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NEW: The Searchers of the Unknown RPG Collection Available for Free Download — 12 Comments

  1. @Robert: I did not realize the linkrot in my SotU post was as bad as it was. Fortunately, I had many of the older and missing variants backed up to DVD from 15 months ago or I've had been out of luck as well. I changed computers last April and missed a whole set of folders when I moved stuff to the new drive.

  2. And he strikes again!

    I have been trying to track these down forever (or so it seems).

    Now I have to schedule more reading time…I'll have to inform the wife that the 'honey-do' list will have to modified…hehehe…

    Thanks again man…it's good to have something interesting AND meaty to read after the winter drought.

  3. Excellent, for me SOTU is like the Rosetta Stone of D&D.

    I redid most of my SOTU variants last year as there were little fixes and improvements needed, so these are older versions. I think there's also a SOTU Wilderness Encounter Table on my home computer. I still like Nicholas' original the best though 🙂

  4. @Nicolas: Thanks for creating the original SotU. It's a game little game and has inspired a lot of good spin-offs.

    @Sean: Is there any way I could get copies of your latest revisions? I can put out a revised edition of the SotU Cllection (as I had to do with the original 2010 edition of the Microlite20 collection). Robert has already sent me a supplement for Brickmasters that I wasn't aware of, but I need more to truly justify a revised version. 🙂

    @ADD Grognard: At least the SOTU Collection is a shorter read than the M20 Collection.

  5. @Andrew: I can't believe I missed this as I just checked your Games page for new M20 material a few days ago. Thanks for pointing it out. It should be in the 2012 Revised edition.

  6. Haven't had time to read through it all yet, but I did want to drop a line and say thanks for compiling it all. I really appreciate the work you put into it.

  7. Late to the party as usual, but I thought I'd thank you as well for compiling this.

    Not that I don't love Microlite, mind you… 😉