Epées & Sorcellerie anyone?

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Epées & Sorcellerie anyone?

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Epées & Sorcellerie is neglected gem and could do with a boost.

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That's the Oe book by Nico and GreyHarp, no? I might have it somewhere in PDF, I'll have to check it out!

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Thanks for this, this is one of the WB/0e derivatives I have never played, but I do remember hearing about it way back when it came out. The PDFs are free - I've downloaded the v2 French Epées & Sorcellerie and v1 English Epées & Sorcellerie versions for a go-through (Also it looks like the author's Lulu page has lots of free English and French games and resources for those interested).

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rredmond wrote:
Fri May 27, 2022 12:51 pm
That's the Oe book by Nico and GreyHarp, no? I might have it somewhere in PDF, I'll have to check it out!
The author is "Nicolas Dessaux", that must be Nico? I know of Greyharp's 0e single volume edition, but I don't see Greyharp on the list of credits for this one (I put the links to the PDFs in my previous post).

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Greyharp = "Anonymous" = Dave Macauley
Cool Australian gamer. :)

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Nico = Le Hobgoblin = Snorri = Nicolas Dessaux ;)

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Aha! I always wondered who Greyharp was. I do see his name in the credits of the English edition.

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Now that I look again, it seems he mostly did translating. I thought I saw something that said both their names, weird. Interesting stuff though!

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