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BTL005: Brave the Labyrinth - Issue #5 (PDF)

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Brave the Labyrinth is a quarterly fanzine published by Small Niche Games for the Labyrinth Lord™ roleplaying game community. It consists of fan-created material designed to cover all types of Labyrinth Lord™ and Advanced Edition Companion™ gaming.

In this Issue you get: 

-a new demon lord
-new elf variations
-an amazing map of Andrel Castle
-sainted icons of the Church of Law and Order
-tools, keys, and magic items for thieves
-three (3) new monsters
-a green wizard who sought to cheat death
-a review of the Caves of Ortok 
-artwork contributions by by JV West and Jim Wampler

If you like the PDF version, be sure to order a print copy!

 
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February 1st, 2015
'Brave The Labyrinth' is one of those OSR zines with so many varied uses its not even funny. I admit I haven't kept up with the zine as much as I should. In point of fact I haven't kept up as much as I should with as many of Goblinoid Games as I'd lik [...]
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Rule System(s)
Pages
40
Publisher Stock #
SNGBTL005
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File Last Updated:
January 30, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on December 19, 2014.