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Dyson's Dodecahedron - Vol 1 Issue 7

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The seventh issue of Dyson's Dodecahedron brings you not one, not three, but 130 alternate character classes for Labyrinth Lord games. Best of all they fit in this nice little digest-sized 12-page zine.

How did we achieve such a masterpiece of miniaturization you ask? Not through quantum transistors, but through the magic of random tables!

This issue compiles the 13 "d12 subclass" tables for each of the core classes from Labyrinth Lord and the Advanced Edition Companion into one place. This covers every core class from the core rules of most OSR games, and from these examples tables can be created for just about any other game or class.

But it would be lazy of me to just include 130 classes in this issue, so it also includes "A Devourer Most Foul" - a short adventure and dangerous for characters of levels 4-7 (with quick notes on adjusting it to higher and lower level groups).

130 classes, 13 random tables, and an adventure to slaughter every one of those characters, all in 12 pages! Why are you reading this description instead of the 'zine again?

 
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September 21st, 2014
The subclass article is one of the best Ive read in a long time. A fantastic tool for adding more fun to Labyrinth Lord or even Basic D&D. [...]
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September 20th, 2013
Fantastic idea for subclasses. Fills a nice niche that encourages unique character development, without adding rules bloat. Great job. [...]
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