Ludotecnia publisher announces the Concurso de Cazatalentos (Talent Scout Contest) for this year with 4 categories: Story, Game Design, Illustration and Cover.
To obtain more details and download the rules you may check this link.
At the moment of writing this post the category devoted to Game Design there are more than 40 participants, me included.
Note: This is a Spanish language-driven contest.
The Fanzine rolero announces its 37th Lunar Cover, full of interesting contents:
Note: This is a translation of a press note, Fanzine Rolero is written in Spanish.
Albert Tarrés, of the blog Akelarre Advanced, offers the supplement Batallas Navales en el siglo XVII (Naval Battles in the 17th century) for the third edition of Aquelarre.
The supplement is excellent in the historical aspect and I'm sure will appeal to all fans.
For a full colour version you could see this link, for a print friendly version you could see this ther one.
From the blog Laboratorio Friki offers us FATE Piratas Minilite, an excellent game to be initiated in RPG playing that can be used with a minimum effort with the previously commented supplement.
The blog Dreams of Mythic Fantasy, devoted mainly to the Old School Renaissance news is always a source of interesting bits.
The February 5th post ncludes, among others, a list of modules available to AD&D1 and Osric, both free and commercial, and introduces the free supplement Tricks, Empty Rooms & Basic Trap Design, devoted exclusively to the creation of dungeons; this supplement and others appearing in the blog Hack & Slash are really interesting.
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