King and I and I couldn't pass up such a great opportunity. Even though it was some
First I want to explain what my intentions for these particular blogs are about. The plan is for me to keep track of some of the goings on 'behind the secenes' of Wamp with a weekly update, nothing earth shatteringly riveting most likely but maybe its a kind of therapy for me, though I fully expect my intention of weekly updates willl fall by the wayside!!
I thought now was an apt time as we recently saw the start of a new chapter in Wamps history, the birth of Portal. I must
Updated 26-08-2010 at 11:48 AM by Darklord
Its been a while since my last post, its been a busy time and my other blog has also suffered from a lack of articles. So apologies aside what am I looking at today, well trying to game on a budget I find that you generally come unstuck when you involve miniatures, you could always use paper/card minis, which are free from http://onemonk.com/Home.html. But if you're anything like me then you prefer using something that requires a lick of paint on them.
Updated 16-08-2010 at 08:38 AM by warhammergrimace