Barocco Archive

  • Pergamino Barocco (OSR/system agnostic) This booklet clocks in at 24 pages of content, once you take away the editorial, front and back cover, etc. This review is based on the print-version (digest-sized, A5/6’’ by 9’’), on the economy-version of the booklet, to be precise – I do not own the original leporello version.   Okay, so, what is this? Well, if you’ve spent any amount of time with real life occult and/or magical traditions, you’ll quickly realize something: Spellcasting in any version of D&D or d20 and all derivatives is significantly different from what you’d consider to be magic(k)al practices in our world. Magic in traditional texts not only has a vast, philosophical background, it also feels different – it’s […]

    Pergamino Barocco (OSR/system agnostic)

    Pergamino Barocco (OSR/system agnostic) This booklet clocks in at 24 pages of content, once you take away the editorial, front and back cover, etc. This review is based on the print-version (digest-sized, A5/6’’ by 9’’), on the economy-version of the booklet, to be precise – I do not own the original leporello version.   Okay, so, what is this? Well, if you’ve spent any amount of time with real life occult and/or magical traditions, you’ll quickly realize something: Spellcasting in any version of D&D or d20 and all derivatives is significantly different from what you’d consider to be magic(k)al practices in our world. Magic in traditional texts not only has a vast, philosophical background, it also feels different – it’s […]

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