Friday, February 26, 2010

Work on the Old School CD continues

I didn't get as much done Thursday as I liked on the Old School CD but here is the webpage I am including. Please free to use the comment section of this post for any corrections and comments. I thank everybody who posted comments to the first post.

I stress this is represent my editorial judgment. One thing I noticed is that the Old School Renaissance has growing really really big as far one person. It is either at the point or just passed the point where one person can keep track of it all. Which is why the list has a fantasy orientation and certainly should not be considered definitive.
Feel free to use this as a starting point for your own lists. Hopefully between all of us we can get a comprehensive list going. That includes not just fantasy but all the retro stuff that going on.

Hopefully I will have a second post this evening with the ISO with contents of the CD.

Here is a preview of the CD Cover.

Yes I plan on including a free copy of the Majestic Wilderlands pdf in the CD.


nothing said...

Meant to link to this site:

But I think both that site and Chgowiz' website ( should be considered for the list.

Zachary Houghton said...

That's really awesome! There really is a lot of material to consider now, isn't there?

Robert Conley said...

@Verhaden Thanks not sure how missed the Old Guy's site considering he is on my blog roll :rolleyes:


Joe Bardales said...

I just realized looking in the mirror at my receding hairline turning grayer by the day, CDs have become Old School now too... :)

I would like to suggest Usherwood Publishing, an OSRIC publisher, for consideration on the html list (I have no connection to the company):

Keep up the great work - I really enjoy reading your blog!

BlUsKrEEm said...

Maybe add Carcosa to the list? I know McKinney isn't exactly a prolific publisher, but I blame him directly for joining the comunity (I was running RC before but had no real interest in the online scene.)

Robert Conley said...

@BlUsKrEEm - thanks for the suggestion I already got him under Publishers.

Anonymous said...


Gothridge Manor said...

Hey Rob, Brave Halflings website is different now. It's

Tenkar said...

looks good... throw this up on a torrent site and really go viral ;)

seriously, handing these out at a con or other large gamer gathering is a damn sweet idea