My version of Fantasy Role-play

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My version of Fantasy Role-play

Post by Admin on Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:47 pm

When Dungeons & Dragons 3.0 was replaced by the munchkin 3.5 version, a number of people decided that Wizards of the Coast was not writing the rules they wanted to play with. Pazio went with an even more munchkin version, Pathfinder, and pulled off the munchkin crowd. I went with a more conservative set of rules, and settled down for a lifetime of consistent gaming.

I went back to a number of things established in the original AD&D rule set. I then rewrote the rules being consistent with movement rates and skills. There was first a softcover book that Kinkos put together for me. It however did not hold up to steady use. I then went to Lulu for a hardback book. Those books are still being used, even as we have developed the rules further.

Right now the party is about 10th level and pushing rules that have yet to be tested. The game is going well, and I am happy. That is how it should be. As for Wizards of the Coast, they are not happy because people are not playing by their rules. Too bad for them.
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New edition available

Post by Admin on Sat Apr 26, 2014 7:00 am


The new edition of Antheel Rules has now been released in hardback and PDF. Note that the hardback presently has the old front cover, but spine and back cover, and of course the text inside, is all the updated stuff.
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