The Fight On! fanzine returns for another fantastic foray! Dedicated to Dave Hargrave and his legendary Arduin campaign, this issue features no fewer than 8 adventures, plus spells, magic items, new classes, races, and rules to take your FRP passion to the next level! Our contributors include Steve Zieser, Kevin Mayle, Steve Marsh, James Maliszewski, Monty & Josephine St. John, Gabor Lux, Jeff Rients, Geoffrey O. Dale, Baz Blatt, David Bowman, Calithena, Kesher, Douglas Cox, James Raggi, Matthew Riedel, Geoffrey McKinney, Alex Schroeder, Lee Barber, Vincent Baker, Patrick Farley, Kelvin Green, Fu Fu Frauenwahl, and many more! Let your imagination know no limit – Fight On!
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Oct 15, 2009
"Fight On! Issue #4" Oh My Goodness! I got a copy of issue #1 for free because I had opened a section of the "OD&D Discussion" boards up to talk about the magazine, and I read it and it was pretty good but only 30 pages. I finally got around to back-ordering print copies of issues #2, #3, and #4 through lulu and they came in the mail today. I am stunned. Three issues, and the box was a lot thicker and heavier than I expected. (No, not an envelope but an actual cardboard box. When do you ever get magazines delivered in cardboard?) I guess I expected three more issues about the same size as the first one. (Maybe I should actually read the info on lulu?) Then I opened the box. Fight On! is amazing. Not only are the articles written by Old School folks from the very board that I post on, but the articles are very well done and the magazine has exploded in size. It's not a magazine, it's a full-fledged gaming book! I haven't even gotten though the whole pile... More > of issues yet, but I had to post and gush about what a fantastic job is being done by the editorial staff as well as the contributing authors. Fight On! reminds me of Dragon back when it was still called "The Dragon" and when it was fun to read, except that FO is so much thicker. Sure, it's quarterly instead of monthly, but what a fantastic resource! Fight On! reminds me of The Crusader but oh so much thicker. I haven't tried to compare the two to determine cost per page, but I'll bet that Fight On! is comperable to anything out there at the moment. I've gotten to the point where I mine supplements for ideas a lot more than actually converting to a new rules system, and each of these books is so full of stuff I don't even know where to begin. Monsters, short adventures, general ideas, articles on one aspect of OS gaming or another, the list goes on and on. I highly urge anyone who reads these boards to give Fight On! a look and to support this effort. It's books like these that will keep the Old School gaming spirit alive for years to come....< Less
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