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 Jan 19, 2010 - 07:23 AM - by Michael
* Wyrmstone launches

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Nope, not a PC title, but an organized pencil-and-paper gaming campaign, Wyrmstone have announced themselves and are angling to fill the void left when Living Greyhawk ended and the laughable "Living Forgotten Realms" started.

They're throwing a lot into this one. Be warned, though, it doesn't use the D&D ruleset, it uses the Fantasy Craft ruleset instead - another system that, like Paizo's Pathfinder, is trying to "extend" the life of D&D 3.5 in rejection of Wizards of the Coast's rather underwhelming D&D 4.0 system.

They're even offering to let people convert old characters into their system. I wonder how well that works with all of 3.5's zany prestige classes...

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