the-ruins-of-ramat-2Brave Halfling Publishing embraces old-school-style RPGs in format as well as content. The company’s latest offering, The Ruins of Ramat, is a basic dungeon-crawl adventure that prints up looking like those little white book precursers to D&D. Its premise is simple enough. Just outside of town, Witch Hill contains the ruined secret training complex for a religious order destroyed by internal conflict. When the monsters within attack a little girl from the village, our party of brave adventurers goes to investigate.

While we’re at it, Brave Halfling also has two of its OSRIC products for sale at 50 percent off—The Forgotten Temple of Baazebul, a cross-planar dungeon crawl for high-level adventurers, and Breaking and Entering, an optional rules expansion for thieves.