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Old School Revival +5

In November 2017 we presented our fifth annual Old School Revival Bundle that celebrates the spirit of the roleplaying hobby’s earliest days. This OSR Bundle +5¬†assembled a well-balanced party of games and supplements — including Index Card RPG, Dragon Kings,

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Bundle of Lamentations +2

In September 2017 we presented the Bundle of Lamentations +2, our second offer (a follow-up to the July 2016 original) featuring the gorgeously horrific weird fantasy RPG Lamentations of the Flame Princess: Weird Fantasy Role-Playing. With a heavy-metal attitude and

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Advanced Adventures – Old School dungeon-crawls

In February 2017 we presented the Advanced Adventures Bundle featuring Old School dungeon crawls from Expeditious Retreat Press. The long-running Advanced Adventures series is one of the most popular lines founded in the early days of the Old School Revival.

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Lamentations of the Flame Princess

In July 2016 we presented the Bundle of Lamentations, featuring James Raggi’s weird-fantasy RPG Lamentations of the Flame Princess. With a heavy-metal attitude and explicit non-work-safe illustrations, LotFP presents a sinister and horrific twist on fantasy gaming. A Lamentations adventure

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HackMaster Bundle – Old School style from Kenzer and Company

In March 2016 we presented the HackMaster Bundle, featuring Kenzer and Company‘s parody-turned-real tabletop fantasy roleplaying game HackMaster, including all the core 5E titles for a terrific bargain price. It’s one of the most unusual origins in RPG history: In

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Old School Revival +3 – all-new OSR worlds

In November 2015 we presented the Old School Revival +3, our all-new offer featuring games, supplements, and modules that push the boundaries of retro gaming. From science fiction (Strange Stars), to Wild West (Owl Hoot Trail), and even Alice in

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Reviving the Nov 2013 Old School Revival

In November 2015 we resurrected the November 2013 Old School Revival Bundle, our first collection of tabletop roleplaying games, supplements, and modules that recapture the spirit of roleplaying’s earliest days. The OSR offers tools, not plotlines — rulings, not rules

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