Now I'm a big fan of simple, free and old school RPG. I came across the Castles and Crusades RPG in my quest for free gaming, now this isn't a free system, but it does have a free downloadable quick start rules, plus there are plenty of freebies out there on the net for this system.
The reason why I've picked up on this system as a freebie is because its based on old school mechanics, and its been
No, these are not the ones published by GW but the unoffical books by the guys at Battlereporter (http://battlereporter.freeforums.org...icial-f88.html). There are 10 altogether covering the armies of Norsca, Nippon, Cathay, Araby and the most recent to be published Estalia. These are completely unoffical and in no way endorsed by Games Workshop, but the quality of the writing and production values of the PDF are fantastic, and well worth checking out. If you've
Updated 07-09-2010 at 08:49 PM by warhammergrimace
This sale will last approximately a week, so I've decided to go through the list and pick out the gems from the dross for you, cause I'm such a nice guy, and its Friday night and I have sod all else to do.
The Imperium Chronicles is a mashup of sci-fi and fantasy, set in a universe of intrigue and adventure. The Imperium is a tapestry of conflicting groups, each with their own agenda. From the richest aristocrat to the poorest thug, every citizen dreams of power,
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 11:50 PM by warhammergrimace
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 09:38 AM by warhammergrimace