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The exciting new adventure from the author of Rappan Athuk, Crucible of Freya, Tomb of Abysthor, and The Tome of Horrors.
526 backers pledged $104,116 to help bring this project to life.

Free is Very Good

Posted by Frog God Games (Creator)
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Congratulations everyone! Because you cared enough to pledge to us in support of this Kickstarter, we care enough to pledge to you to support your S&W games! We're giving the Swords & Wizardry Complete .pdf away for free, for life!

Thank you to everyone for making this happen! let's keep pushing on!

Skeeter, Matt, Bill, Chuck, Greg, Chris

Lesser Gnome, Nicholas Lim, and 8 more people like this update.

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    1. Shadow Demon on

      The free S&W Complete pdf is available at FGG website at the link:
      http://froggodgames.org/swords-wizardry-complete-rulebook

      Select PDF Download from the drop menu and have at it.

    2. Skeeter Green on

      John-as soon as we can it it changed, its going to go for free. We just have to make the rounds..

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      John "johnkzin" Rudd
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      On DriveThru it's still $10. They should change it to DriveThru's "pay what you want" system (so people can donate if they want, or have it for free, their choice).

    4. Nick J. on

      Very nice. I'm glad I bought the dead tree version and the pdf, but I'm also happy that any new players can get it and hopefully expand the pool of people who get into it.

    5. Shadow Demon on

      I always leave a copy of S&W Complete in my Dropbox; for those who don't have it, please feel free to download from the following link:

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/17055883/S%26W%20Complete.pdf

    6. Nicholas Lim on

      Er...free? I have the dead tree version but an additional PDF version will be handy. Where to get it?

    7. Grison on

      Hooray!! As someone who bought this just a few weeks ago, I still think it's a great move! Any chance you'll be releasing an RTF or Word version (perhaps without art) for ease of home-brewing?