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Announcement: WARRIOR & WIZARD Playtest Release


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Chris Goodwin
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« on: August 14, 2008, 02:15:18 pm »

My retro clone game, Warrior & Wizard, has reached what I consider minimally complete for playtesting.  There are rules for creating characters, fighting using magic or weapons, and building them up through experience.  There's also a minimal bestiary containing every type of creature capable of being summoned by the included spells, plus a few extra (stats may or may not match those in the original game).  There's an experience point section that doesn't match the original game. 

There's not any rigorous setting building information, and information on noncombat Skill use is a little light aside from what is provided in the description of the Skills themselves. 

The playtest release is here (note this is not the same as the original link). 

Comments are much appreciated!
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« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2008, 11:01:10 am »

My retro clone game, Warrior & Wizard, has reached what I consider minimally complete for playtesting.

It looks good -- at least from reading it. Of course, I'm a poor reader as I could be unconsciously filling it any holes that are there with memories of the original source.
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