Swords and Sorcery Saga is a free website containing information, links, and downloads for a Swords and Sorcery conversion of Wizards of the Coast’s Star Wars Roleplaying Game Saga Edition.
On the Sword and Sorcery Saga Website they wrote this stuff up: This page is a central location for links and resources for Sword and Sorcery Saga, my sword-and-sorcery conversion of WotC’s Star Wars Roleplaying Game Saga Edition. Right now it is primarily a link farm, but as time goes on I’ll be adding HTML versions of the ruleset, resources such as monster compendiums and so forth.
So take a moment and check out Sword and Sorcery Saga. Download their files, and check out their links. As always be sure to thank Sword and Sorcery Saga for all their free stuff!
Do you have kids? Do you want to roll play with them? As a parent do you feel you can get your children on the right RPG footing and all you need are the tools? Well my dear friends, look no further. Monster Slayers: The Heroes of Hesiod is here to help you out!
Monster Slayers: The Heroes of Hesiod has been built by the same team at Wizards of the Coast who brought you Dungeons & Dragons.
On the Monster Slayers Website they wrote this stuff up: There are a great many reasons to share D&D with kids. Besides being just the kind of imaginative play that kids naturally engage in, Dungeons & Dragons develops an array of essential educational skills, including:
Cooperation and leadership
Monster Slayers: The Heroes of Hesiod requires no previous knowledge of Dungeons & Dragons, and all you need to play is included in this adventure, aside from a few dice and pencils (and some friends to play it with). Play time can be as little as fifteen minutes or as long as an hour, depending on how many monsters you run.
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