Sorcerer: Blood Simple

I posted some info on a noir Sorcerer setting, Blood Simple over at RPGtalk.

I wasn’t sure if it was kosher to post the font among the files but I wrote on the file notes which font I prefer to give it that typewriter vibe.

Anyway, if you have any comments or thoughts on it, lemme know.

 

Years later edit: Here is a link to the PDF.

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7 thoughts on “Sorcerer: Blood Simple

  1. This is a big reason to make PDF files; it keeps things like fonts intact for presentation, regardless of whether or not the end-user has them. The Adobe website allows you to do 5 free online conversions as a free trial, or you can acquire (by whatever means seem prudent to you) a full copy of Acrobat. If you’re into producing your own gaming materials, getting a copy of it is a pretty sound choice, as it’s remarkably handy to have. Even if you prepare the documents in something else (Word, Publisher, Quark, whatever), Acrobat really excels for distribution to the end-user.

    Also, my continued use of “end-user” betrays a computer software background.

      • No need. I went ahead and did it for you, and took the liberty of correcting a couple typos when I did so. For what it’s worth, the font you used was called “Typical Writer”, not “True Type” (which is just a font format) as listed on the above-linked page; it’s a nonstandard font that most folks probably don’t have, but I tracked it down. Anyway, you can grab the PDF version here. Least I could do for a fellow who puts so much effort into the hobby.

      • No need. I went ahead and did it for you, and took the liberty of correcting a couple typos when I did so. For what it’s worth, the font you used was called “Typical Writer”, not “True Type” (which is just a font format) as listed on the above-linked page; it’s a nonstandard font that most folks probably don’t have, but I tracked it down. Anyway, you can grab the PDF version here. Least I could do for a fellow who puts so much effort into the hobby.

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