Old Role-Playing Materials

Recently, while looking for something in my basement, I stumbled across a lot of my old role-playing materials. I don’t just mean pre-bought modules, books, etc. I have found a lot of character sheets, last will and testaments, and some maps and short modules that I had created.

I hope to sift through all of this in the next couple of weeks and create a resources page here with digital versions of anything that may be useful to others. Some of the material that I found dates back about 15 years so it may be awhile before you start to see any of the information posted.

I am still trying to locate one of the best modules that I have written as it does not appear to be in this pile of papers. But my old character sheets could be useful to someone as an NPC as many of them are, uhm, unorthodox to say the least. There are also several new magic items that I and a previous DM had created for one of my characters that some may find entertaining but probably not all that useful.

I am planning on retyping everything – as I lost the electronic versions long ago – and uploading them as PDFs for easy printing. If there is an interest, I could also supply other formats. Also, please feel free to comment on any of the material that I end up uploading. I will post links to new materials in the comments here as they are uploaded, so check back in a week or two.

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6 Comments

  1. cball says:

    Thanks. I tore my house apart and found the module that I was hoping to post; that should be uploaded sometime next week.

  2. Tyler says:

    The more modules, the better, surely.

  3. cball says:

    As promised, I have started to post some of my old materials here. The first resource is a module that I wrote back in 1998 and took two sessions to run through originally.

  4. cball says:

    Thanks, I am glad you enjoyed your time here. I am still in the process of going through my old role-playing resources in an attempt to filter the good stuff from the rest. I hope to post more material in the coming months.

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