As a recent convert to the OSR, I quickly found my home among the screeching gretchlings of the GLOG community. And to them, I present my unholy abomination, my monstrous abberation of a hack, combining The GLOG, 5th Edition, and so many other good ideas that are not mine. Warning: It's playable, but not complete.
Priority on my To-Do:
- Complete, refine, clean up the classes.
- Write up a GM section.
- Define dungeon & wilderness procedures.
- Do an editing sweep.
*un-polished, likely better off using other people's classes for now.
A Call For FeedbackPlease feed me and sustain me with your glorious feedback. I'd love to hear any suggestions, criticisms, or thinks you like. And I re-iterate, it is most definitely not finished. Is a hack ever finished?...
If you have any questions on hacking, or any ways I could make things easier, let me know and maybe I can offer some help.
The Credit Is All YoursThe title is named after my sister. Get better soon, Miriam.
This thing would not exist without many people, but in particular:
- Arnold K. and Skerples, the high overlords of the ghetto.
- Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford and the rest of the team who made D&D 5e.
- Kevin Crawford, the genius behind Wolves of God and Stars Without Number, from whom I have mercilessly stolen from.
- Ben Milton, the Questing Beast, for introducing me to the OSR, and making Knave and Maze Rats, whose tables are integral to Runaway Princesses.
- Chris McDowall, for being king of GM advice, and many other things.
- Type1Ninja, for the sublime Moonhop.
- Jason Bulmahn and the rest of the team who made the Pathfinder 2e ancestries.
- The wonderful, infinitely creative and kind people of the GLOG community, so quick to share and collaborate. You are too many to name, but what a delightful little corner of the internet.
- Artists: Gustave Dore, Lancelot Speed, and Mary Hallock Foot. If I've forgotten anyone, please don't come back as a revenant from your Victorian grave to tell me.
If I have not included you here, but you should be here, I am first terribly sorry and embarrassed, and second, would love for you to let me know so that I can make sure I give credit where credit is due.