Mythic GME add-onsMCSV - my simplification of the Mythic Fate Chart.
New Event Meaning (Action & Subject) tables based on word frequency in classic novels. Choose from:
Matthew Lewis' The Monk
John Cleland's Fanny Hill
Mystery RulesA system for preserving player surprise in mystery & horror games.
New magic rules for Early Modern games.
Treasure Type / Hoard Class conversions from B/X D&D and Labyrinth Lord
Party character sheetsI made the first one of these so I could easily run a whole party of AD&D PCs solitaire from a single sheet of paper. I also started using them when running social games to keep track of NPCs. When I ran a game of 3rd edition D&D, I cut them all into cards. The players all got one too (they didn't fill them in, just put down their PC's name). For combat, the players wrote their PCs initiative down on the back, as I did for the monsters, and then all the cards were stacked in order and actions proceeded as I turned over each card. Spell durations were written on the cards as boxes, and ticked off each time they came up.
I'm sure you can think of other uses, so I've left them all as word documents in case you want to change anything. Here is a filled-in example showing how I use them in play (and how the white space gets filled up with skills and spells).
B/X - Labyrinth Lord 8 PCs
LotFP 6 PCs and a separate Equipment & Encumbrance tracker
LotFP 8 PCs with separate Equipment & Encumbrance tracker
Into the Odd 12 PCs! (to save you the trouble of typing, I guess)
d6 Star Wars 6 PCs
Tunnels & Trolls 5th ed. 4 PCs
And some for the francophones:
Épées & sorcellerie 6 PJs
Épées & sorcellerie 8 PJs
Épées & sorcellerie 6 PJs et fiche d'aventure pour Catacombes de la ville morte
Tunnels & Trolls 8ème éd. 4 PJs