Warrior, Rogue & Mage Revised Edition finally available at DriveThruRPG

WRM cover Just a few minutes ago I uploaded the revised Edition of WR&M to DriveThruRPG. There you can download it for free! I will make it available on other sites as well when I come back from GenCon. I will definitely be looking into releasing a print-on-demand version on Lulu. So if everything works as planned, you’ll be able to order your own print copy of WR&M before the end of this year.

If you like the game, please write about it on your blog, post in your favorite forum or write a review on DriveThruRPG. Please help to spread the word!

Now that the deed is finally done, I can relax and think about my next project. I’ll probably release a couple of supplements for WR&M before I start to work on a SF version of this game. So stay tuned!

8 thoughts on “Warrior, Rogue & Mage Revised Edition finally available at DriveThruRPG”

  1. Cant wait to see the review, Bridget! I'm actually thinking of reviewing it myself, more in-depth than the blurb I put up over at Polyhedral Dreams. I can do that since I just messed around with the text. 😉 Michael was the creative force; it's definitely his game!

  2. I downloaded this earlier today and actually got to play a quick one-shot with my group since we were taking a break from our main Pathfinder campaign and I've just got one thing to say about this game.


    The game was a blast to play and everyone picked up on the rules really quickly. It was also very easy to adapt a pre-published adventure for the game (it was the adventure published in the back of the Dungeonslayers game actually) and I really can't wait to play more of it once my other campaign is over.

    I also wrote a review for both DriveThruRPG and my own blog. Just thought I'd let you know you have made a really great game and I can't wait to see more.

  3. Just curious: why are there two PDFs when you place your order? I downloaded both and they both seem the same. One PDF's file name ends with "PF" and one is slightly larger than the other when it comes to megabytes. Is there a difference? Thanks!

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