JMiskimen wrote:First of all, I'm not trolling this site or anyone who is a member; I have a legitimate question to ask because I keep coming back to it when I consider Swords & Wizardry. I have OD&D and have been using it for a few years now. I like Swords & Wizardry's layout, but that's not enough to get me to run it. Sell me on why I should put down OD&D and start running SW ... seriously.
JMiskimen wrote:I'd probably mod the hell out of the rules to get what I want ...LOL. a sort of mish-mash between Complete & Core, using Whitebox as a base ...
Mach Front wrote:I would post here but it seems that merias posts here so I don't have to! lol
Also, though it's irritating there's no thief in WB, many who play just and only 3LBB OD&D include thieves. Considering this, it's so nice to add a thief to WB that doesn't absolutely suck in most ways.
JMiskimen wrote:I think what appeals to me most about S&W is that absolutely no matter how much stuff is added, it still remains simple to run/play. Our group likes options. They come to the game from different rpg backgrounds. I am adding A LOT of character Classes to satisfy the itch, so to speak. That adds more spells, more weapons, more monsters, more treasure ...MORE! I gotta admit, I'm liking it too - it all comes off detailed, but not too complex to get drowned by its own weight of detail.
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