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Feb 7

I'm testing out the Wix forums. Might utterly blow. But feel free to give it a spin regarding all things OSR. Maybe it'll be this good:
Sep 26

Hi Anthony. It is always a joy to read your posts and thebluebard.com has definitely served as a great inspiration for my own campaign. I just made a post featuring some of your work to share with m
Sep 19

This OSRIC project is now announced and live on DriveThruRPG are @ https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/288750/Saving-Throw-fundraiser-fanzine-for-James-D-Kramer and I have some personal reflections
Apr 15

Anthony--- Are you (and other folks!) planning to attend the North Texas RPG Con again this year?: details @ http://ntrpgcon.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/groups/310434204630/ Allan.
Oct 14

What _types_ of product designs does the OSR lack? We have core and supplemental rulebooks; adventure modules and supplements; setting books; content tools; accessories; and guidance books. What else
Sep 26

Anthony, I discovered TheBlueBard several days ago and consider myself a fan now. I am going to implement your brilliantly simple segment system in my next game as well as your illusion saving throw t
Sep 15

Some nice comments from new readers about your work, Anthony: https://bxblackrazor.blogspot.com/2019/05/advanced-dungeons-dragons.html Allan.
Mar 12

Damn I wish I was there. Next year! https://www.flickr.com/photos/63744171@N07/albums/72157677042976207
Oct 14

Good news!: https://maziriansgarden.blogspot.com/2019/03/through-ultans-door-issue-2-progress.html Allan.
Sep 26

Anthony, Regarding your "Combat Part 1" blog post: Wouldn't a savvy sorceror elect to 'Hold Action' during a 10-segment melee round, wait until the monster(s) have attacked, then begin casting? This w
Apr 22

James Smith of Dreams of Mythic Fantasy and the Underdark Gazette passed away recently. (Some details @ https://www.forevermissed.com/james-albert-smith-jr/#about if you're curious). I realized toda
Feb 21

Anthony--- What are you working on next, now that ZF is nearly complete? Allan.