Old School Movement

  1. JazzRemington
    JazzRemington
    Is anyone into any of the old school clones? I'm talking about "retro-clones" of, say, pre-3e D&D or clones of Chaosium's Basic RPG system. I'm actually excited about a new clone of AD&D 2e that came out recently called Myth and Magic, which models 2e rather well save for a few bits. Second edition AD&D was the first ruleset that I was involved deeply with, and was the edition I cut my teeth on (technically I first bought an OD&D boxed set that was produced in the very early 90s).
  2. Salabra
    Salabra
    Quote Originally Posted by JazzRemington
    Is anyone into any of the old school clones? I'm talking about "retro-clones" of, say, pre-3e D&D or clones of Chaosium's Basic RPG system. I'm actually excited about a new clone of AD&D 2e that came out recently called Myth and Magic, which models 2e rather well save for a few bits. Second edition AD&D was the first ruleset that I was involved deeply with, and was the edition I cut my teeth on (technically I first bought an OD&D boxed set that was produced in the very early 90s).
    I was introdruced to RPGs by my dad - we played using SPI's DragonQuest (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DragonQuest), though supplemented with some D&D and Myth & Magic (I still have all the original books, including some old M&M titles). We also dipped into a rather strange setting called "Empire of the Petal Throne," which has since become an addiction (http://www.tekumel.com)

    We later played 'Traveller' - yes I still have the Little Black Box (with a few extra books).

    I am a fan of rules-lite, maths-lite systems, so definitely not D&D 3.5!
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