This week I found some free old-school adventures and games (FASERIP), some gaming aids for D&D 5e (character tents, a time tracking tool), some adventures for Dungeon World. And some other tidbits.
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Old-School Gaming and D&D 5e
Spencer Salya shared a List of 450 Old School Games on G+.
The Orb of Undying Discord ($3.99) for Swords & Wizardry Light was released this week.
This adventure is designed for use with Swords and Wizardry Light/Continual Light. It is compatible with Swords & Wizardry and other OSR systems. This adventure is for 4-6 characters of level 2-3. Can you brave the dangers and outsmart the puzzles to obtain the Orb of Undying Discord? This is the 3rd adventure in the Undying Orbs series. These will culminate in an anthology after the upcoming release of the Orb of Undying Law.
Here is a free D&D 5E – Time Tracking Tool.
And I enjoy Max Vanderheyden's one-page dungeons. Here is Temple of the Frozen Steppe.
And don't forget that you can get Marvel Super Heroes (FASERIP) for free, too. Thanks, Gerald Williams.
Just Three Hexes - Campaign Starters offers solid advice on how to start a campaign with minimal overload.
And Mark Tygart gave us conversion notes for the free adventure The Prison of the Hated Pretender.
Joe Banner released The Gülish Choir (free adventure).
Nick Nunes has some thoughts about Alternate Damage and HP Systems.
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Teylen delivers the Crowdfunding Collection #59. I'm Kickstarter-wary and don't plan to support any of the campaigns, though.
And here is a Random Religion Generator, found on G+ by Mike Evans.
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