Perhaps. In any case, i'm reading this game and i'm growing more and more fond of it.
"Runebearer is a free web published fantasy rpg. Dangerous and tactical Runebearer is a call back to the rules heavy rpgs of the 80's"
From a review available on RPG.NET here:
I started reading it, as i said before. I must admit that i love -nay, i adore passages like this one:
Hit points indicate how much damage a character can take before being wounded, knocked unconscious and killed. In a game where combat is a common occurrence, having a lot of hit points is a good thing. In other games, having lots of hit points cannot hurt.
Hit points are figured using the following formula:
HIT = TOU + ½ STR + ½ WIL + 8