BLUEHOLME™ Prentice Rules is a table top fantasy roleplaying game that emulates the game play of the original basic rule book, popularly known as the Holmes Edition or simply the Blue Book. The rules in this book allow for characters of 1st to 3rd levels, and include everything the referee could possibly need to create and run a campaign in the Underworld: monsters, magic, treasure, and … well, what more do you need? GET IT HERE
The BLUEHOLME™ Journeymanne Rules are a table top fantasy roleplaying game which emulates the game play of the original basic rule book, popularly known as the Holmes Edition or simply the Blue Book. Unlike those basic rules, however, this book allows for characters of 1st to 20th levels, and include everything the referee could possibly need to create and run a campaign in the Underworld, the Wilderness, or the Realm: monsters, magic, treasure, and … well, what more do you need? BLUEHOLME™ Journeymanne Rules are fully compatible with the BLUEHOLME™ Prentice Rules, and can be used with most old-school adventure modules. GET IT HERE
The Necropolis of Nuromen is a modular quest designed to let the referee introduce a group of 1st level characters to the thrills of Underworld exploration as they attempt to unravel they secrets of the evil necromancer’s lair and deal with some bandits, too. GET IT HERE
BLUEHOLME™ Character Records are fully-illustrated character sheets specifically designed for the BLUEHOLME™ game. Whether you're using the Prentice Rules or the Journeymanne Rules, the BLUEHOLME™ Character Records provide a space for all the information your character needs in a beautiful format thanks to the art of James V. West. This basic set contains six unique sheets: a generic sheet usable for any class, a specialised sheet each for clerics, fighters, magic-users, and thieves, and a sheet for that most popular of multi-classes, the fighting mage. GET IT HERE.
If you know about The White Hack, The Red Hack, and The Black Hack, you know where this is headed. BLUEHACK™ is a traditional tabletop role-playing game, played with paper, pencils and dice – it uses the Holmes Basic edition of that Original 1970s Fantasy Roleplaying Game as an inspiration, but it aims to create a distinct, streamlined flavour all of its own. GET IT HERE.