I recently got a free copy of Forgotten Tomb of Felgar the Goblin King by Super Genious Games. And on the EN World thread they say “it’s completely statless and so you can use it with any edition (including the latest!) of your favorite RPG.” It has a cute little three or four encounter area cave, history, tactics, lots of PDF battlemaps and little paper tokens to fold.
But I’m trying to get away from battlemaps. And I don’t have a color printer. And no easy way to laminate stuff even if I did.
Perhaps something you’d be interested in?
Statless = M20-ready, I guess.
– AlexSchroeder 2008-06-24 22:40 UTC
Sounds good. I’ll definitely have to take a look at that one.
I’m trying to love battlemats especially in the wake of 4th Edition as there’s no way 4e is playable without them. If you like ‘em, Trouble is a great adventure for 3e.
Given a choice, I prefer more freeform “in your head” gaming in the best real D&D traditions, but that’s not the way the world is swinging now, unfortunately. Not to worry. Our time will come again
– GreyWulf 2008-06-25 09:11 UTC