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Labyrinth Lord: Revised Edition (no-art version)


Down to the Roots of Fantasy Gaming

"Enter a world filled with labyrinths, magic, and monsters! You can take the role of a cleric, dwarf, elf, fighter, halfling, magic-user, or thief on your quest for glory, treasure, and adventure! This is a complete role playing game. All you need are a few sheets of paper and some dice. Welcome back to a simpler old-school gaming experience. The Labyrinth Lord awaits your arrival. Can you survive the dangers of the labyrinth?"

This is the complimentary free no-art version of the game.


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February 19th, 2024
OSR does what 5e cannot, have a soul. It's got simpler rules while still showing off what makes DnD neat, going into old abandoned places and finding more than you bargained for. Or helping people. Or being force of utter chaos. Does it have less [...]
October 31st, 2022
oh, another BECMI clone :) Ok, it is just another BECMI clone, but, it isn't mired in clutter. It's free, so for Lord's sake stop complaining :) The no art version is nice. Not because of printing ink, who today does their own pri [...]
June 24th, 2021
After so many years, this is still the "go to" RPG book. It will teach you how to role play and how to DM. No need for narrative crutches nor skills. Just use attributes and your imagination properly. Time tracking and maps together wi [...]
December 18th, 2019
It's as good as retroclones get, does it's job really well. [...]
May 7th, 2017
The Best B/X clone by far. Very well written and easy to use. Which it would get more support though. [...]
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June 14, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on September 07, 2009.