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Recent content by Dour-n-Taciturn

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    MERP to d20 Conversion - House Rules update

    Refresh and refinement.
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    MERP to d20 Conversion - Updates

    House Rules and Character Sheet.
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    MERP to d20 Conversion - Rules

    2 rules files updated
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    MERP to d20 Conversion - Updated downloads

    5 updated files
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    MERP to d20 Conversion - New Files

    Uploaded new files for House Rules, Character Sheet, and Musings on Middle Earth.
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    Looking for this overlords

    Is there a way to find this or related links? http://www.enworld.org/forum/rpgdownloads.php?do=download&downloadid=1284
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    files removed?

    Morrus, welcome back! How do I find my downloads?
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    MERP to d20 Conversion 11-24-2020

    This "work" is not original, based mostly on source material from Middle Earth Roleplaying (I.C.E.) using d20 System rules (including Dungeons & Dragons 3rd/4th Edition), and serves as an extremely condensed set of house rules. The aim was to preserve the flavor of MERP using flexible skill...
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    files removed?

    Attention EN World overlord. Some files I had uploaded to the Downloads Section under Miscellany regarding a conversion house rule set of 4 have been removed. Is there some violation?
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    Middle Earth (MERP) d20 House Rules 1

    This "work" is not an original, being based on MERP and Spell Law sources, and using D&D 4th Ed (including a touch of 3rd/d20) mechanics which combine flexible skill development with a class-based system. Rules derivations are numerous and tedious...
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    MERP to D20 conversion

    I posted this a few months ago, but I haven't had a chance to really playtest it. The rules are based on D&D 3rd and 4th Edition with a mix of house rules and charts derived/modified from MERP and Spell Law sources. If anyone is interested in having a crack at it, let me know what you think...