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Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy Player’s Tome | Review and Page-Through

Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy Player's Tome (Necrotic Gnome)Game Title: Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy Player’s Tome

Publisher: Necrotic Gnome

Author: Gavin Norman

Artists: Ian Baggley, Mustafa Bekir, Jerry Boucher, Paul Caprio, Michael Clarke, Thomas Denmark, Julee Eileen, Chris Huth, Tom Kilian, Adrian Landeros, Jethro Lentle, Mark Lyons, Chris Malec, Sam Mameli, William McAusland, Bradley McDevitt, Penny Melgarejo, and Peter Mullin

Year: 2021

Genre: A modern presentation of Basic and Expert boxed sets for Dungeons and Dragons with the inclusion of much of the RPG goodness from AD&D 1E

Pages: 248

MSRP: $40.00 for the A5 sized hardcover through Exalted Funeral here in the U.S. or $15.00 for the PDF alone at DriveThruRPG

I tackle the Player’s Tome release for Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy from Necrotic Gnome and Exalted Funeral. Is this an excellent mash up of B/X Dungeons & Dragons and first edition AD&D? Or it this simply yet ANOTHER redundant retroclone you can easily take a pass on? You’re going to find out!

2:00 Diving into the Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy Player’s Tome
14:28 Final thoughts and review score
17:10 Wrapping up

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    Old School Essentials Advanced Fantasy Player’s Tome | Review and Page-Through

    I thought the Classic Rules Tome for Old School Essentials was fantastic and I have to say the Advanced Fantasy Player's Tome blows my socks off too! I love that many of the goodies from first edition AD&D make their way to the simplicity an modularity of OSE's cleaned up B/X. Combining this rulebook with the Referee's Tome opens up decades of fantasy roleplaying adventures to new generations. It's pretty obvious I'm really digging the OSE lineup.
    10
    Excellent