Wow. It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged about Swords & Wizardry. Heck, I haven’t seen really much of anything elsewhere either. Well, things are moving.
First, let me get this out of the way. I don’t know what exactly happened. I don’t want to know. I don’t want to speculate. And I don’t want to start any drama nor any rumors. With that said, Swords & Wizardry is now independent of Frog God Games. Matt Finch will releasing material via the Mythmere Games.
Swords & Wizardry is my old-school rules of choice. It’s easily compatible with adventures and material that is technically released for other old-school games. The easy rules make it very easy to house rule and hack. And you know how much I love to do that. So yes. I do love the game. But to be honest, it felt like it had fallen to the wayside over the last couple of years. Sure Old School Essentials became the current old-school darling and 5E is the 800 pound gorilla. But still, I think there should still be more buzz about Swords & Wizardry.
With all that being said, check out Mythmere Games at the above link and Matt Finch has started up a new Facebook Group. Check those out for news and updates.
I’m excited about this. Heck, I’ve got an idea that’s been bouncing around my head that’s just looking for the right system. So just maybe…
3 thoughts on “Swords & Wizardry Moving Ahead”
Glad to see some separation from FGG. They bend the knee wokism and vocally side with cancel mobs.
They pretty much just let it sit there and not really do or promote anything. The Box Set was kind of meh.
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You know what, I had an alzheimers moment… I was thinking of Goodman Games. GG are the woke ones, not FGG, sorry about that.