Anyway, it seems like Wizards of the Coast finally remembered they actually owned Star Frontiers and they have started to put it up. Also should have a couple reviews up soon.
SC1 Wondrous Adventures - Has 4 adventures previously published separately from Starry Knight games. I never bought any 'cause of their high price, this volume, 66 pages at $25.49 doesn't convince, either. I might that pay that much for Advanced Adventures from XRP, but that has a long pedigree.
B/X Essentials: Classes and Equipment - A more strict/faithful retroclone of er, B/X. 44 pages, $4.99
B/X Essentials: Classes and Equipment: Plain Text Edition - As above, but with no art and free
Castle Oldskull Treasure Tables - Random gibberish in table form, this time for magic items. $4.99 and 767 pages of very large text.
Seven Voyages of Zylarthen Supplement 1: Book of Spells - Seven Voyages of Zylarthen is an original edition re-imaging (named for the sample character and mostly notable for ditching clerics) and this adds more spells. $6.95, 64 pages
Seven Voyages of Zylarthen Supplement 2: Book of Monsters - Mo' monsters for said game. 64 pages, $6.95
White Box: Fantastic Medieval Adventures Game (B&W) - This is actually just a print version of an older game that is free in PDF form
Friday Freebie Enhanced Map 11-24-17 - Looks like an underground temple for cricket players. $1 for enhanced version.
RPGPundit Presents #9: The Book of the Art of Hours - I guess another medieval inspired thing from the Pundit, this time dealing with a saint or something. $1.99 and 9 pages
Seven Years of Fantasy Weather: Vol 1: Medieval England - I guess good if your campaign is actually set in Medieval England. 96 pages, $7
The Illustrated Usherwood Adventures Vol 1 - Usherwood Adventures is a setting/sourcebook for OSRIC/1e similar to the Dragonlance or Greyhawk ones, some new rules/classes and a smattering of setting. This though takes the art from that and turns them into a coloring book? Shrug. $5
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