Today’s Daily Snapshots:
- Over at KillScreen, there’s an article discussing how roleplaying games are like medieval oral culture.
- Martin Ralya has been blogging some cool old school resources, including his Hexmancer Procedural Hex Generation System, which was built upon his exploration of the Judges Guild Hexagon Sub-System.
- John Stater has recently released Grit & Vigor, a new roleplaying game that includes “[g]unslingers, daredevils, private eyes, samurais, scoundrels and even scholars!”. The game is available in print from Lulu and is $18.99 for the softcover, and $26.99 for the hardcover. Purchasing the print copy will also get you a PDF copy, with the download link sent by John after purchase.
- On his blog, Creighton Broadhurst asks “Are We Too Obsessed With Balance?“, and explores what happens when specific encounters are translated between different editions of D&D-alikes.
- Richard LeBlanc has released a new free B/X-based character class called The Cavalier on his blog.
- Shield of Faith Studios have released Issue #12 of the Crawling Under the Broken Moon zine for the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG [AL]. The 28-page zine costs $1.99 and can be purchased from DriveThruRPG [AL] and RPGNow [AL].