Old School card-driven dungeon bash.

I’d like to commend you good people to have a gander at this:


Not only has Erny created a card-driven dungeon bash system but the photographic adventure report is little short of fantastic! We need more people like Erny.

Here is a flavour of his report to whet your whistles:

Dungeon Bash Example

You still here? What are you waiting for? 😀


About Craig

For those who need to know these things: - I'll never see 50 again. - I'm tall enough to see well in crowds and fat enough to leave a wake. - I'm well married to a woman with twice my smarts, three delightful and challenging children (er-hem), and one cat overlord. - I am Welsh. - I have to work for a living, but do nothing that makes me perspire.
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2 Responses to Old School card-driven dungeon bash.

  1. Erny says:

    A very kind post and review considering I haven’t got to the stage of posting the cards yet. I’m beyond pleased to be included in such illustrious company as yourself and the others you have reviewed. Love your RPG, never seen before which is my loss. I guess I’m going to have to get those cards posted now!


  2. Craig says:

    “Illustrious” eh, methinks not. “Infamous” or “Notorious” possibly, but it was nice of you to say so.
    You noticed my not-so-subtle nudge to get the cards out then eh? 😀
    One piece of advice – when at the beginning or in development stage of a project that will eventually be shared for free, don’t get all OCD like I used to about graphic or presentational perfection. Otherwise you’ll never finish it.
    You have already proven you can turn out astonishingly good graphics, so share your cards and see what feedback you get. I did that with the earlier versions of Dead Simple, FUBAR and Forge of War. Before I knew where I was I had a Yahoo Group with a dozen guys giving useful criticism and getting involved in the development. These same guys now form the core of the Forge of War Development group.
    So plant your acorns and see what sprouts. I, for one, will happily check them out and help you if I can.

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