[PnP] Sans Perilous Lands: PnP in the Trollkinian lands

Monster Jam unlv_runnin_rebels at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 24 03:31:26 CET 2011

I have run P&P/D&D games in various formats:

Used Powers & Perils (P&P) rules without Perilous Lands supplement. If I am not 
mistaken, Perilous Lands was not available when P&P was initially released, so 
no one could have initially used Perilous Lands with P&P rules. I have run P&P 
in both home-brewed worlds and D&D worlds.

Used D&D rules with Perilous Lands supplement.

There are a great many things to love about P&P and the setting.

----- Original Message ----
From: Panthera Altaica <draltaica at yahoo.com>
To: pnp at abroere.xs4all.nl
Sent: Wed, February 23, 2011 7:36:10 AM
Subject: [PnP] Sans Perilous Lands: PnP in the Trollkinian lands

I wonder how many others used the PnP rules without the Perilous Lands 
suppliment?  I used PnP for DnD settings myself as only hand the Powers & Perils 
box set as a kid and thou I hated the DnD rule system for a Roleplaying(thou 
AD&D2ed is still my favorit Fantasy wargaming rule system :P ) I do like most of 
their campaign setting.

What I like best about PNP is that each alienmnt has it's own idea about what is 
good and what is evil.

Anyway for anyone that is interested in a making a PnP treatment for the 
Trollkinian Lands as I link to call The-Estate-That-Must-Not-Be-Named as they 
like sue anyone that even mentions THIER property.

_The_Last_Ringbearer_ is apocryphal treatment of the Lord of the Rings.


No one sheds a tear over Mordor's downfall, although the hobbit Sam Gamgee does 
spare a moment to wonder if a dead enemy soldier is truly evil or has simply 
been misguided or coerced into serving the dark lord Sauron.

Well, there's two sides to every story, or to quote a less banal maxim, history 
is written by the winners. That's the philosophy behind "The Last Ringbearer," a 
novel set during and after the end of the War of the Ring (the climactic battle 
at the end of "The Lord of the Rings") and told from the point of view of the 
losers. The novel was written by Kirill Yeskov, a Russian paleontologist, and 
published to acclaim in his homeland in 1999. Translations of the book have also 
appeared in other European nations, but fear of the vigilant and litigious 
Tolkien estate has heretofore prevented its publication in English.

That changed late last year when one Yisroel Markov posted his English 
translation of "The Last Ringbearer" as a free download. 

Dr. Panthera Tigris Altaica


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