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    Daniel
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    • Succubus

    Hi there, folks,

    Those of you follow our area of the forums will already know that I will shortly be returning to my gaming routes with some fun filled 0ed d&d. However, my resources are a little thin atm.

    Does anybody have a turn tracker they would recommend? Something that will allow me to quickly and easily keep track of duration for torches, spells, paralysis and that sort of thing.

    I am also looking for some decent, short, low level modules. I already own a few, but I am interested to see if any of our older listeners would have some they’d like to recommend.

    Daniel

    P.S.

    Our first 0d&d release should be late next week, assuming we’re able to record Monday evening.

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    Daniel
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    • Succubus

    I should mention I own a copy of the original 1979 printing of keep on the borderla ds and that is definitely being considered. 🙂

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    Hal
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    • Treant

    Oooooh – classic-y

     

    Hal :hal:

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    Pencil-Monkey
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    • Mind Flayer

    If you’re looking for OSR D&D scenarios and supplements, there’s plenty of free downloads available online.

    Re: Turn trackers – long time since using one of these, so no personal recommendations, unfortunately; but if you’re looking for utilities in the price range from £0 to gratis, there are one or two simple versions available, home-brewed, of course. 🙂

     

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