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Microlite20-based Pathfinder LITE Available for Free Download

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Tekumel Journal #1 CoverThe latest version of Morgan Mains' Pathfinder LITE is now available for download in PDF format in Microlite20.org's download area. Pathfinder LITE is a Microlite20-like versiion of Pathfinder. Mains says this about the game: "I really liked much of what Pathfinder brought to the game table. However I still wanted the sleek, robust, ruleset of Microlite20. What I did was take the core rules of Microlite20 and added in key features that I thought truly defined Pathfinder; the things that really set it apart from 3.5. Then I smelted down those features and incorporated them in to the Microlite20 core rules which resulted in Pathfinder LITE - Players Compendium. I've continued development and now Pathfinder LITE has all of it's own core documents with out any reference back to Microlite20."

The are two versions available for download. The first is letter-sized and is suitable for printing. The second is digest-sized, suitable for reading on tablets. Here is direct download link to the full-sized version: PathfinderLITE-full-size.pdf. Here is direct download link to the tablet version: PathfinderLITE-tablet-size.pdf.


Swords and Glory Volume 1 BoxThe Lazy Days of Summer RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund Drive is on. Every $10 donated gives you one chance to win a one of the many early D&D, Empire of the Petal Throne, and early TSR games items items described in the above-linked post. Multiple drawings will be held as described in the above linked post. The highest donors will have a separate chance to receive an Artists of TSR portfolio. These are in addition to the usual PDF downloads and other benefits of a donation to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund. To get help us pay our medical bills (and to get access to some special downloads and possibly the above mentioned lazy days of summer items), send a donation in any amount -- small or large -- to me via Paypal. Thank you!

As of the time of this post $35 dollars have been donated. That's 1% of our goal and over 4% of the way to the first drawing trigger point of $750 dollars..

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