It's not a PDF, I just wrote it. You should certainly be able to copy it, though.
Use it freely, as long as you attribute it.
I've already printed it out and made it required reading for my players. The whole thing, author's credit included. They absolutely love it. Really puts a good perspective on the game and how it's best played
I had the same experience after sending it to my Arduin 2 group :-)
I didn't even realize it was smallcaps! Yuck indeed. Ok, so I had to ditch the fancy template and instead went to something more OD&D-like. So here are single-column, two-page versions in 12pt font. I made a version in a knockoff futura and one in courier:
I ran a session of od&d at Garycon this year. The party found out about a demon. One of the players kept asking “but what kind of demon is he?” “Excuse me?” I replied. “What kind of demon is he? What Class of demon is he?” ... “He’s a demon” I said. ... “But is he a type 3 Demon, a class 4 demon? What kind of demon”...finally I said this: “He’s the kind of demon that will pick you up with both hands, play your body like a freakin’ accordion until your bones pop out, stick a straw down your throat and slurp up all your blood before casually chucking your cadaver into the bowels of the Abyss. That’s what kind of demon he is.”
The party really got a kick out of that one, heh.
Last Edit: May 22, 2019 20:21:28 GMT -6 by dicebro