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Classic Fantasy Review: Volume 1, Issue 2


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he Classic Fantasy Review is a periodical produced by Goblinoid Games to provide additional material for your OSRIC™ gaming needs. A typical issue will consist of 4 to 8 pages. Whether you crave new monsters, treacherous traps, or a few fresh ideas for your next gaming session, an issue of the Classic Fantasy Review will be there to offer suggestions.

This Issue: A new character class for OSRIC...the Diabolical Witch! Now your players can worship Orcus, Demogorgon, the Arch-devil Asmodeus and more! Er, just don't tell your local PTA!

This product uses the OSRIC™ System (Oldschool System Reference and Index Compilation™). The OSRIC™ system text may be found at

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
August 3rd, 2012
This might be one of the first Old-School style witches that I purchased. In this supplement for OSRIC we get the Diabolical Witch. A witch that gains her powers and spells from the various demon and devil lords. Its a cross between a cleric and wiza [...]
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