Yes, I might just have dice older than you. That doesn’t make me wistful, just a hoarder.
So, if I’ve got it right, “OSR” can stand for a lot of stuff. “Old School Revival” or “Old School Roleplaying,” indicating these folks who pretty much just want to hit it and level up1)Insert Obligatory Anita Blake joke here.
. I don’t mean to sound facetious, because that’s a lot of what my kids like in our home game, too… I don’t let them have that unless they talk to people first. (And no, my son has to be a Paladin until he understands that TPKs started by a PC are only cool when everyone’s agreed. We’ve got some rules around here.)
Yes, yes, I understand that there is a feel of it that may be saturated with nostalgia. I see it as trying to link to the feeling of a group where everyone understands the rules, is ready to mince the fine details in fun, and we’re likely going to go kick some monster butt.
References [ + ]
|1.||↑||Insert Obligatory Anita Blake joke here.|