No worries CL. Now that I own a physical copy of the game, and when I finally get off my arse, I'll start a series of posts on this sadly overlooked gem. What the author did is excellent, but in so many ways impractical. This is a game that needs some serious rewriting to make it more accessible, but having said that I absolutely love original format.
I love the little riddle book. :D
My edition came on 3x5 cards and in addtion to the rules contained a complete campaign setting and several dungeons. Never seen anything like it before or since. However, I am not sure 3x5 cards and micro print is the best format for old eyes like mine, and for gods sake don't ever drop them.
I have good vision and it's not great for that either. If only he'd dispensed with the huge number of abbreviations and produced it with a more accessible format it might've got some more attention.
Holy Moly. I remember reading about this game years ago, never ever saw a copy of course. Looks very interesting, the formatting/design is unusual to say the least. Thanks for the post!
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